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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Kjetil-Hestvik » 18 Jul 2019, 17:19

Not really the normal news, but pretty awesome anyway :D

The Great American Tour

For the first time in many years, two small teams from our office are travelling to the USA to attend events, meet our fans, to get some reference material for the future development of American Truck Simulator and to breathe in the atmosphere of the States in general!

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Down south, Carthoo, one of our Community Managers, Raven, one of our Research leads and Saimon, one of the map DLC leads, will be attending the Great American Trucking Show event in Dallas, TX. You can meet them there on the first two days of the event (Aug 22 - 23), but due to problems with certification for our 4D motion seat, you'll find our team roaming the show floor. You can also keep an eye on our social media, where we'll announce where and when you can meet them.

And because lots of you might not make it to GATS, we'll try to find somewhere in Dallas, where we can meet with you, our community, face to face for a chit-chat, discussions about our games and their development. Plus, with some luck, we hope to be able to host another meet-up in a few days later somewhere along the planned road. We'll give you more info before the event.

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On the West Coast, Alex (LondonLad), one of our Community Managers and Oscar, our Business Development will both be attending this year’s PAX West event in Seattle, WA. They will be there for all 4 days of the show (Aug 30 – Sep 2), alongside our partner, Thrustmaster, who will be showcasing their product line-up working in tandem with American Truck Simulator. Alex and Oscar will be looking forward to meeting you at Thrustmaster’s stand at the Expo Hall between 10:30am to around 5pm daily. Make sure you drop by and say hello to them; perhaps you will walk away with a prize or two!

And last but not least, we are exploring the possibility of sending a third team to the USA; stay tuned to learn more.

Source: https://blog.scssoft.com/2019/07/the-great-american-tour.html
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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Kjetil-Hestvik » 19 Jul 2019, 17:38

Utah: New Deliveries

Today we have some work-in-progress screenshots of new delivery points represented by local industries. The Utah map expansion will offer many brand new and unique ones. All of those are very important as a part of the in-game economy.

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Let's start with the petroleum industry - something that has always been demanded by our community for both American and Euro Truck Simulator 2. In Utah, you'll be able to witness (and work for) this industry's complete circle. From building a new rigging/oil rig to transferring it for storage purposes from the mining and fracking sites. And as in reality, you'll come across potash warehouses too.

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Industry support will be represented by heavy machinery service depots and both large and standard General warehouses, made in completely new ways just for Utah!

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The other ones are the Country stores with the supply chain of all kinds of deliveries for local farmers, including also a fresh new feed mill, designed specifically for the Beehive state!

Source: https://blog.scssoft.com/2019/07/utah-new-deliveries.html
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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby CDMC » 19 Jul 2019, 17:54

more bumpy roads, neat :D
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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Plane And Simple » 19 Jul 2019, 23:39

Map looking good! I'd also appreciate the Space DLC being free but hey, they need the money somehow.

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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby CDMC » 20 Jul 2019, 00:01

i bought that DLC when it came out. haven't played ATS in a month :emoji23: i mostly got it for the interior stuff. ill check it out when Utah is out
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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Maxidyne » 20 Jul 2019, 09:35

Space DLC free? I paid 1.77 for it...

Utah is looking good! More roads, towns and cities to explore :emoji106:
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Pig Pen: boy, these lonely long highways sure grind the souls of us cowboys.

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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby CDMC » 20 Jul 2019, 14:33

Maxidyne wrote:Space DLC free? I paid 1.77 for it...

Utah is looking good! More roads, towns and cities to explore :emoji106:


i think he formulated his sentence a bit wrong :emoji23: its not free :emoji28:
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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Plane And Simple » 20 Jul 2019, 23:16

I mean I WOULD not that it was. Seeing huge Map DLCs for 10 euros then some skins for 3€ doesn't make much sense to me but hey it's their business :D

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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Kjetil-Hestvik » 05 Aug 2019, 17:05

ATS Utah: Gameplay

It's time we take a closer look at our next upcoming state for American Truck Simulator, Utah. Known for its mountain ranges, state and national parks, history and culture, it is considered to be one of the greatest outdoor states in the USA.

We are excited to give you a glimpse on what Utah has to offer come this year with this gameplay footage. Please note that this state is still work in progress.

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If you like what you see, make sure to add Utah to your Steam Wishlist!

Source: https://blog.scssoft.com/2019/08/ats-utah-gameplay.html
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Re: American Truck Simulator

Postby Kjetil-Hestvik » 16 Aug 2019, 17:22

Utah: Sleep well, traveler

After a long days' drive through the hot and dusty roads of Utah, truckers will need somewhere to take a well-deserved rest. Truck Stops are the cornerstone for any driver, providing the necessary amenities and facilities for truckers who are out on the road for the long haul.

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Mainly found along interstates; each Truck Stop can usually be found with surrounding businesses, such as family-run diners, convenience stores, and even motels which make every visit unique for drivers.

As day turns to night, make sure to set your navigation to the nearest rest stop and get some shut-eye, for tomorrow a new day of trucking awaits. Sleep well, traveler.

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Source: https://blog.scssoft.com/2019/08/utah-sleep-well-traveler.html
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