As a vacationer behind the wheel of American Truck Simulator, I’m inquisitive about something making the world really feel extra alive, and the newest DLC appears nice for that. Out now, the ‘Special Transport’ DLC whacks in honking nice outsized hundreds from to industrial equipment to homes, so massive that we have to comply with police escorts and the TV information would possibly ship a digicam to look at us. Yes, thanks. Come, Americans, come watch me drive large issues by means of your large nation. Don’t fear: I’m getting lots higher at remembering which aspect of the street you drive on.
So there we’re on these particular contracts, a home or a silo or some large ol’ tyres on our again, needing to get from A to B. Cop automobiles will come earlier than and after us, blocking visitors to clear a route and even swerving into the opposing lane to warn drivers off smashing into our huge hundreds. Cops will probably be at intersections and such too, holding different drivers–and us–in line. Big vans being very thrilling, TV crews and bystanders will gawp and additional employees will probably be round to see us off. Which sounds nice.
Special Transport is mainly the identical as is much like the DLC of the identical title in Euro Truck Simulator 2, however in America. I’m okay with that. I’m not fully certain why that is separate from ATS’s Heavy Cargo Pack, which additionally added honking nice novelty cargo, however I’m nonetheless into it. Sadly I haven’t seen any Special cargoes but myself, so right here’s a trailer:
The Special Transport DLC is out now on Steam for £4/€5/$5.
American Truck Sim builders SCS Software this week additionally added a brand new truck, the Volvo VNL. That’s free for everybody. It’s too fancy for my trucking tastes, however hey.
“This is only a start,” SCS stated, “with the manufacturer now officially on board, we can all hope that the road to include their latest and greatest will not be as long and bumpy.”
I’ve nonetheless not correctly had a drive round Oregon. I used to be away/occupied/one thing when it launched in October then overlook, so I’m doubly glad for the launch of this DLC for reminding me.