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After much guessing and debate, many of you came to the conclusion of which state we showcased in our recent teaser trailer. Today we are excited to share with you the U.S State which will be arriving next... 

Introducing Wyoming for American Truck Simulator


Wyoming may be one of the least populated states in the U.S, but that doesn't mean that it lacks spectacular places to visit and see. Home to some of the country's most breathtaking national parks, Wyoming is best known for its red-walled gorges, hot springs, historic prairie towns, pioneer history, and historical attractions.


So why the Bison? Wyoming designated the American bison as the official state mammal in 1985, and to this day you can still find large herds of them grazing across the prairies and protected land which is designated for the conservation of wild bison since their decline across the U.S. 


We are happy to share with you these very early development screenshots from Wyoming! Plus as you can see, all of them taken in the new light system. Please be double sure to keep in mind that everything shown is under heavy development and might not represent the final product.


We look forward to sharing more development news about Wyoming in the future; and the beautiful landscapes and new road networks that will arrive with it. Please keep in mind, that this DLC has only just begun to take shape. 


Until then, however, be sure to check out the official Wyoming Steam store page with early-development screenshots, and if you wish to support us, be sure to add Wyoming to your Steam Wishlist! 


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Really looking forward to this and all upcoming states! SCS keeps getting better and better with their map DLC through Attention to Detail and just the overall feeling of their maps. The Cities look and feel like a actual town instead of a square road with buildings just tossed around, the mountains and hills actually require some shifting and braking to keep at a safe speed instead of slowing down while coasting. The only comment I have is that I hope they bring in Livestock trailers and make them ownable with this state! Great work SCS, thrilled for the Future!

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