Hello all. I just want to share my thoughts and opinions of TSW 2 and why I am genuinely confused about why it has been developed and exists. This isn't a hate post of any sort, just my own views and opinions. So, the question is, Why does TSW 2 exist and why did we not get a free upgrade to TSW:2020? DTG's own FAQ states this as its response to the question: Notice how the answer provided avoided answering the question completely and just states what TSW 2 involves and is about. They say they need to "bring Train Sim World forward" - but diving deeper into that, have you realised that this is all obtainable via a free update to the current Train Sim World 2020? Because that's exactly what it is, an update to the current game. Now I don't mind them charging for an update, but to say TSW 2 is a completely new game is simply misleading and is a lie. Furthermore, the 'new' game will launch with exactly the same issues, bugs and limitations TSW currently has. This includes no improvements to the shadow draw rendering distance, no improvements to lighting, no improvements to audio as well as no changes to the long requested 2D map to be improved. This is just a few examples If you haven't realised already, this is the exact same game as TSW:2020 underneath the hood. Why do I think they made a seperate game? Personally, I think they marketed it as a separate game in order to give themselves an excuse to drop support for all TSW:2020 bugs as this would mean they are not obliged to fix any bugs relating to it anymore. It was clear the game had a tonne of small, irritable bugs which perhaps was too overwhelming for them to fix as well as not making them any money. I don't think it was a long term plan. More of a short term plan and they had to think what they could do the maximise revenue. Again, these are just my thoughts and don't necessarily account for everyone or the whole community, nor is it a hate post. I'd like to hear your thoughts and opinions on this and what you think of the current situation. Thanks for taking time to read this thread.