The Great Plains! Rocky Mountains! Denver! More!
Fans of American Truck Simulator’s splendidly cooled rotating will have an entire brand-new state to check out next Thursday, 12th November, with the arrival of designer SCS’ Colorado growth.
Colorado will mark the seventh state to be contributed to American Truck Simulator considering that its launch in 2016 – following on from Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Utah, and Idaho – and opens myriad brand-new paths for long-distance haulers (and landscape oglers) to delight in throughout SCS’ own take on the Centennial State.
As with American Truck Simulator’s other states, it’s not a precise leisure, however rather an effort to boil down the essence of Colorado down into an area extensive sufficient to feel properly sweeping, however not so huge it takes permanently to go anywhere or attain anything.
To that end, SCS’ Colorado includes crucial geographical landmarks, from the Great Plains to the Rocky Mountains, taking in whatever from deep canyons and desert landscapes to forests and verdant range of mountains, consisting of Colorado’s notoriously attractive Million Dollar Highway. Major cities consisting of Denver and Colorado Springs have actually likewise been recreated, and as have sights such as the Four Corners Monument.
“Colorado has among the most special and differed natural landscapes discovered in North America,” describes SCS, “From emerald-green national parks to the amazing red rock developments sticking out up from the earth at Garden of the Gods, you’ll discover it almost difficult to withstand making the effort out of providing loads to check out the natural appeal this state needs to use.”
SCS’ Colorado growth likewise presents brand-new markets, consisting of a cash cow, and includes state-specific Steam accomplishments, along with a lot of brand-new perspectives for those that like to pull over and take in the sights from a more cinematic point of view.
It likewise consists of 3 brand-new paths – Denver Airport to Grand Junction, Sterling to Colorado Springs, and Denver Train Depot to Gold Mine near Colorado Springs – for owners of American Truck Simulator’s Special Transport DLC.
If previous paid growths are any sign, American Truck Simulator’s Colorado DLC ought to cost £8.99 when it comes to Steam next Thursday, 12th November.