Train Sim World 4: Fife Circle Line DLC is Out Now!

Train Sim World 4 - Fife Circle Line DLC

Hit the point in Train Sim World 4 where you think there’s not enough Scotland featured?  You’re not the only one, and Dovetail Games have the solution up their sim-railing sleeves.  From today you can buy the Train Sim World 4: Fife Circle Line DLC and traverse the iconic Forth Bridge over the river Firth.  That’s right – 8,000 feet of steel that’s 134 years old will bear the weight of whatever locomotive you choose to roll over its massive span.  Coming from the Stirling based Rivet Games, who developed the Edinburgh – Glasgow route, the team are keen to put their local knowledge to good use in bringing the Fife Circle to life.

A new route needs a new train and the ScotRail Class 170 DMU is added, and if you’ve got the Class 385 from before you can run that along the same tracks.  Across the 52 miles of the line between Edinburgh Waverley  and Markinch, you’ll be able drive the Loop Line and the Main Line via Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath and Kirkaldy, all the while hearing regional in-train announcements that link with the official ScotRail partnership.  The Train Sim World 4: Fife Circle Line DLC also sees the official train liveries and branding at the stations added to cement the feel of piloting through the main Scottish railway routes.

That’s not all in this DLC either, when the Leven branch reopens in the real world (it’s been shut since 1969), Rivet Games will add the extension as part of a post-release update.  Then there’s the ScotRail Class 158 to be added to the route later in the year too.  For now though, simply running across the Forth Bridge will be enough for fans in the Train Sim World 4: Fife Circle Line DLC.

Train Sim World 4: Fife Circle Line DLC is out now on PlayStation, Xbox and PC for £29.99.

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