All most important aspects of American Truck Simulator, the newest truck driver simulator game, are described in this guide. Here you will find presentations of the carrier phases, advices related to developing the driver, job market, using the bank, available trucks, modifying the vehicles and basics of controlling the truck. From the guide you will also learn how to set proper gearbox, how to complete contracts and how to park. You will find here a map that shows the game world, including a map of all truck dealers and job agencies. Roads in each country were described, similarly as situations that might occur during the ride. Finally there are descriptions of all cities available in the game. In the guide you will also find advices related to online accounts, Steam achievements and many other interesting aspects.
Blue color marks various actions made in the game such as taking a loan, employing someone, buying a truck, buying or improving the garage. It also marks truck brands and company names. Green color marks various objects and actions in the game, for example quick contract, package market, car showroom, job agencies, port, gas station etc. The default key responsible for an action is marked with brown color. Orange color is used for marking cities' names and states.
The guide was created based on version 0.9.0.2s (64bit) of the game. In the future it will be improved and updated.
Marcin "ViruS001" Skretkowicz (www.gry-online.pl)
About American Truck Simulator Game Guide
Author : Marcin "ViruS001" Skretkowicz for gamepressure.com
last update : May 05, 2016
Guide contains : 52 pages, 255 images.
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American Truck Simulator Video Game
- genre: Simulation
- developer: SCS Software
- publisher: IMGN.PRO
- platform: PC
- rated: PEGI: Age 3+ / ESRB: Everyone
American Truck Simulator is a simulator of driving a truck. The game allows us to drive massive 18 wheelers across North America. We are freighting various goods and we have to make sure that cargo will reach its destination point on time. Developer payed attention to recreating the road map faithfully so we can drive on the most important highways and expressways in USA and Canada, connecting most of their transit cities.
American Truck Simulator allows us to pass a branch’s typical career – from common trucker working for some company to boss of his/her own transport company employing dozens of drivers.
The game's engine offers smooth running of the game as well as detailed cities, recognizable thanks to many characteristic buildings.
- SCS Software - Developer Website.
- IMGN.PRO - Publisher Website.
- American Truck Simulator - Official Website.
American Truck Simulator PC version System Requirements
Recommended: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3.0 GHz, 6 GB RAM, graphic card 2 GB GeForce GTX 760 or better, 2 GB HDD, Windows 7
Minimum: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 1 GB GeForce 450 or better, 2 GB HDD, Windows 7
More About American Truck Simulator
So far, we've been driving across California, Nevada and Arizona. Soon, American Truck Driver players will get to visit New Mexico.
With the latest American Truck Simulator update, the game's world is now almost twice as big. This is owing to the rescaling of the map, which resulted thousands of miles of new roads.
American Truck Simulator, a truck-driving simulation game by SCS Software, will receive a bigger map as a part of future updates.
We waited for so long for American Truck Simulator and it's heading to stores as we speak. This game shows how a proper truck sim should look like. ETS 2 can finally rest in peace.
Nevada DLC will be offered for free on the launch day of American Truck Simulator. On a later date, all game owners will get Arizona DLC, also for free. Most of future expansions will be paid.