The part which states DTG wish to control all of the intellectual property of the game. If they create a public Editor then people can create content for TSW which DTG do not control, this would go against their stated intention of controlling all the IP for the game. For example, let's say someone creates a new physics module for the game, they release it as freeware, people will then want this physics module for DTG addons, DTG will need to pay a license to use the physics module and will have to negotiate terms with the third party. As things stand currently, DTG hold all the cards, so they can say to third party developers that they can create DLC for TSW so long as they sell it through DTG and DTG can use it as they wish in their own addons. The Editor would go against DTG's intention of holding all the cards. This was the exact policy which FSW third party developers claimed DTG were using to try and control the market. We now have a statement from DTG which seems to confirm this is the case. It's not possible to remove content from a game people have already purchased. So I don't see anyway for DTG to this without legal issues. The Editor has been part of Railworks from the very start, so to remove it was never a viable proposition.