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American Truck Simulator – Idaho DLC Releases July 16

American Truck Simulator

SCS Software have announced that the American Truck Simulator – Idaho DLC will release later this week.

The Idaho DLC adds over 3,300 miles of new roads across The Gem State. There are also 11 detailed cities, over 40 recognizable landmarks, and new terrain types to recreate the look and feel of Idaho.

You can find the release date trailer below.

The Idaho DLC launches July 16th. You can find a rundown of the new content (via Steam) below:


Welcome to Idaho, a land of rugged beauty that is home to millions of acres of wilderness and a landscape that ranges from desert to fertile farms. Best known for its world famous potatoes, Idaho offers drivers the opportunity to get involved with some of the States’ largest economies such as farming and timber harvesting.

Visit Boise, the state’s capital city with a vibrant urban center found in the heart of the Treasure Valley or experience an out-of-this-world view at the Craters of the Moon National Monument; Idaho offers its visitors endless natural beauty and landmarks to explore.

Features

  • Over 3,300 miles of new roads to discover and explore
  • 11 new cities – drive through downtown Boise, Coeur d’Alene set on a gorgeous lake or Idaho Falls with a lovely touristic center
  • A brand new viewpoint feature that gives you a new perspective of the world
  • Expanded fan-favorite industries such as farming, timber harvesting or wood processing
  • Visit the famous Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve
  • Over 40 recognizable spots from the Historical Highway Marker program
  • State-specific geographical landmarks such as canyons, valleys or basalt rock formations
  • Many familiar truck stops and rest areas that truckers will know from the real world
  • Finely-tuned road layouts and true-to-life signage
  • Idaho-specific achievements to unlock

American Truck Simulator is available on Windows PC, Linux, and Mac (all via Steam).

Image: Steam

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