Choo choo motherf******s, Train Sim World 2020 announced!

Trains are the future as Train Sim World 2020 is coming to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on August 15th this year. The game gives you the chance to inconvenience thousands of passengers by refusing to drive the trains due to snow, leaves on the line, or just because all your staff have called in sick (which seems to be a very regular occurrence when ever I try and get a train).

Check out these beauties!


“Train Sim World is a First-Person Train Simulator that brings to life the experience of operating powerful and realistic trains on authentic real world railways,y” say Dovetail games. “Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned expert, Train Sim World caters for all abilities.”

If that hasn’t got you salivating how about these new features!

New features coming as part of a free update include a new Journey system that blends together more than 24 hours of gameplay on each route, improved tutorials that teach you how to master the rails, Action Point scoring that rewards accuracy, post-scenario performance analysis, custom dioramas and more.

Train Sim World 2020 will also include a new collection of routes – either as a way for new players to dive right in, or existing players to expand their collection for a discounted price. From the busy commuter experience of Long Island to a nostalgic industrial route through the Pennines and the steep inclines of Main-Spessart Bahn – there’s more to do than ever before!

There will also be a brand new USA west coast route which will launch on August 15th that you can buy as separate DLC or it comes as part of the Digital Deluxe Edition. That special edition also includes the exclusive CSX GP40-2 bonus loco.

“Running on CSX Heavy Haul and Northeast Corridor New York the GP40-2 includes an additional three challenging scenarios, 20+ services to control and an interactive tutorial for Sand Patch Grade,” say Dovetail.

Source: Press release / YouTube

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  1. I played the TSW demo/beta and thought it was a lot better than Train Sim 2018/19 (or whatever they call it now) but I decided not to get it as the add-ons for the previous game will work with the new one.

  2. TSW is a big improvement over the TS series, but it’s so annoying that each ‘expansion’ is priced as a full regular game, and as soon as it’s released, they dump it and move onto the next expansion, leaving plenty of bugs and in reality, very little content.
    Oh, and we’re still waiting for the multiplayer and editor that was promised years ago!

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