The Citybus O305G allows you to take a journey through time. The Citybus O305G as a pure vehicle add-on aims to build a virtual monument for the articulated pusher busses of the first generation and sends you right back in the early 1980s.
OMSI 2 premiere – Get on rails in the popular bus simulation at the Ruhr district for the first time. 15 tram stops (two of those subway stops) through challenging alleys from Essen to the broader streets of Gelsenkirchen.
There´s hardly any other vehicle which has characterized the German cityscape as much as the “Lion´s City” series by MAN. Players can now enjoy the low-floor bus on their PC. The add-on MAN Citybus Series for OMSI 2 contains the “Überlandwagen” A20, the solo vehicle A21, the articulated A223 and the 15 meter long version of the A26.
Variety is the spice of life. And the OMSI 2 Add-On- Rheinhausen is certainly jam-packed with variety. As well as the challenges of driving a bus in urban traffic, virtual bus drivers also have tempting opportunities to manoeuvre a large vehicle safely through traffic on interurban routes.
The omnibus simulator captures the famous holiday island! With the OMSI 2 Add-on Mallorca the player can experience the popular beach region on the Balearic Islands along the Platja de Palma cities Palma, Can Pastilla, El Molinar S’Arenal.
A total of nine vehicles ranging from refuse collection trucks to multifunctional light trucks are ready to roll onto the streets. Each boasts different repaints, and some also have their own animations (flashing warning lights or rotating brushes) and their own special sounds.
OMSI 2 Download Pack Vol. 3 contains people with 5 different body types and a large range of different characteristics and clothing styles. You will meet people with and without spectacles, beards or jackets and see them attired in dresses and skirts or in trousers.
On the road again in the Hanseatic city! With two modern hybrid buses, the OMSI 2 add-on “HafenCity – Hamburg modern” takes you along two new lines through the “Speicherstadt” (warehouse district) and “HafenCity” (HarbourCity).
You can experience Germany’s largest metropolitan area on more than 800 km of drivable route, more than 50 bus lines in 15 Ruhr cities and along 2,000 custom buildings and objects as well as on a fully drivable motorway. Original VRR schedule data for many lines add the final touch of realism.