The wait is almost over for those RCT fans waiting for a realistic coaster simulator. No Limits 2, scheduled for release this month, will come packed with new features including 4D, dive machine and laydown coaster models. The original No Limits simulator was released in 2001. The sequel program has been in development for a number of years. The standard license of the simulator will cost $45.99, while the professional license which has more advanced features will cost $99.99. NoLimits recently released this video of the powerful editor.
Also in the video you can see the new Timberliner wooden coaster trains. Stay tuned for our full review once the program is made available.