What are your guys thoughts on the potential/option of seeing unbranded trains and rolling stock in TSW? Personally, I’m all for it. I believe that if DTG and other developers can get away with recreating a very similar livery to the proper, real life one (minus the logos and branding of course) then it’d open a library of different looking liveries on rolling stock, as well as being to develop the actual trains. With obtaining the proper licensing, this is obviously a lengthy and complex process and I believe this limits potential development of trains for TSW quite dramatically, which in term limits the available choice of rolling stock available for us players to buy. This is already pretty much seen as there is still a substantial amount of liveries and rolling stock missing from TSW. Yes, there is livery designer, but let’s be honest. The way it is now is that it is very limited in terms of what you can do with it, as well as how you can distribute it in terms of applying different variants to certain locos/rolling stock. Such as a specific livery for one certain loco, for example. What other companies and developers do is they provide a very similar livery, if not the same one, to their assets (minus the branding) and then the developer and or/community create a branding patch after (sorry console players) This is often seen in Train Sim Classic as well as OMSI Bus Simulator. As long as everything else is still accurate, such as the physics, sounds, timetable etc, then I think I’d prefer a larger variety of train and route DLCs to with it being in a semi-fictional livery vs only having a very small library where everything is perfectly real life looking* *even now DTG do not provide variants with their official liveries.