Railroads Online Update Patch Notes (build 211220) – Dec 20, 2021

Railroads Online update 211220 released on PC(Steam). According to the official Railroads Online patch notes, the latest update increased spawn time, added cobblestone texture, and various quality of life improvements.

Since the last patch, players are experiencing problems with the game. Today’s Railroads Online patch 211220 will fix a few of these issues.

Check out more details below.

Railroads Online Patch Notes – December 20, 2021


-increased spawn time for oil barrels to 3s

-added cobblestone texture at smelter cordwood unloading platform

-fixed frozen crane animation for client

-set heisler mass to 32800kg

-set heisler top speed to 7 m/s

-set climax mass to 28300kg

-set climax top speed to 5 m/s

-changed eureka brake lever rotation

-adjusted climax cylinder animation speed and sound

-corrected porter 040 physics update rate

-disabled location smoothing for client cars

-increased freight car unloader interaction distance to 300cm, adjusted replication distance

-added fine adjustment for brakes

-added wake up call routine for frozen client cars

-added reset coupler function: when a car derails, the broken coupler is reset to empty on server and client; when the re-rail tool is used on a car both couplers are reset to empty on server and client

-added firebox element to locos: Click RMB on the firebox element while holding a piece of firewood to add fuel: readouts for fill rate and fire temperature

-changed fuel game mechanic: You can only fuel a boiler by using the firebox element

-added Z-randomization when finishing grade or wall splines: +/- 2cm for all points between the first and the last point, this will remove z-fighting of level groundwork

-added white lantern color option

-added engine sheds

-added bobber caboose

-added snow: trees, landscape, rails, switches, fills, walls, particles

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