American Truck Simulator developer SCS Studios has unveiled the game’s latest DLC map pack: Nebraska.
The Czech studio plans to bring the Mid-Western state to the popular trucking sim fresh off the back of the release of the game’s Texas DLC, with the state of Kansas already in progress behind the scenes.
Nebraska shares borders with Wyoming, South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Colorado and is famous for the fertile grasslands that dominate its landscape.
Nicknamed the ‘Cornhusker State,’ owing to Nebraska’s prominent agricultural industry, the state is renowned for its storied indigenous history and its two distinctive regions: the Dissected Till Plains and the Great Plains.
The Dissected Till Plains feature vertically through the centre of the USA, with glacial deposits creating smooth, low-altitude hills. This area is home to the two major Nebraskan cities of Omaha and the state capital Lincoln, while the Great Plains to the west are home to the state’s vast prairies.
This should mean virtual truckers will visit plenty of agricultural-based industries on their travels, all the while taking in the unique Nebraskan landscape.
American Truck Simulator’s Nebraska DLC is available to Wishlist on Steam now, with a release date yet to be announced.
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