Train Sim World

Rush Hour Announced!

Rush Hour is coming to Train Sim World 2 this Summer, find out about the routes included.
As platforms fill with passengers and rail traffic increases to meet the growing demand, rush hour begins. Take control of packed trains and navigate the busy network, constantly being checked by signals as you wind your way through station after station - Fighting to keep to time and avoid costly delays. Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour is the ultimate test of nerve and skill.

New Rush Hour Passengers

Rush Hour brings a brand-new passenger system to Train Sim World 2. As you drive from station-to-station on Rush Hour routes you will see a greater variety in passengers and higher passenger volumes at peak times. All recreating the hustle and bustle of rush hour on three busy routes.

Three New Routes To Explore

Take on the busiest rail line in the US with the famed Northeast Corridor: Boston – Providence on Amtrak's ACS-64 ‘City Sprinter’ and MBTA's F40PH-3. Navigate the hectic Brighton Main Line: London Victoria – Brighton, with Southern's BR Class 377/4 and Gatwick Express BR Class 387. Master Regional, Express, S-Bahn or Inter-City Express services on Bahnstrecke Riesa – Dresden with locomotives like the iconic DB BR 442 'Talent 2'.

Arriving On New Platforms

Train Sim World 2 will be upgraded to Unreal Engine 4.26 along with new features focused on immersion and released on next generation for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Playing on these new consoles gives the advantage of faster load times, higher frame rate and improved visuals resulting in a smooth gameplay experience. The Train Sim World 2 update and next generation versions will be released alongside Rush Hour.
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