When the roadmap initally released, I researched a bit about the upcoming routes. Ever since then I've been wondering just why has DTG decided to build Hamburg to Lübeck Matt has said multiple times that they want to develop a good selection of diverse routes for TSW, so why Hamurg - Lübeck which literally doesn't bring anything new or interesting to the game? It's a flat straight run with mediocre scenery and the 4th German flatland route in a row. Driving on it will be, in my opinion, boring. The timetable is not very busy and the entire length is constant 160km/h with speed changes only at either ends of it. Looks like freight will be just A to B uninterrupted runs and passenger services will have little variety with only REs (regional express). Even the new locos are nothing really new. The 182 is already in the game and the 112 is very similar to the 143 from RSN. There's nothing interesting about this route and i have a feeling it won't sell very well after the inital sales, as there is no reason to buy it over any other german route. I won't be buying it, and I have all the german addons. In conclusion, this route feels like a huge waste of developement time to me, which could have been much better spent on other, better routes. I'm just suggesting DTG to choose more diverse DLC in the future and actual interesting gameplay and scenery. Something from south Germany or even better, Austria, would be great. You can even find better routes out of Hamburg alone. Now, I know some people will disagree but I'd actually be happy to hear if there is anything special about this route?