The new DLC for American Truck Simulator comes along, and this time focused on New Mexico, where we will be able to enjoy a lot of unique natural scenery that will accompany us during all the journeys…We will be able to visit emblematic areas such as Albuquerque, the commercial stalls with little population, rest stops in the middle of the desert, exuberant forests and mountain ranges. We will be able to cross Rio Grande, visit the Carson National Forest, Baylor Peak, Pyramid Rock and other emblematic natural monuments, all reproduced in detail. During the long treks through these wilderness lands, we will have many stops available to refuel and replenish energy.
With an enormous number of areas and diverse nature including deserts, high plains and mountains, we will have at our disposal a total of 4,000 miles of new roads, 14 major cities, 11 rest stops, new 3D graphics assets, achievements and much more. Remember that to access this DLC you need to have the American Truck Simulator base game installed in your Steam account.
American Truck Simulator: New Mexico is hugely enjoyable, and if you didn't nod off while driving before, the vast expanse of New Mexico and its assorted highways is a must for any ATS fan.
Big Rigging through a small town with a big reputation. So pull your air horn and ease on down the road, though maybe wait for a sale because it’s a little pricey for what it is.
A beautifully crafted piece of American continent that can‘t bore – mainly thanks to the details. Nothing more, nothing less. [Issue#282]
Veteran truckers have been on the way to New Mexico for some time, so they do not need my recommendation. But if you hesitate to join them and you want to make sure you get an adequate portion of fun for your money, there's no reason to hesitate any longer. New Mexico is still the same good game, this time again a little bigger.
July 20, 2017
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