Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Lyon Reskin

We are always excited to show our community what changes and updates we are working on in our upcoming updates. Today we want to focus on one of the more noticeable changes drivers can expect to see when driving through the Euro Truck Simulator 2 world.

The city of Lyon is the third-largest city in France after Paris and Marseille and is an important hub for transportation and logistics across the country. Today we are happy to share with you that Lyon will be receiving a major reskin, giving it a fresh and up-to-date look. So what exactly has been changed? Let's take a closer look! 

As you can see from these comparison shots, a lot has changed! In fact, a majority of the city layout has been reworked to make it more realistic and true to life. Previously, drivers would use junctions and bridges that were not suitable for heavy trucks, we have now updated these areas to include the routes that truckers actually use to enter and exit Lyon and its surrounding industrial areas. 

To make this possible, we added 4 new junctions, two of which lead to areas where drivers can load and unload from local industries.  We have also added 3 new Landmarks, the Viaduc de Perrache, the Musée des Confluences, and the Groupama Stadium, along with giving our older Landmarks already present around Lyon a facelift.

Many of the older vegetation models such as trees and wildflowers have been replaced with newer ones, which gives the city a completely new look in terms of natural beauty. Road signs and roads, in general, have also been updated with more accurate, realistic, and detailed textures. While many of the major changes are quite obvious, we will leave it up to you to explore Lyon for yourself to spot them all!

We look forward to sharing more with you about what we are working on for future updates! Watch this space and keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest news and announcements. 

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