American Truck Simulator developer SCS Software has released a new blog post detailing some of the upcoming Oklahoma DLC's cities and settlements. As you can probably imagine, the developer has done its homework, and the cities look pretty true to life, so truckin' around them should be darn satisfying.
In the blog post, SCS reveals more about four of the cities and settlements that will be coming at some point in the near future. The first city detailed in the post is Woodward, which has a population of over 15,000 people and which has "a lot of charm, history, and work for drivers in the state", according to SCS.
Next up, it's Clinton's time to shine. This city is small, but it's located on Route 66, so it gets a lot of traffic. There are lots of contracts here, making it a busy hub for truckers in American Truck Simulator. The third city is Ardmore, named for the Irish phrase "Ard Mór", which means "hills" or "high ground". Finally, SCS shows off McAlester, a bustling city that can trace its roots all the way back to 1869.
As well as the aforementioned four cities, SCS also shows off several Oklahoma cities, which you'll almost certainly know if you're a resident. They include Boise City, Shamrock, and Cushing, the latter of which is apparently known as the "pipeline crossroads of the world" because of its crude oil trade. The more you know!
We don't know when the Oklahoma DLC for American Truck Simulator will be released just yet, but if you want to keep up with the DLC's progress, you can wishlist it on Steam right now. American Truck Simulator is also available to buy on Steam, as are several DLC packs introducing new states like Texas, Wyoming, and Colorado to the game. Stay tuned for more American Truck Simulator news.