American Truck Simulator Transports Players to Wyoming

By on Dec 10, 2020 at 9:03 pm. Filed in News under American Truck Simulator.

Travel to Wyoming and visit historic attractions in the next DLC for American Truck Simulator.

American Truck Simulator is taking a road trip to Wyoming in its next DLC, according to an announcement today from the game’s developer, SCS Software. Players will be able to drive through Wyoming’s vast countryside and visit historic prairie towns and attractions.

The developers hinted at the location for the upcoming DLC in a recent teaser video that showed gameplay of a truck pulling up to a heard of bison in the middle of the night. Bison was the hint for Wyoming, as it is the official state mammal.

New in-game screenshots featuring the breathtaking Wyoming scenery are available over on Steam. The screenshots also showcase the new lighting system that SCS has been developing for both American Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2.

No release date has been announced for the upcoming Wyoming DLC, but the team plans to share more development news in the future. “Please keep in mind, that this DLC has only just begun to take shape,” reads the announcement on Steam.

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In the meantime, American Truck Simulator players can enjoy the newly released Cabin Accessories DLC, which allows players to personalize their cab with various decorations. There are over 100 different cabin items to choose from. The Cabin Accessories DLC is available now for $3.99.

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American Truck Simulator (2016)
PC (Microsoft Windows)

American Truck Simulator puts you in the seat of a driver for hire entering the local freight market, making you work your way up to become an owner-operator, and go on to create one of the largest transportation companies in the United States.