United Kingdom based Dovetail Games released the Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour Season Ticket for the realistic train simulator. The new season ticket includes the London Commuter alongside Boston Sprinter and Nahverkehr Dresden both of which are out now.
From Victoria Station to Brighton the Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour – London Commuter challenges train operators to overcome the demanding busy schedule of this route. As one of the UK’s most demanding routes players and passengers get to experience an authentic recreation of the modern locomotives use on this route.
Dating back to the 1840’s this route passes through places like Clapham Junction and East Croydon. The Brighton Main Line is a major trunk route in the South of England. In addition the line passes Gatwick Airport, a key hub that includes its own express services running throughout the day.
London Commuter is one of the most challenging routes we’ve created for Train Sim World 2. With more services and gameplay to enjoy than any other route built for the simulation so far, we’re looking forward to seeing players take control of the complex timetable in this new Rush Hour experience.Jon Rissik,CEO, Dovetail Games
Rush Hour: London Commuter, similar to both the Boston Sprinter and Nahverkehr Dresden DLC, is also available as a separate DLC on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The Train Sim World: Rush Hour Season Ticket contains all three DLC at a heavy discount and is available on Steam, Epic Games Store and on the various available console stores.
Train Sim World 2 is available on Windows PC through Steam for $29.99 USD. The game is also available on the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and PS5 consoles. The Train Sim World 2 Cane Creek: Thompson – Potash Route DLC is available for $29.99 USD. More information about the game can found at trainsimworld.com or by following @trainsimworld on Twitter.
Dovetail Games (@dovetailgames Twitter) is a United Kingdom based developer and publisher of train, flight and fishing simulation games. Previously under the banner of RailSimulator.com Ltd the 2009 founded company became Dovetail Games in 2013 and now develops games for PC and leading consoles. The developer’s portfolio includes the Train Sim World franchise, Train Simulator franchise, Euro Fishing, and The Catch: Carp & Coarse Fishing.