Nov 21, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017

Professional Offroad Transport Simulator Releases December 6

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STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: We are super proud to share, that Fat Dog Games, a Polish independent game publisher, has announced the premiere of a popular transporter-type game, Professional Offroad Transport Simulator, produced by Dev4play. The game received lots of positive feedback during ChinaJoy, Gamescom and PAX Seattle, and will be out on Steam, December 6.

Combining heavy goods transport with off-road environments

The players will be able to drive heavy old trucks to transport different kinds of materials (wood, stones, water, barrels, planks, gravel, palettes, etc) through narrow, steep roads and gather valuable points. They can choose a vehicle of their liking from a vast selection of trucks, expand or upgrade their collection and explore two large maps. Featured vehicles resemble the most popular models used for transportation worldwide, so anyone interested in heavy-machinery transport, will surely recognize them - an offroad car with a winch, truck with a wood trailer and fuel tank, a 6×6 offroad car with the stronger winch or a truck with a double trailer.

The game will include a free ride mode with the possibility of saving the progress of the player, as well as a possibility of creating custom mods. Developers are planning regular updates with new vehicles and expansion packs.

The game contains a free-ride mode with save option as well as a possibility of creating player mods. The game's premiere is scheduled on December 6 2017, however, players can already check out the trailer and add Professional Offroad Transport Simulator to their wishlists on Steam.

Learn more: press release

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