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Colorado for American Truck Simulator has been released!

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Colorado for American Truck Simulator has now been RELEASED!

So what exactly does our Colorado DLC have to offer for truckers? These are just a few of the things we think you will love!

  • Drive from the great plains, through the Rocky Mountains to bustling cities and historical towns.
  • Haul cargo on the Million Dollar Highway
  • Discover Colorado’s important industries like wind power factories or gold mines
  • Deliver freight to and from the inside of a large cargo aircraft in Denver International Airport
  • Admire representation of cities like Denver, Colorado Springs, and many others
  • Visit landmarks like the Four Corners Monument and get a bird’s-eye view of it with the viewpoint feature
  • Unlock Colorado-specific Steam achievements
  • And much more!

Launch Trailer

 

And that shouldn’t be the only reason to explore Colorado for yourself! As an added bonus we will also have a World of Trucks event for all new visitors to Colorado with unique rewards to be earned as you visit each city and deliver jobs. Learn more about the rules in yesterday’s blog post and take part in #CruisingColorado at WorldofTrucks.com. We’d love to see your photos across our Social Media channels using the hashtag!
We expect to have this event available to players for an extended period of time, probably way beyond the point of reaching the 60 million miles which is the current community goal. We don’t want to motivate you to rush through the DLC in a hurry to make sure you manage to obtain the personal achievement. We simply want to reward early adopters of the DLC for spending quality time with the new content.
Welcome to Colorful Colorado, a state that has some of the best wildlands and mountain ranges in the United States. See a big metropolitan area of Denver on the edge of the Great Plains, travel across the beautiful Rocky Mountains and through deep canyons to see vast desert landscapes around Grand Junction.

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