American Truck Simulator Headed To Texas

Texas is arguably the biggest trucking state in the US, therefore, it makes sense that American Truck Simulator would cater to the state of 30 million. The game, developed and published by the Czech company SCS Software, was released on February 2, 2016 for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS, but has oddly failed to include the Lone Star State until now.

So far, California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado have been added to the sim, with Wyoming coming this year. Yet, one of the biggest states in Union is conspicuously missing.

The game, the American equivalent of Euro Truck Simulator 2, is set in a modified version of the United States. Players can select a variety of American-style trucks, traveling to various locations across the US, picking up cargo, and delivering them to their destination. Since its release, the game has sold more than 2 million copies on Steam.

As for the upcoming Wyoming expansion, Steam says, “Wyoming may be one of the least populated states in the US, but that doesn’t mean that it lacks spectacular places to visit and see. Home to some of the country’s most breathtaking national parks, Wyoming is best known for its red-walled gorges, hot springs, historic prairie towns, pioneer history, and historical attractions.

“Wyoming designated the American bison as the official state mammal in 1985, and to this day you can still find large herds of them grazing across the prairies and protected land which is designated for the conservation of wild bison since their decline across the U.S.

“This upcoming map expansion is still in development and more screenshots and info will be added here as we’ll reveal more of our recreation of Wyoming. Keep an eye on Steam announcements and other SCS Software’s communication channels to be up to date with everything new revealed for this DLC.”

As for Texas, it will be by far the biggest addition yet to the franchise, though no release date has yet been set. Stay tuned for more details.

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