Dovetail Games have today announced that the new Southeastern High-Speed route is now available in Train Sim World 2.

It’s available now on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for £24.99. It features an exciting blend of classic mainline running and thrilling high-speed commuting, aboard modern motive power with the sleek BR Class 395 EMU ‘Javelin’ and the stylish BR class 375/9 EMU. Here is the official description:

Opened to regular services between London and Faversham in 2009, this state-of-the-art route brings a contemporary mix of both old and new railways. The southern-most half of this route travels through the English county of Kent, it is made up of varied and interesting railway architecture, many of which were built over 100 years ago. At Ebbsfleet, units change their power mode and the route enters the modern high-speed section, giving the BR Class 395 EMU ‘Javelin’ the freedom to reach much higher speeds. As you travel between the old and new you will also learn to use a mix of traditional UK signalling as well as the French TVM430 cab system which features on the London end of the route.

The iconic BR Class 395 EMU ‘Javelin’ runs from London St Pancras to Faversham and includes the licensed 10th-anniversary branding, as well as the colourful official #Trainbow variant. Alternatively, get a taste of classic commuting from the cab of the popular BR Class 375 EMU, which terminates at Rochester. Both units have been meticulously recreated using real-world data and authentic sounds, immersing you in the driving experience. Power your way past rolling fields, busy industrial towns, and beautiful historical buildings, whisking commuters towards London as you make your way across the Garden of England.

With so many stations to visit, this route is perfect for using the Scenario Planner and Livery Designer features in Train Sim World 2. Design your own services and play your way with a wide variety of combinations. Players who own Northern Trans-Pennine and East Coastway for Train Sim World will also get additional services featuring locomotives from those routes – including freight services and two heritage tours.

Take a look at the trailer and let us know your thoughts via the comment section below.