Dec 15, 2017 Last Updated 3:01 PM, Dec 14, 2017

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Surprising discoveries: We're trying to discover even the smallest details about the new areas we're working on. We don't hesitate to go down the roads less traveled. Our researchers are digging hard, maybe too hard and too deep this time!?

On the heels of this initial teaser, SCS Software's blog and other social media will now start bringing our fans more information about the new state we are building for the game.

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Experience legendary American trucks and deliver various cargoes across sunny California, sandy Nevada, and the Grand Canyon State of Arizona. American Truck Simulator takes you on a journey through the breathtaking landscapes and widely recognized landmarks around the States.

Game mechanics are based on the highly successful model from Euro Truck Simulator 2 and have been expanded with new features, creating the most captivating game experience from SCS Software.

American Truck Simulator puts you in the seat of a driver for hire entering the local freight market, making you work your way up to become an owner-operator, and go on to create one of the largest transportation companies in the United States.

Check out the American Truck Simulator official page

About SCS Software

SCS Software is a Prague-based game developer known and recognized worldwide for creating the most popular simulator video games. The portfolio of the company contains some of the most critically acclaimed video game hits of the recent years, including Euro Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator. 

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