Friday, November 21, 2014

DLC Scandinavia signs in progress

Today we would like to show you a glimpse on an element of ETS2: Scandinavia assets that we are currently finalizing. Populating the game world with signs that look real and make sense is a task requiring hundreds of man-hours of careful work. We dedicate a lot of attention to this feature of the game, after all there are players who challenge themselves to journey the world without the use of built-in Route Advisor GPS unit, and we had better make sure it is possible.

For DLC Scandinavia, we want the raise the quality bar with signs as well. Check out a compilation of a subset of new navigation signs:


60 comments:

  1. Good job, guys! Those do actually look like that in real life. Love from Oslo <3

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  2. I'll echo what the others have stated, the signs look great! SCS continues to raise the bar.

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  3. How about adding the numbers for amount of kilometers to drive untill you rich a city? For example: 'Warszawa 60'. Just a suggestion, keep up the great work!

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  4. Would be if they could be read. Anyone know how far North this pack goes?????

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  5. Looks great. Danish signs look authentic that's for sure :)

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  6. Good work SCS! But you could also modify/add some signs to the actual map. There are signs missing like they for rest areas. They are all the same everywhere. Or some directional signs in some countries that shows 2 rows for one direction but in reality is there only one. Please correct it.

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  7. Nice work.. guys too hope you guys read this.. i have notice the sign of the speed limit is not always the same some places like this exemple the sign says 100 and GPS says 84 and another place was 30 sign but on GPS 48.. please fix that also too please :)

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    1. All correct.
      100 for automobile, but 84 for truck.
      30 mile/hour = 48 km/hour

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  8. I can see Oslo, Drammen and Stavanger in Norway. I'm guessing we will see Kristiansand, Bergen, Trondheim, Hamar and Fredrikstad as well? :)

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  9. http://www.bt.no/nyheter/trafikk/Test-ut-Bergens-forste-100-grense-3245715.html
    Tour around new road E39 Os - Bergen (Norwegian news website) click the play button and wait for commercial to end. Could you put this in the dlc?

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  10. Give us winter. New Year is coming and we would like to see some snow!

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    1. Good idea and ofcourse the trouble it brings with it like longer braking distance

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  11. what about navigation speack,that is great...

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    1. Yeaah!! This should be awesome!!! ;)
      Great ideia!

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  12. i want to see croatia and bosnia and herzegovina in the game

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    1. make them and contact me ... BIH is not in EU ... lol ...

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  13. Travel the world of ETS2 without using the route advisor is another thing, much more fun !

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  14. We need a Sat-Nav in the Mercedes!!!

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  15. ETS2 -> worlds biggest road sign simulator! Yeah!

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  16. I bought all DLC's, and i want more! I cant wait too long :3

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  17. This looks fantastic! Great job SCS!

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  18. Pol: Fajnie to wygląda ale czy będzie Drammen ?
    Eng: It even looks cool but will Drammen ?
    Czech: Je to dokonce vypadá v pohodě, ale bude Drammen ?

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  19. great job well done al scs team please give us news of ats with his ingame video would be great and give us the patience to wait essere thank you all for your worked if I could I make a visit viennerait and you complain in front of you made great job scs game I play hard depuit truck and I did not stop to go as soon bon courage for later

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  20. DLC Scandinavia cannot into Norway or Finland so ..?

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  21. I hope we get to see finland aswell <3 love from finland

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  22. Dear SCS, you can see photos from Denmark and Norway? up to this point you upload photos from Sweden.

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  23. This looks really good! Keep up the good work SCS! :)

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  24. Renault truck jumps over Lotus F1 car and sets Guinness record [video]

    83 feet and 7 inches

    EMC teamed up with the Lotus F1 Team and managed to take down the Guinness World Record for a truck jump.
    The record-breaking attempt took place on November 6 at Bentwaters Park, Suffolk in United Kingdom and behind the wheel of the truck was stuntman Mike Ryan (UK). He managed to jump the huge semi-truck no less than 83 feet and 7 inches over a moving Lotus Formula 1 car driven by Martin Ivanov, also a reputable stuntman.
    Needless to say, this was done for publicity purposes to increase EMC's awareness, a cloud computing and data management company that collaborates with the Lotus F1 Team. The fact that they broke the Guinness World Record for a truck jump was certainly a nice bonus.
    Source: EMC and Lotus F1 Team

    http://youtu.be/TVBcEg6klJI

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  26. These particular signs must be everywhere, as well as "real" highway junctions and crossroads (in a future DLC, it takes time, i know).
    And if possible, diversity in how companies are showing across different cities.

    Till then, please add a second speed for window wipers, and fog lights...and sideskirts where missing.

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  27. Really looking forward to this DLC!

    Noticed a few errors in the signs, maybe they're not completely finished yet?
    I guess the text is only a placerholder, but you've spelled "VÄSTERÅS" wrong (VÄSTERÄS) on "board hw e str right e".

    And the "hw exit sr" and "hw exit sr Ecity" (F7 avfartsvisare) has the wrong angle on the angled part. The angle should be about 30 degrees, see: https://www.transportstyrelsen.se/sv/Vag/Vagmarken/Lokaliseringsmarken-for-vagvisning/Avfartsvisare/

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  28. very happy scs is taking pains on updating the game... but PLS update the AI traffic system and can add new feature of flappers on back of trailer should move with wind which would look realistic...and of banking of roads....would make it more fun to drive.. this would be appreciated as an update in a real simulator..thank u

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  29. And when comes the DLC-Scandinavia???????

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    1. amazon is saying 4 of feb http://www.amazon.co.uk/Euro-Truck-Simulator-Scandinavia-Add-/dp/B00M6SFN9W/ref=sr_1_3?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1416843978&sr=1-3&keywords=american+truck+simulator

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    2. Amazon are guessing, just like they have for ATS for the last year or so. Until SCS release the date, Amazon don't have a heads up. It's a made up date to get people to pre-order and give them money.

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  30. Weeeee! so let me guess next ATS post will be screenshots and words like "our team is still working hard" ....

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  31. I hope the signs will first and foremost match the number of lanes as modelled in the game world, and only match real roads as long as the first requirement is met.

    Also, please keep the sign textures uncompressed (as before), so that they can be clearly read from a great distance.

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  32. Fast sell dlc , me ready to buy ��

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  33. Awesome. Please update about ATS.

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  34. What the game really need - more reflective signs at night. When driving on country roads, it's very easy to lose necessary turn on a crossroad, because the signs are not visible until they are in a few meters distance. You're talking about driving without advisor - for me it's almost impossible... If I want reach my destination in time and not blinding constantly all traffic with my headlights.

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  35. The Scandinavian road signs look very realistic.Great artwork SCS!

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  37. Great job, guys! What is the release date?

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  38. Hello,
    How can I get this map with Scandinavian routes, roads ?
    Thanks !

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