Friday, December 29, 2023

Introducing Missouri

Without further ado, it's time we reveal our next U.S. State for American Truck Simulator! From Iconic Landmark Gateways to the Ozark Highlands and the beauties of the Mark Twain National Forest, today we are excited to announce that our team are hard at working creating...

Missouri for American Truck Simulator

Nestled in the heart of the American Midwest, Missouri beckons with a blend of historical significance, natural beauty, and vibrant urban landscapes. Known as the "Show-Me State," Missouri invites visitors to explore its diverse offerings.

The iconic Gateway Arch in St. Louis stands tall, symbolizing westward expansion, while the Ozark Mountains provide a scenic backdrop for outdoor enthusiasts. From the bustling city life of Kansas City to the serene landscapes, Missouri captivates with its unique charm and promises a journey marked by historic sites, such as Mark Twain's birthplace and a taste of authentic American culture. 

Drivers in Missouri will also be the first to see the iconic Mississippi River in American Truck Simulator! As the second-longest river in the United States spanning over 2,000 miles, this impressive waterway flows through 10 different States.

There is no shortage of industries large or small in this state either! Agriculture, Underground Warehouses, Food Industries and more await drivers in Missouri. We look forward to sharing a showcase of them in future blog posts. For now, please keep in mind that everything you see here is still very much a work in progress and may not represent the final product.

Excited to hear more about the development of this upcoming map expansion? Be sure to follow us on Social Media (X/Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and now on Threads!), and to add the Missouri DLC to your Steam Wishlist to keep up with the latest news! Until next time, keep on truckin'.

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