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#1151 Post by Larry71490 » 09 Aug 2020 13:41

I actually agree with @Sora as well. I prefer the fake companies as well. But the immersion killer is a hopper botttom or food tanker loading or delivering to Wallbert.

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#1152 Post by harishw8r » 10 Aug 2020 09:28

Did anyone prepare a list of the possible marked cities of Colorado? Can someone please share the link? Thanks in advance.
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#1153 Post by flight50 » 10 Aug 2020 09:32

I have seen a couple of Colorado maps so far around here. I’d have do a serach for them myself just to find them though.

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#1154 Post by Freeze338 » 11 Aug 2020 07:43

Haven't watched stream but saw a post on internet. Did they really delayed Colorado release date?

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#1155 Post by flight50 » 11 Aug 2020 12:46

Not exactly. Pavel just said that Colorado might not make it out this year. This was said on the Idaho stream when he was a guest. Of course the plan is to get it out, but there is no promise of it. There are many months between July and December. At this point, we don't know how complete Colorado is. But as the months come and go, more progress will be shown.
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#1156 Post by FrancescoMasci » 11 Aug 2020 13:09

I'm quite sure that Colorado will be dalayed. Idaho was released a month later than Washington the previous year and probably a month later than they planned.

Even if SCS adapted to working at home during the lockdown, I think the development time will take a bit longer. Now, Utah was released at the beginning of November, so it might be possible a release in December (depending on when Iberia is going to come out) and that's what they will probably aim. It would be suicide to release a DLC in January and February, so I think either December or March.

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Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

#1157 Post by fra_ba » 11 Aug 2020 14:53

I'm not sure that delay was due to covid thing or was it because of fewer developers worked on Idaho

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#1158 Post by flight50 » 11 Aug 2020 18:20

Each state is different. You can't go by previous release dates because you never know when things started. Jakub just said on today's stream that SCS can do production at home very well. He also said what doesn't work well is development. Meaning new ideas and communicating thoughts. So I wouldn't mark off Colorado just yet.

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#1159 Post by Fae » 13 Aug 2020 03:54

Recently I remembered something ... Colorado would not be complete without AI traffic in the mountains of old model buses pulling trailers with rafts on them.

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I literally cannot drive through the mountains of Colorado at all without seeing tons of them. Our state is unique for these. Other states have rafting buses but not as cool as ours :)
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Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

#1160 Post by Xaagon » 13 Aug 2020 05:52

Oh yeah, I've seen lots of those buses in the summer. I think I've seen them along the Rio Grande in northern New Mexico too, but those may have originated in Colorado for all I know. If not actually in moving traffic these would still be an excellent addition to the roadside parked AI.

I'd also like to see the Mack R-model trucks with the tanks seen at oil wells in Utah to be in Colorado. Would be a bonus to get those as moving AI traffic. We have lots of those in Colorado. I think they mostly haul water here.

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