Does anyone else get the impression DTG are increasing the development resources of Train Simulator 20xx because we're about to see the demise of TSW? Firstly we had Flight Sim World. Despite the game having bugs and missing features, DTG said everything was going well and they kept churning out DLC. Then out of the blue it was annouced that FSW was cancelled. Secondly we had Euro Fishing. Once again, despite the game's bugs and missing features, DTG said everything was going well and they kept pushing out the DLC. Then Fishing Sim World was announced, but still DTG kept promoting the DLC for Euro Fishing. Then out of the blue it was annouced that development of Euro Fishing would cease, despite the many bugs that remain unfixed. Then we have Train Sim World. And again, despite the game's unfixed bugs and missing features, DTG say everything is going great and they keep churning out the DLC. DTG have now annouced that TS2019 will be a 'dawn of a new era' and they are making a major update to the game engine, this is after a few years with only minor updates (menu changes etc). Shouldn't TSW be the 'new era?' I want to be excited about TSW, but I get the feeling it's going to go the way of Flight Sim World and Euro Fishing. We've heard nothing of the tools aside from 'they're coming.' There are bugs and missing features from previous DLC, one of which is PZB on RT, which DTG say 'we don't have the time to fix.' Then there's SimuGraph, which DTG say allows them to accurately model locomotive systems and associated physics, yet the physics are inaccurate (by DTG's own admission) and the physics updates to past DLC is taking months.. Lastly there are the player numbers, which have been on a downward trend since the original peak when the game was initially released. So which is the new era? TS2019 or TSW?