The SCS Software juggernaut keeps on rolling! The Czech developer has revealed new teaser images and details on the upcoming Montana DLC pack for American Truck Simulator, as well as new information on their Euro Truck Simulator 2 rework for the city of Hannover.
Located just off the I-90, the city of Missoula is set in a valley with the Clark Fork, Bitterroot and Blackfoot Rivers for company. The area is notable for its forests, educational facilities and mountainous terrain – dominated by Mount Sentinel.
As a result, local industries include timber, fishing, white-water rafting and other outdoor activities. The city is home to the University of Montana and its 12,000-student population, so expect to be making substantial deliveries to Missoula’s local bars and bistros in ATS…
Hannover, Germany rework
Hannover (or Hanover, both are accepted) is the capital of Lower Saxony in Germany and is home to the House of Hannover – the regal dynasty that ruled over Great Britain and Ireland between 1714-1837 (one for truckers with an interest in history).
Thanks to its Medieval and Early-Modern historical importance, expect to see some ornate and historically important architecture in Hannover. Perhaps the most important feature for ETS2 fans, however, is the huge Hannover Fairground location, home to the Hannover Messe trade fair.
SCS Software aims to recreate this space in a 1:1 ratio, so it is going to be a massively important part of the game in future. The developers even hinted that this may come in handy when the real-world IAA Transportation Trade Fair comes to the town starting on the 20th of September.
ETS2 fans can expect plenty of virtual and real deliveries to be heading there soon…
The Montana DLC for ATS is available to wishlist on Steam now with a release date yet to be announced. The Hannover rework is expected before the 20th of September, along with the v1.45 updates for ATS and ETS2.
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Source: SCS Software’s blog