So thanks to Euro Truck Simulator and American Truck Simulator, I’m kinda into medium/heavy trucks now. And the creepy, privacy-invading algorithm that is Google must be aware of this, because these two videos showed up in my “recommended for you” on YouTube.
That’s…that’s really impressive. This could be a really useful feature, especially if it’s automatic and will apply in cases where, say, the driver falls asleep.
(I am now subscribed to the “Volvo Trucks” YouTube channel).
Edit: a Scania!
I want one of those sad little fabric cars, too.
Me: I am sad.
Me: *buys three DLC packs for Euro Truck Simulator 2*
Me: I’m still sad, but at least now I have cool trucks.
It’s serious, dudes. Like, I spent part of my afternoon looking up racing/driving game steering wheels, pedals, and gear shifts that I could use for ETS because I HAVE A PROBLEM.
I like these.
I’d go for it because I’m pretty sure I won’t be getting tired of ETS any time soon, but 1) expensive toys are expensive and 2) I’m not sure how well they’d work with a desk setup rather than a racing rig setup.
But I can dream, right?
I just spent $49,000 to further customize and upgrade my truck in ETS2. It’s super awesome now.
(Yes, I’m still obsessed with this game)
Read the title.
You: “A trucking simulator? Really?”
You: “But that sounds boring.”
Me: “SORRY, I CAN’T HEAR YOU OVER MY SCANIA”
It’s very fun. Very relaxing. I delivered beets to Kiel. I only crashed into a few cars. Europe has too many roundabouts.
Have a video! Not mine, obviously.
Super fun, seriously.
Edit: SCREW YOU AND YOUR BACKWARDS WAYS, ENGLAND! SCREW YOU SCREW YOU SCREW YOU