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Truck World: Australia – a brand-new teaser (video)

A new video has been shared for Truck World: Australia, the new truck simulation game revealed in 2020. However, it has been announced that they are now working with HypeTrain Digital. In addition, the Red Ring studio, which developed the game on Unreal Engine 4, changed its name to Truck World Studio. They will continue to develop the game with the support of the publisher company HypeTrain Digital. More information is coming soon, so stay tuned!

Brand new game trailer prepared specifically for this announcement — watch it right now:


Get ready for a next-generation trucking experience!

Travel across Australia behind the wheel of the mighty Road Train! Haul extreme cargo thousands of miles and explore the Outback’s wilderness in some of the most intense conditions on earth!

Large, Open-World

The geography of Australia encompasses a wide variety of biogeographic regions! Australia may be the world’s smallest continent, but Australia is also the sixth-largest country in the world. The geography of the continent is diverse, ranging from the snow-capped mountains in the Australian Alps to large deserts, and tropical and temperate forests. Explore them all!

Road Trains

Australia is home to the longest and heaviest Road Trains in the world, which is why these gargantuan trains are so famous. Made up of three or more trailers, Road Trains will be the ultimate driving experience.


  • Haul cargo across Australia.
  • Explore a large, Open-world.
  • Transport oversized loads, high-risk cargo, and more!
  • Experience a dynamic weather system with the Day/Night Cycle.
  • Be part of an ever-changing economy based on developing your own business.
  • Unlock, upgrade, and customize lots of unique vehicles.
  • Moddable with Steam Workshop.






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