Train Simulator 2013 was released on Steam in two editions. Standard Edition, available for a limited time, was released on 20 September 2012. Deluxe Edition was released on 10 October 2012. Retail versions were available from October that year. New features and improvements included Xbox 360 Controller support, Relay Play mode allowing for users to combine efforts to complete scenarios (removed since Train Simulator 2014), new menus and control options (including the new Quick Drive mode), updated HUDs, improved 2D task map and support for a new community download center using the Steam Workshop where players can share and download free user-created scenarios. It also featured enhanced graphics and performance improvements. A route included with the previous versions, Hagen–Siegen, was heavily updated and renamed to Ruhr–Sieg Line. Routes included with the Standard Edition were Sherman Hill, London–Brighton, Northeast Corridor and Isle of Wight. Deluxe Edition included Sherman Hill, London–Brighton and Munich–Augsburg. Contents in retail versions could vary in different countries to include local routes and locomotives. Owners of Train Simulator 2012 received a free upgrade to the TS2013 core technology via the Steam platform.