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Euro Truck Simulator 2 : Cargo Truck Games
Euro Truck Simulator 2 : Cargo Truck Games review
Euro Truck Simulator 2 is a simulator game in which you play as a truck driver. Your task is to deliver all kinds of cargo between more than 60 real European cities, including cities from Germany, Poland or the UK. Start with just one truck and expand your empire, hiring drivers and purchasing vehicles that you can additionally customize with various spare parts.
Euro Truck World
The world of Euro Truck Simulator 2 is surprisingly huge and realistic: the game allows you to visit an impressive variety of European countries. The list includes Germany, Poland, Italy, the UK, and so on – and there are DLCs that add even more cities, allowing you to see Eastern Europe as well. While these locations are not copies of their real counterparts, the overall style of architecture is recognizable, and even minor things like weather or soil color suit the impression.
However, the lack of real cities does not mean that the game world lacks character: there are hundreds of real landmarks that are scattered across the map, and seeing one of them on one of your ventures is a real treat. The game has a special Photo Mode that allows you to capture the best sights and share them online with members of the community.
You can travel across all of the 60 cities available freely – there are no strict limitations. Just find some contract, load the cargo and hit the road. The road networks are based on the real ones, so you’ll always feel just like you were actually driving a multi-ton truck. You’re going to see cities and quiet suburban areas, picturesque countryside and endless highways with fully functional interjections. The Euro Truck Simulator 2 world is a game design masterpiece, and it’s probably its greatest feature.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 also has a business aspect that allows you to become more than a humble truck driver. As you complete missions and save up money, you can unlock additional vehicles and additional garages for them – and then you can hire other drivers to build your own truck fleet. This feature makes the game surprisingly deep: now you can switch between meditative driving and managing your empire in a matter of seconds.
The game does not have any clear goal – it’s up to you to decide whether you want to build the greatest truck fleet or just see all of the landmarks with your own eyes. Or you can just use it to spend a couple of hours on relaxed virtual driving. All in all, it’s hard to find a better driving simulator even now, after about eight years after the original release.
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