The long-awaited update for American Truck Simulator, Arizona DLC is finally released!
The most important news is that despite its previous statements SCS Software has made this update free! Expand American Truck Simulator game world now without paying a penny for it.
So what exactly awaits us in Arizona DLC? A whole bunch of everuthing! The first of these is, of course, a map of Arizona, with 15 new cities, great views of the Colorado river and the Grand Canyon and the famous Route 66. By the way, check out the trailer for the new state, if you haven't seen it yet:
But this isn't all! As we already informed you in our previous articles, the developers have added some major changes for the World of Trucks, new realistic coupling system (which, fortunately for novices, is optional) and much more. Read the full changelog of the list below.
- Improved external jobs support in the game.
- Realistic coupling system (optional).
- Added external jobs.
- New state: Arizona.
- Blinker automatic shut-off can now be disabled.
- Speeding highlight can now be disabled.
- Torque converter simulation has been significantly improved.
- Improved auto transmission behavior.
- Added XInput support - custom support for XBox controller.
- Added UI support for fourth and fifth controller.
- Gear shift selectors now have UI support.
- New accessories for Peterbilt 579 and Kenworth T680.
- Default horn attached to all trucks.
- New engine sound for Kenworth W900.
- Reworked interior sounds for all trucks.
- Added new road from San Rafael to Eureka, plus a new city of Ukiah on this road.
- Damage parameters moved out from game_data.sii and replaced with other parameters.
- Data driven engine (torque curve, rpm limit).
- Added file force_feedback.sii.
- Added torque converter physics data.
- Changed settings of wheels and axles.
Visit the update page on Steam in order to more clearly see what awaits you in Arizona! Share your views about the new state in the comments and don't forget our website is available for download a lot of trucks for American Truck Simulator
. Moreover, it's absolutely for free and doesn't require registration.