Dovetail Games is elated to announce that Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour and its first route, the Boston Sprinter, will pull out of the station on Aug. 19. Virtual operators can be in control with Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store, the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, and for the first time releasing on PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X|S with a free upgrade for existing owners on last-generation consoles.

Enthusiasts can bundle all the forthcoming routes with Rush Hour: Season Ticket for $39.99 / £34.99 / €39.99, which provides immediate access to the Boston Sprinter content. The routes included with Rush Hour: Season Ticket are:
● Northeast Corridor: Boston – Providence
● Nahverkehrsnetz Dresden – Riesa
● Brighton Main Line: London Victoria – Brighton

Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour’s Boston Sprinter includes the 43-mile route from Boston, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and a 4-mile branch from Canton Junction to Stoughton. This Add-On features the Amtrak ACS-64 as well as the MBTA F40PH-3C diesel locomotive.

The Boston Sprinter route, Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour’s first route, will arrive with exceptional authentic sound recordings taken from the real locomotives, detailed and feature-rich driving cabs with accurate true-to-life performance, Journey Mode featuring over 24 hours of activities for you to master, accessible training modules, five detailed and engaging scenarios, and extensive timetables.

For more information on Train Sim World 2: Rush Hour, visit and follow the game on Twitter and Facebook @trainsimworld, Instagram @trainsim, TikTok @trainsimworldofficial, and Facebook @trainsimworld. Keep up with all the latest simulation news from Dovetail Games at

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