If you’re from DTG or Rivet, please read this post for a constructive and detailed bug and suggestion list! Tagging Jasper_Rivet and DTG Matt. Just got the route with the PS5 Store discount and thought I’d share my thoughts here! I’ve got to say, I’m very impressed. The route is not perfect, but it’s definitely much better than I expected. The positives: The timetable felt really busy despite only one train being featured. At all the stations I spawned at on foot, the platform displays were filled with incoming trains. I’m currently sitting at Glasgow Queen Street, while writing this, and trains are constantly arriving/departing. The narrow and distant scenery are above average, the stations are stunning with the detailed textures and interiors. I especially loved the huge display “walls” at the terminus stations, just like in real life. Wish DTG did that as well! The voice announcements inside the 385 are actually tons of fun to use. It really feels like you’re not just in charge of riding the train, but of the whole “service” overall if you get what I mean. Performance was fine, no big stutters. I did not have any problems with the 385’s TMS or cameras, in fact I loved the black/white screen filter on one of the forward cams. The in-cab sounds also seemed fine, no matter the arrangement of the internal door panels inside the cab. The brakes seemed balanced, not as strong as community feedback made me expect them to be. The negatives (roughly sorted by severity/importance): The is no rain buildup on the cab window once you’ve wiped away the rain with the wiper once. There don’t seem to be any end destination audio announcements for the services to Dunblane. The lady just said “this train is going to Edinburg Waverley” instead, even though I was in fact driving away from that station. I guess these were simply just not recorded in the first place. But in the event they were indeed recorded, please implement the audio! PIS seems to be hit or miss with the AI trains. It’s also notoriously difficult to select a destination yourself with the two little arrows, because you can’t see which destination you’ve currently selected at the same time (at least on console). The neutral zones seem to be quite inconsistent. I did not notice any abnormal behavior a few times near Edinburgh, but then got a heavy brake application near Falkirk High. There sometimes seems to be a temporary (half a minute or so) high-pitched whistling sound which gets quite obnoxious. I noticed this while in the external cam, far away from my train while driving, and standing at Polmont station while a train was driving away. Not noticing any issues at Glasgow Queen Street now, so seems to be really random. At the terminus stations, the AI train doors are closed almost 99% of the time they’re stationary there. Shouldn’t the doors be opened once arriving and then only close when the next service gets moving? There are multiple green signal bell buttons throughout the 385. All of them work correctly, except for the one directly to the left of the driver’s seat, near the door release buttons. It can’t be spammed and often stops making any signal beeps at all. There is still a “neon” blue effect/transition when entering/exiting some of the tunnels along the route. When you’re trying to open the blinds back up on the driver’s window, you need to move the cursor towards the top of the window for the option to appear. Normally in TSW, the option to open/close the blinds appears wherever the “handle” of the blind currently is. At the rear end of the Class 385 trains in timetable mode, the “gangway” is completely open and accessible, and passengers are theoretically only hindered from jumping down onto the rails by the yellow middle door. Surely the door separating the gangway and cab area from the passenger cabin should also be closed by default? There is a blue rectangular box near the end of the rails between platforms 4 and 5 at Glasgow Queen Street, which can only be seen when approaching from the north. It suddenly disappears as soon as you’re south of the box. Very interesting, probably just a tick box that wasn’t ticked somewhere. There is no route introduction, and the Class 385 training module is not visible when trying to access it from the main menu via Choose Route -> Edinburgh-Glasgow (via journey mode or selecting the Training Center route still works). Surely a route introduction exists (like for all TSW routes), it just isn’t being displayed to the player. The reading light in the 385’s cab doesn’t work, can’t even be pressed. Very unusual for TSW, is this intended? Small suggestions/wishes: The southern end of Glasgow Queen Street (including the gorgeous window, fully modeled travel shop, information screens etc.) is not accessible. It’s fully modeled, so why not open one of the ticket barriers and let us explore? Stark contrast to Edinburgh Waverly, which is freely explorable (although the invisible walls blocking us from walking to the eastern half of the station could be removed as well!). At Glasgow Queen Street, the little hall towards platforms 8 & 9 (at the west side of the station) could be opened up to us players as well, obviously keeping invisible walls at the stairs to the underground platforms that aren’t modeled. There is a heritage steam railway platform next to the mainline near Linlithgow. It’s even marked as a platform on the in-game map, but we can’t spawn there. Why not add a spawn point and put a stationary steam loco with a few wagons there? Would be incredibly easy to add but significantly increase the authenticity! I will add to the list over time if I find new things, and I encourage you to add your observations (positive and negative) as well!