train sim world 2 cornwall

Barely a week goes by without Train Sim World 2 being enhanced in one way or another, and hot on the heels of the recent London Commuter content, comes the chance to take a scenic trip round the Cornish lanes, with the Train Sim World®2: West Cornwall Local: Penzance – St Austell & St Ives pack. 

Priced at £24.99, the Train Sim World 2: West Cornwall Local: Penzance – St Austell & St Ives add-on is Dovetail Games’ latest attempt at giving railway fans the chance to travel the globe, filling out options and ensuring that boredom never hits. 

On the complete opposite end of the scale to the Rush Hour expansion which deals with the hustle and bustle of London life, this West Cornwall line focuses more on the rolling hills and picturesque landscapes that the west of England is renowned for. 

It lets you hop aboard the Great Western, enjoying a 1990s themed world before the madness of privatisation. Covering the St Austell & St Ives route, you’ll be found enjoying the delicate feel of the Regional Railways BR Class 150/2. And if that isn’t enough, there’s further challenge coming int he form of the freighting BR Class 37/5.

Once again it looks as though Dovetail Games (and Rivet Games for that matter), have pulled out all the stops with the introduction of the West Cornwall Local: Penzance – St Austell & St Ives line. Yes, it may see the price of the full Train Sim World 2 experience increase once again – and we’re still struggling to justify a £25 DLC pack – but if you’re a fan of what has been delivered in the past, or just need to take some time out with a Cornish adventure, you’d do well to consider a purchase of the West Cornwall Local: Penzance – St Austell & St Ives pack. 

Let us know if you decide to grab it from the Xbox Store, or alternatively, the store of your format choice.

DLC Description:

Experience the rolling hills and picturesque countryside of the “Great Western”, aboard classic British diesel traction, with Rivet Games’ West Cornwall Local: Penzance – St Austell & St Ives route. Step back into the 1990s and relive this line in the pre-BR privatisation era.

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