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American Truck Simulator Expansions & DLCs

American Truck Simulator Expansions & DLCs

Game Expansions and DLCs available for American Truck Simulator Video Game.

Game Expansions for American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator: Colorado

Simulation 12 November 2020

American Truck Simulator: Colorado is the sixth big add-on to the well-known game that allows you to become a truck driver. It adds the state of Colorado to the game. The DLC was created and released by SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Idaho

Simulation 16 July 2020

Fifth large add-on to the American Truck Simulator. It implements to the game state of Idaho, famous for its wildlife. The creation and release of DLC is again the responsibility of SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Utah

Simulation 07 November 2019

Another add-on to the American Truck Simulator truck simulator. It brings to the game the state of Utah, famous for its diverse landscapes.

American Truck Simulator: Washington

Simulation 11 June 2019

The third large expansion to American Truck Simulator. Washington takes us on a journey to the titular state of the USA (that neighbours Oregon), which due to the degree of afforestation is referred to as «the evergreen state». The game has been developed by the team at SCS Software.

American Truck Simulator: Oregon

Simulation 04 October 2018

The second large expansion pack to American Truck Simulator. As the title suggests, American Truck Simulator: Oregon takes the players on a journey to another state of the North America, by some called the “state of the beavers”. The developers recreated the varied environment of the region, its demography and industrial conditions.

American Truck Simulator: New Mexico

Simulation 09 November 2017

The first major paid DLC for American Truck Simulator, which adds another State to the base game – New Mexico. The developers have focused on recreating the diversity of this area in the game – from desert wastelands, through national forests, to urbanized territories. All these sights feature characteristic landmarks, both natural and manmade. Moreover, this expansion introduces new 3D models which diversify the game and allow the players to immerse in the truck driver experience.

American Truck Simulator–Utah DLC

November 12, 2019 / GrizzlyBearSims / 0 Comments

SCS Software recently released the Utah DLC for American Truck Simulator. The price for this DLC is $11.99 USD. As you can see from the image below, the west portion of the lower 48 is beginning to fill in. Albeit fairly slow.

Slow and Steady Wins the Race?

Well….in some cases this might be true. However, for those of us who purchased ATS on release (2 February 2016) the pace at which new states have been added could be compared to pouring molasses on a cold winters day.

To better put things into perspective, allow me to draw your attention to the map below. As mentioned, ATS was released on 2 February 2016. On release day, ATS included the two states of California and Nevada (Green). As Arizona wasn’t ready on release, ATS released this as a free DLC on 6 June 2016 (Yellow). It was then another 17 months before we saw the release of the New Mexico DLC (Red) on 9 November 2017. The main reason for the delay of New Mexico was due to the decision SCS made to rescale the map. I believe the map rescale was necessary and taking the necessary time to complete it was also the correct decision.

However, it was another 13 months between the release of New Mexico and the release of Oregon on 4 October 2018 (purple).

2019 was the first year where SCS released two states in the same year. With Washington dropping on 11 June 2019 and Utah 7 November 2019. Could we see a third state release before the end of the year? I won’t be holding my breath.

What’s Next and When?

Guessing the “what’s next” is certainly easier than the “when”. It’s safe to say the next state to be released will either be Idaho or Colorado. If I were a betting man, I’d put my money on Idaho. This would tie in to I-90 in Washington and I-84 in Oregon which connects to I-15 headed to Utah. In other words, it would allow better routes out of Washington/Oregon in eastern Nevada, Utah and Arizona/New Mexico.

If Idaho is next, I would then believe we will see Colorado then Wyoming come next. While I have no idea all that goes into the creation of these DLC maps, I would assume the states of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana could each be less work (due to the sparseness of each) especially when compared to California.

Coast-To-Coast

While my opinion matters little to SCS, I would hope we could continually see 3-4 new states released each year. However, if you can’t simply wait to drive from one coast to the other, you really should check out the awesome Coast-To-Coast map. I’ve been a fan of the C2C map since it was first created. The C2C project officially kicked off soon after the initial release of ATS and has evolved into a very nice mod map.

The Coast-to-Coast map began as a personal project of the main developer (Mantrid) and then grew into the large endeavor it currently is. I don’t always have the C2C mod active, but when I update it after not driving it for a few months I’m always pleasantly surprised at the level of progress made. While there are other mod maps for ATS, C2C is and always has been my absolute favorite.

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American Truck Simulator Expansions & DLCs

Game Expansions and DLCs available for American Truck Simulator Video Game.

Game Expansions for American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator: Colorado

Simulation 12 November 2020

American Truck Simulator: Colorado is the sixth big add-on to the well-known game that allows you to become a truck driver. It adds the state of Colorado to the game. The DLC was created and released by SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Idaho

Simulation 16 July 2020

Fifth large add-on to the American Truck Simulator. It implements to the game state of Idaho, famous for its wildlife. The creation and release of DLC is again the responsibility of SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Utah

Simulation 07 November 2019

Another add-on to the American Truck Simulator truck simulator. It brings to the game the state of Utah, famous for its diverse landscapes.

American Truck Simulator: Washington

Simulation 11 June 2019

The third large expansion to American Truck Simulator. Washington takes us on a journey to the titular state of the USA (that neighbours Oregon), which due to the degree of afforestation is referred to as «the evergreen state». The game has been developed by the team at SCS Software.

American Truck Simulator: Oregon

Simulation 04 October 2018

The second large expansion pack to American Truck Simulator. As the title suggests, American Truck Simulator: Oregon takes the players on a journey to another state of the North America, by some called the “state of the beavers”. The developers recreated the varied environment of the region, its demography and industrial conditions.

American Truck Simulator: New Mexico

Simulation 09 November 2017

The first major paid DLC for American Truck Simulator, which adds another State to the base game – New Mexico. The developers have focused on recreating the diversity of this area in the game – from desert wastelands, through national forests, to urbanized territories. All these sights feature characteristic landmarks, both natural and manmade. Moreover, this expansion introduces new 3D models which diversify the game and allow the players to immerse in the truck driver experience.

American Truck Simulator–Utah DLC

November 12, 2019 / GrizzlyBearSims / 0 Comments

SCS Software recently released the Utah DLC for American Truck Simulator. The price for this DLC is $11.99 USD. As you can see from the image below, the west portion of the lower 48 is beginning to fill in. Albeit fairly slow.

Slow and Steady Wins the Race?

Well….in some cases this might be true. However, for those of us who purchased ATS on release (2 February 2016) the pace at which new states have been added could be compared to pouring molasses on a cold winters day.

To better put things into perspective, allow me to draw your attention to the map below. As mentioned, ATS was released on 2 February 2016. On release day, ATS included the two states of California and Nevada (Green). As Arizona wasn’t ready on release, ATS released this as a free DLC on 6 June 2016 (Yellow). It was then another 17 months before we saw the release of the New Mexico DLC (Red) on 9 November 2017. The main reason for the delay of New Mexico was due to the decision SCS made to rescale the map. I believe the map rescale was necessary and taking the necessary time to complete it was also the correct decision.

However, it was another 13 months between the release of New Mexico and the release of Oregon on 4 October 2018 (purple).

2019 was the first year where SCS released two states in the same year. With Washington dropping on 11 June 2019 and Utah 7 November 2019. Could we see a third state release before the end of the year? I won’t be holding my breath.

What’s Next and When?

Guessing the “what’s next” is certainly easier than the “when”. It’s safe to say the next state to be released will either be Idaho or Colorado. If I were a betting man, I’d put my money on Idaho. This would tie in to I-90 in Washington and I-84 in Oregon which connects to I-15 headed to Utah. In other words, it would allow better routes out of Washington/Oregon in eastern Nevada, Utah and Arizona/New Mexico.

If Idaho is next, I would then believe we will see Colorado then Wyoming come next. While I have no idea all that goes into the creation of these DLC maps, I would assume the states of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana could each be less work (due to the sparseness of each) especially when compared to California.

Coast-To-Coast

While my opinion matters little to SCS, I would hope we could continually see 3-4 new states released each year. However, if you can’t simply wait to drive from one coast to the other, you really should check out the awesome Coast-To-Coast map. I’ve been a fan of the C2C map since it was first created. The C2C project officially kicked off soon after the initial release of ATS and has evolved into a very nice mod map.

The Coast-to-Coast map began as a personal project of the main developer (Mantrid) and then grew into the large endeavor it currently is. I don’t always have the C2C mod active, but when I update it after not driving it for a few months I’m always pleasantly surprised at the level of progress made. While there are other mod maps for ATS, C2C is and always has been my absolute favorite.

American Truck Simulator Expansions & DLCs

Game Expansions and DLCs available for American Truck Simulator Video Game.

Game Expansions for American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator: Colorado

Simulation 12 November 2020

American Truck Simulator: Colorado is the sixth big add-on to the well-known game that allows you to become a truck driver. It adds the state of Colorado to the game. The DLC was created and released by SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Idaho

Simulation 16 July 2020

Fifth large add-on to the American Truck Simulator. It implements to the game state of Idaho, famous for its wildlife. The creation and release of DLC is again the responsibility of SCS Software studio.

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American Truck Simulator: Utah

Simulation 07 November 2019

Another add-on to the American Truck Simulator truck simulator. It brings to the game the state of Utah, famous for its diverse landscapes.

American Truck Simulator: Washington

Simulation 11 June 2019

The third large expansion to American Truck Simulator. Washington takes us on a journey to the titular state of the USA (that neighbours Oregon), which due to the degree of afforestation is referred to as «the evergreen state». The game has been developed by the team at SCS Software.

American Truck Simulator: Oregon

Simulation 04 October 2018

The second large expansion pack to American Truck Simulator. As the title suggests, American Truck Simulator: Oregon takes the players on a journey to another state of the North America, by some called the “state of the beavers”. The developers recreated the varied environment of the region, its demography and industrial conditions.

American Truck Simulator: New Mexico

Simulation 09 November 2017

The first major paid DLC for American Truck Simulator, which adds another State to the base game – New Mexico. The developers have focused on recreating the diversity of this area in the game – from desert wastelands, through national forests, to urbanized territories. All these sights feature characteristic landmarks, both natural and manmade. Moreover, this expansion introduces new 3D models which diversify the game and allow the players to immerse in the truck driver experience.

American Truck Simulator–Utah DLC

November 12, 2019 / GrizzlyBearSims / 0 Comments

SCS Software recently released the Utah DLC for American Truck Simulator. The price for this DLC is $11.99 USD. As you can see from the image below, the west portion of the lower 48 is beginning to fill in. Albeit fairly slow.

Slow and Steady Wins the Race?

Well….in some cases this might be true. However, for those of us who purchased ATS on release (2 February 2016) the pace at which new states have been added could be compared to pouring molasses on a cold winters day.

To better put things into perspective, allow me to draw your attention to the map below. As mentioned, ATS was released on 2 February 2016. On release day, ATS included the two states of California and Nevada (Green). As Arizona wasn’t ready on release, ATS released this as a free DLC on 6 June 2016 (Yellow). It was then another 17 months before we saw the release of the New Mexico DLC (Red) on 9 November 2017. The main reason for the delay of New Mexico was due to the decision SCS made to rescale the map. I believe the map rescale was necessary and taking the necessary time to complete it was also the correct decision.

However, it was another 13 months between the release of New Mexico and the release of Oregon on 4 October 2018 (purple).

2019 was the first year where SCS released two states in the same year. With Washington dropping on 11 June 2019 and Utah 7 November 2019. Could we see a third state release before the end of the year? I won’t be holding my breath.

What’s Next and When?

Guessing the “what’s next” is certainly easier than the “when”. It’s safe to say the next state to be released will either be Idaho or Colorado. If I were a betting man, I’d put my money on Idaho. This would tie in to I-90 in Washington and I-84 in Oregon which connects to I-15 headed to Utah. In other words, it would allow better routes out of Washington/Oregon in eastern Nevada, Utah and Arizona/New Mexico.

If Idaho is next, I would then believe we will see Colorado then Wyoming come next. While I have no idea all that goes into the creation of these DLC maps, I would assume the states of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana could each be less work (due to the sparseness of each) especially when compared to California.

Coast-To-Coast

While my opinion matters little to SCS, I would hope we could continually see 3-4 new states released each year. However, if you can’t simply wait to drive from one coast to the other, you really should check out the awesome Coast-To-Coast map. I’ve been a fan of the C2C map since it was first created. The C2C project officially kicked off soon after the initial release of ATS and has evolved into a very nice mod map.

The Coast-to-Coast map began as a personal project of the main developer (Mantrid) and then grew into the large endeavor it currently is. I don’t always have the C2C mod active, but when I update it after not driving it for a few months I’m always pleasantly surprised at the level of progress made. While there are other mod maps for ATS, C2C is and always has been my absolute favorite.

American Truck Simulator Expansions & DLCs

Game Expansions and DLCs available for American Truck Simulator Video Game.

Game Expansions for American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator: Colorado

Simulation 12 November 2020

American Truck Simulator: Colorado is the sixth big add-on to the well-known game that allows you to become a truck driver. It adds the state of Colorado to the game. The DLC was created and released by SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Idaho

Simulation 16 July 2020

Fifth large add-on to the American Truck Simulator. It implements to the game state of Idaho, famous for its wildlife. The creation and release of DLC is again the responsibility of SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Utah

Simulation 07 November 2019

Another add-on to the American Truck Simulator truck simulator. It brings to the game the state of Utah, famous for its diverse landscapes.

American Truck Simulator: Washington

Simulation 11 June 2019

The third large expansion to American Truck Simulator. Washington takes us on a journey to the titular state of the USA (that neighbours Oregon), which due to the degree of afforestation is referred to as «the evergreen state». The game has been developed by the team at SCS Software.

American Truck Simulator: Oregon

Simulation 04 October 2018

The second large expansion pack to American Truck Simulator. As the title suggests, American Truck Simulator: Oregon takes the players on a journey to another state of the North America, by some called the “state of the beavers”. The developers recreated the varied environment of the region, its demography and industrial conditions.

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American Truck Simulator: New Mexico

Simulation 09 November 2017

The first major paid DLC for American Truck Simulator, which adds another State to the base game – New Mexico. The developers have focused on recreating the diversity of this area in the game – from desert wastelands, through national forests, to urbanized territories. All these sights feature characteristic landmarks, both natural and manmade. Moreover, this expansion introduces new 3D models which diversify the game and allow the players to immerse in the truck driver experience.

American Truck Simulator–Utah DLC

November 12, 2019 / GrizzlyBearSims / 0 Comments

SCS Software recently released the Utah DLC for American Truck Simulator. The price for this DLC is $11.99 USD. As you can see from the image below, the west portion of the lower 48 is beginning to fill in. Albeit fairly slow.

Slow and Steady Wins the Race?

Well….in some cases this might be true. However, for those of us who purchased ATS on release (2 February 2016) the pace at which new states have been added could be compared to pouring molasses on a cold winters day.

To better put things into perspective, allow me to draw your attention to the map below. As mentioned, ATS was released on 2 February 2016. On release day, ATS included the two states of California and Nevada (Green). As Arizona wasn’t ready on release, ATS released this as a free DLC on 6 June 2016 (Yellow). It was then another 17 months before we saw the release of the New Mexico DLC (Red) on 9 November 2017. The main reason for the delay of New Mexico was due to the decision SCS made to rescale the map. I believe the map rescale was necessary and taking the necessary time to complete it was also the correct decision.

However, it was another 13 months between the release of New Mexico and the release of Oregon on 4 October 2018 (purple).

2019 was the first year where SCS released two states in the same year. With Washington dropping on 11 June 2019 and Utah 7 November 2019. Could we see a third state release before the end of the year? I won’t be holding my breath.

What’s Next and When?

Guessing the “what’s next” is certainly easier than the “when”. It’s safe to say the next state to be released will either be Idaho or Colorado. If I were a betting man, I’d put my money on Idaho. This would tie in to I-90 in Washington and I-84 in Oregon which connects to I-15 headed to Utah. In other words, it would allow better routes out of Washington/Oregon in eastern Nevada, Utah and Arizona/New Mexico.

If Idaho is next, I would then believe we will see Colorado then Wyoming come next. While I have no idea all that goes into the creation of these DLC maps, I would assume the states of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana could each be less work (due to the sparseness of each) especially when compared to California.

Coast-To-Coast

While my opinion matters little to SCS, I would hope we could continually see 3-4 new states released each year. However, if you can’t simply wait to drive from one coast to the other, you really should check out the awesome Coast-To-Coast map. I’ve been a fan of the C2C map since it was first created. The C2C project officially kicked off soon after the initial release of ATS and has evolved into a very nice mod map.

The Coast-to-Coast map began as a personal project of the main developer (Mantrid) and then grew into the large endeavor it currently is. I don’t always have the C2C mod active, but when I update it after not driving it for a few months I’m always pleasantly surprised at the level of progress made. While there are other mod maps for ATS, C2C is and always has been my absolute favorite.

American Truck Simulator Expansions & DLCs

Game Expansions and DLCs available for American Truck Simulator Video Game.

Game Expansions for American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator: Colorado

Simulation 12 November 2020

American Truck Simulator: Colorado is the sixth big add-on to the well-known game that allows you to become a truck driver. It adds the state of Colorado to the game. The DLC was created and released by SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Idaho

Simulation 16 July 2020

Fifth large add-on to the American Truck Simulator. It implements to the game state of Idaho, famous for its wildlife. The creation and release of DLC is again the responsibility of SCS Software studio.

American Truck Simulator: Utah

Simulation 07 November 2019

Another add-on to the American Truck Simulator truck simulator. It brings to the game the state of Utah, famous for its diverse landscapes.

American Truck Simulator: Washington

Simulation 11 June 2019

The third large expansion to American Truck Simulator. Washington takes us on a journey to the titular state of the USA (that neighbours Oregon), which due to the degree of afforestation is referred to as «the evergreen state». The game has been developed by the team at SCS Software.

American Truck Simulator: Oregon

Simulation 04 October 2018

The second large expansion pack to American Truck Simulator. As the title suggests, American Truck Simulator: Oregon takes the players on a journey to another state of the North America, by some called the “state of the beavers”. The developers recreated the varied environment of the region, its demography and industrial conditions.

American Truck Simulator: New Mexico

Simulation 09 November 2017

The first major paid DLC for American Truck Simulator, which adds another State to the base game – New Mexico. The developers have focused on recreating the diversity of this area in the game – from desert wastelands, through national forests, to urbanized territories. All these sights feature characteristic landmarks, both natural and manmade. Moreover, this expansion introduces new 3D models which diversify the game and allow the players to immerse in the truck driver experience.

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