EURO TRUCK SIMULATOR 2

Simulation Game

“EURO TRUCK SIMULATOR 2” is a business simulation game. In the game, players have to drive trucks to complete cargo transportation tasks, and can buy more garages, trucks, and trailers, and hire drivers from the driver’s office to work for you. Own logistics company. In the game, players can modify almost every part of their trucks and trailers, from the cab to the chassis to various accessories and interiors. Travel across the European continent and form your own transportation empire.

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Picture

EURO TRUCK SIMULATOR 2 has a huge improvement in game graphics experience. Especially in high image quality, the sunlight and shadow effects are very outstanding, coupled with the lifelike texture, so that your gaming experience is well improved. Whether it’s the portrayal in the cab or the simulation of the scenery, the pictures of EURO TRUCK SIMULATOR 2 are extremely delicate. And under the background of the special real weather, your journey is more colorful. Maybe you are driving on a dark road at night, maybe you are passing through a zone of pouring rain… (The picture is based on the highest quality)

Starting from version 1.36, the game will no longer support DX9, only DX11.

Sound effect

In the game, the first thing you hear is the real sound effects of the truck. These sound effects are recorded in a professional recording studio with high quality and quantity. Of course, background music is also essential. When you are about to miss the time and when you complete the task, you will hear a reasonable sound.

In version 1.37, SCS began to use a new sound engine-FMOD, which can achieve more dynamic and complex sounds.

An oft-vented argument about Euro Truck Sim is that it isn’t aspirational; people play flight simulators because it’s incredibly difficult and financially prohibitive to become a pilot, and relatively easy to get a job driving lorries by contrast. The counter argument? Euro Truck Simulator 2 exists so you don’t have to get a job driving lorries.

On one hand, it’s therapeutic. Cruising the dual carriageways of Northern Italy at just below the legal speed limit while a local radio station plays unintelligibly is pure nourishment for the soul. On the other, it’s a supreme challenge. Defeated the Fume Knight in Dark Souls II, have you? Come back when you’ve parallel-parked a Scania R Highline carrying a yacht after a night drive from Luxembourg to Budapest.

Perhaps the most compelling aspect of SCS Software’s simulation is that it is ostensibly driving, but not quite as you know it. Forget everything racing games taught you about turning circles. Forget what they taught you about mirrors, too – no longer do they exist simply to illustrate the crash you caused with your reckless weaving. Now they’re an essential component of your driving experience, crucial to turning any corner greater than 10 degrees without scraping thousands off your salary.

As with any sim worth its salt, Euro Truck Simulator 2 has a considerable haul of mods, crafted by the loving hands of its community. The base game offers thousands of kilometres of real estate and no shortage of vehicles, but there’s a wealth of additional trucks, maps, liveries and sound packs out there.

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