[UKDT] London Citybus 400R

Buses [UKDT] London Citybus 400R 1.4d

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whistlehead

Alias Mr Hackenbacker
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Dec 10, 2015
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Introducing the London C400R!

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This bus is a special present to say thank you to everyone waiting for London's release after the recent hardware failure, and preview the quality of the five new buses to come with London itself.

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We've worked hard on the bus to make it as enjoyable as possible, featuring a high quality model, custom sounds, fully functional kneeling and suspension levelling systems and more! We've also included a series of repaints, and a set of templates for you to use if you can't find your favourite.

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We hope you enjoy!
- The Citybus 400 team

Readme (including full credits): https://1drv.ms/b/s!AiGYpVkasFqymqhr7xPG5ujuUcSoKA

EDIT (Road-hog123): There are still a few bugs I/we would like to see fixed, so there's likely to be another patch released in a short while. :)
 
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Dayl97

New Member
Oct 21, 2016
40
Once installed do you place into the Steam folder or OMSI folder as i dont think i have an OMSi folder as ive got the steam edtion
 

Road-hog123

An Orange Bus
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UKDT
Dec 10, 2015
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Once installed do you place into the Steam folder or OMSI folder as i dont think i have an OMSi folder as ive got the steam edtion
By default the Steam version installs to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\OMSI 2\" on 64-bit Windows systems or "C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\OMSI 2\" on 32-bit Windows systems. The contents of the included Omsi 2 folder go into it that Omsi folder.
 

Jason

The Audi Veg
May 19, 2016
307
Amazing work guys, thanks for sharing this wonderful piece of craftsmanship! I really look forward to driving this! :D
 

Lukeo

Well-Known Member
Jun 4, 2016
243
Just one question, is it possible to hide the steering wheel? Can't comment on anything else yet.
 

Rhys

Veteran Member
Mar 20, 2016
1,426
Just one question, is it possible to hide the steering wheel? Can't comment on anything else yet.
Nope, as the dashboard is adjustable, click the dead button behind the steering wheel, and drag your mouse up and down on the coloumn :)
 

JoeMaynard

New Member
Oct 24, 2016
40
Hey guys, I'm fairly new to OMSI so bear with me. I'm downloading the bus now, but I'm wondering where I can use it? Obviously I need a map with left hand drive, are there any recommended ones I should use for now until London is released?
 
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Lukeo

Well-Known Member
Jun 4, 2016
243
Nope, as the dashboard is adjustable, click the dead button behind the steering wheel, and drag your mouse up and down on the coloumn :)
Ah I see. I always hide the steering wheel because I use keyboard to control it so it goes crazy on-screen, so it's just a shame it can't be hidden! Seems like a solid bus otherwise.
 
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