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American Truck Simulator Colorado Announced

Following a not terribly subtle tease, the SCS Software Blog officially announces plans for a Colorado add-on for American Truck Simulator. They say this and their Idaho DLC are both expected by the end of the year, though this may end up changing due to COVID-19. Here's the Steam Listing, and here's a bit on the plan, but remember, please don't operate your truck while you're rocky mountain high:
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 putting those theories to rest...
Introducing Colorado for American Truck Simulator

Home to some of the country's tallest mountains, a wide variety of biomes and an array of unique industries; this map expansion will bring beautiful landscapes and new road networks for drivers to explore and deliver to.

But where did the name Colorado originate from? The origin of the word actually comes from the Spanish language, which means 'colored red'. This name was chosen for the territory by U.S congress in 1861, which may be the reason why the state received the nickname of 'Colorful Colorado'. However, many believe it received this nickname because of the magnificent scenery of mountains, rivers and plains you can find across the State.

Colorado is a project that we are currently developing at full capacity in parallel with Idaho DLC; of course, our Euro Truck Simulator 2 fans know that there are yet more projects in production! At the moment, our aim is to complete and release Colorado a few months after Idaho, tentatively towards the end of this year. Please note, however, that due to extraordinary circumstances we face during this time, this timeframe may change.