Sunday, July 3, 2022

Montana - Glacier National Park

It is safe to say that a lot of US states have one national park that is, so to speak, the main natural attraction of the area. For Montana DLC, this area is undoubtedly the famous Glacier National Park, so let’s take a look at which parts you can look forward to seeing and driving through in the upcoming map expansion.

According to archeological evidence, Native Americans first arrived in the Glacier area about 10,000 years ago, and it wasn’t until 1910 that this area was established as a national park in order to recognize its natural beauty. After all, if we go back even further before the moment humans set foot in these woods, some of the local glaciers date back to more than 20,000 years ago. And certainly, the name was chosen for the glaciers that produced the landscape.

Apart from glaciers, mountains, and valleys, the Glacier National Park covers approximately 1.4 million acres in real life, so it is no wonder you will be able to see some interesting areas in the DLC while driving through the scenic mountain road Going-to-the-sun that will be adjusted to our scale but still faithful to its entire route. Places such as Apgar Village, Lake McDonald, Logan Pass Visitor Center, or views like Mt. Oberlin, Pollock Mountain, and Reynolds Mountain, will all be there for you to witness. After this magnificent journey, the road will conclude at the settlement of St. Mary.

Fair warning, trucks with trailers are prohibited from entering some parts of the park, so you should always be on the lookout when you are approaching the area. In the real world, some of these roads require a special permit issued by an appropriate local government agency, but in our game, it will be reminiscent of what we have done previously with the Yellowstone National Park, which means you will receive a fine in case you go through the checkpoint with a trailer or cargo.

We hope this information and the wonderful screenshots managed to provide additional fuel to the ongoing hype train! If you want to make sure you have your seat reserved on it, visit the Steam page of Montana DLC and add the map expansion to your Steam Wishlist. Also, to never miss out on anything important, you can also follow our social media profiles (TwitterInstagramFacebookTikTok), subscribe to our newsletter, or check out our Montana microsite.

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