Welcome to the OmsiWorld FAQ. These questions have been asked by our users from OmsiUK and we're also going to answer questions we think you might have. If you have a question not answered here,
don't hesitate to contact us.
- Why does this website exist?
- What is included with the downloads?
- Why isn't "X" available on the site?
- You're hosting my mod, will you remove it?
- How do I contact the site admin?
Why does this website exist? OmsiWorld was created to provide a safe and simple place to find mods for OMSI 2. While there are many sites that do the same, they often link to external sources for their downloads and while
the downloads themselves are not harmful, the sites they are hosted on may be. There's also the issue of missing files and broken mods. We aim to never upload a broken mod to our site, as we always
test the mods before adding them to the site.
Another reason is to ensure the OMSI community does not lose mods due to file hosts shutting down or links becoming inactive. We host all of the content on our own servers.
What is included with the downloads? Where possible, we include every file needed to play the mod and in the correct folders. That means you can simply copy over the files to your OMSI installation and the mod should work correctly
first try. We don't include executable files or files that modify your base installation, unless we explicitly state that and the purpose of the download is to do that.
Why isn't "X" available on the site? If you're looking for a bus or a map, let us know! Some maps/buses are difficult to track down, if you have a link to the files or even the files themselves,
let us know and we'll do our best to add it to the site.
You're hosting my mod, will you remove it? In very rare cases we may remove mods from the site. OmsiWorld has been created specifically to reupload mods in an effort to archive them and prevent them from ever being lost again.
We don't claim credit for the mods nor do we monetize our site in any way. Too many mods have been lost over the years to file server issues. We understand creating mods is hard work, and
we always respect authors and content creators, but we also have to think about the preservation of mods for the whole OMSI community. We aim respond to emails as soon as possible. Please email [email protected].