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SCS Software, The Creator Of American Truck Simulator, Has A Number Of Free Improvements Available To Support The Release Of The Montana DLC

SCS Software, the game’s creator, has a number of free upgrades available to promote the release of the Montana DLC for the American Truck Simulator.

You should expect National parks, distinctive nature, famous landmarks, and more. The Montana Cruise event began at the same moment, and players who completed its requirements will earn rewards in their Steam inventories. There are options for the event’s general purpose and its specific goal for the community.

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With a suggested retail price of $11.99/£9.99/€11.99, Montana offers a whole new state to explore and follows the format of past American Truck Simulator DLC releases.

Along with many stunning sights near places like the Glacier and Yellowstone national parks, there are 15 cities and 17 towns to explore.

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As is customary for new state releases, SCS is hosting a community event to entice early adopters to purchase the DLC.

Everybody receives a Sapphire Meadowlark ornament if the community travels 100 million miles on jobs across Montana before September 25. Individual participants will receive a wild Montana Grizzly paint job for their truck if they travel to 12 of the 15 Montana communities.

A “secret project” that SCS had been working on with the truck manufacturer Western Star was also revealed two days ago.

It involved an in-game version of the Western Star 57X, whose real-world counterpart was also made public on that day. Whether or not you choose to take up Montana, the new truck is yours for nothing.

With Montana, SCS Software is revisiting its own past since the state was featured in the 18 Wheels of Steel series long before Euro Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator became improbable Steam hits.

Additionally, they’re still hiding Easter eggs for the public in regular updates, giving vigilant truck drivers a reason to keep driving.