Move aside Fallout 4, there’s a new open world to explore. By truck.
Life in the wasteland can be tough, but it’s life on the road that separates the men from the boys.
If you have ever wanted to be a small independent hauler, the game you’ve dreamed of is revving up for release later this month.
Developed by the folks at kunst-stoff, TruckSim gives you chance to indulge in a multitude of challenging tasks as you drive across an open world spanning 310 in-game miles. The game takes in the highways and cities of Central and Western Europe, including London, Milan and Paris.
Aspiring haulage magnates will begin their transportation career with a rickety vintage truck before progressing to add better trucks to their expanding fleet of vehicles. The game features seven – yes seven – trucks, licensed by German manufacturer MAN, along with eight – yes eight – different trailers.
Talking of trailers, TruckSim’s launch trailer will leave you with a beautiful ear worm.
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TruckSim will be available in the Apple App Store as well as on Google Play on November 25th priced at £2.49/€2.99.
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