Great Plains! Rocky Mountains! Denver! More!
Fans of American Truck Simulator’s chilled trout will be in a whole new state of exploration next Thursday, November 12, with the arrival of the Colorado expansion of developer SCS.
Colorado has been added to American Truck Simulator as the seventh state since its launch in 2016, following Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Utah, and Idaho, and is a long-distance carrier (and landscape). Opens a myriad of new routes to. oglers) can enjoy the entire view of SCS’s own 100th Anniversary State.
Like other states in American Truck Simulator, this isn’t an exact recreation, but an attempt to distill into a space large enough to properly sweep the essence of Colorado, but go anywhere or achieve something. It’s not big enough to take forever to do.
To that end, SCS’s Colorado incorporates everything from the Great Plains to the Rocky Mountains, from deep canyons and desert landscapes to forests and lush mountains, including Colorado’s famous picturesque Million Dollar Highway. Incorporates major geographical landmarks. Major cities such as Denver and Colorado Springs have also been recreated, as well as attractions such as the Four Corners Monument.
“Colorado has one of the most unique and diverse natural landscapes found in North America,” explains SCS. “From emerald green national forests to incredible red rock formations protruding from the earth in the Garden of the Gods, you will find it. To explore the natural beauty that this state must offer. , It’s almost impossible to resist spending time delivering packages. “
The SCS Colorado expansion also introduces new industries, including gold mining, and features a bunch of new perspectives for those who want to attract and capture the spectacle from a more cinematic perspective, in addition to state-specific Steam achievements. ..
It also includes three new routes for American Truck Simulator Special Transport DLC owners: Denver Airport to Grand Junction, Sterling to Colorado Springs, and Denver Train Depot to Goldmine near Colorado Springs.
If the previous paid expansion is any sign, the American Truck Simulator Colorado DLC should cost £ 8.99 for Steam on Thursday, November 12th.