We’ve already seen from multiple third parties that it isn’t as easy as DTG make it out to be to get involved in their partner scheme, and we’ve also seen how much of a percentage of the sale is lost to store platforms and DTG. Then consider that any new studio will have to take the time to get to grips with making content within TSW, aswell as the fact that they face a potential drop in sales caused by taking less time on TS development. Also, it’s not like an entire market of people will migrate to TSW for one Dutch Route, you’d have to have a good collection of routes for a Dutch fan base to consider buying TSW and then it’s DLC, there are a lot of reasons that people still play TS over TSW, and one of those reasons is the size of their DLC collection. I’d imagine that the niche devs and niche fan base is happy with what they have right now, there’s not really any real reason for anyone to come over to TSW if all they would want is Dutch content. Personally I’d be interested in a Dutch Route, but then who’s to say I’d be interested in another after that? That’s going to be a real concern for a small developer who has to balance where their time is spent.