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Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:22
by Sametbey2
First Screenshot. Guys CO-145 and 62 be in the game?

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:27
by flight50
So Ouray and Steamboat are at the least scenic. I really hope both are mapped though. Ouray or Silverton was one of my thoughts for being mapped on the top of the mountain. It would be nice to deliver something with a purpose on top of Red Mountain instead of just passing thru from I-70 to US-160. This historic feel in these small Colorado towns will be nice. It adds a little historic culture like ETS2 does. I'll take it. Its great when the asset team can give us buildings and landscapes like this. I hope Ouray can be kinda like Port Angeles or Coos Bay. One of those slender towns that is pass thru but at the same time has depots for us to visit.

Pic 3, I am loving the high background mountains. That gives the vibe that you are seriously dwarfed and surrounded by massive mounds of rock.

Pic 4 is soo lush with green. Its so Washington, Idaho green. I am sure people will love this area. That Mack fits well and makes that scene seem so large. I can't wait til seasons to see that scene covered in snow.

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:28
by ThatWeirdTrucker
Pic 19 is so fascinating. I'm assuming it's on I-70.

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:30
by supersobes
@ThatWeirdTrucker Photo 19 looks like it might be I-70 exit 116 in Glenwood Springs.

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:35
by Marcello Julio
Man, it's beautiful all screenshots :D Can see every detail and the effort they put into representing each location!

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:35
by flight50
Onagerlinn wrote:
16 Sep 2020 15:17
Pic 8 of 20....Sterling's in, boys! Marked city!
Its at least scenic for sure. I definitely thinks its mapped to because GM is a depot. That means we get a nice chuck of I-76 from Denver. Anything is better than I-90 in Idaho, lol. I sure hope I-76 gets us to US-6 and over to US-385 or I-76 all the way to US-385. I rather the latter of the two. That way we get all of US-385 along the entire Eastern border of Colorado. I think the Great Plains fairs very well with US-385 in. US-6, uS34, US-36, US-50, I-70, US-287 and US-160 all connect to US-385. That could be major once Texas comes. With so many connections to many parts of Colorado would be sweet.

Pic 10. This is a very minor detail and I am not sure if it already exist, but I love the way the crosswalk lines are worn. They are not fresh as if its new paint. That is awesome detail. It looks a lot more realistic. Everything shouldn't look brand new anyways. We need more wear and tear on these maps.

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:38
by ThatWeirdTrucker
supersobes wrote:
16 Sep 2020 15:30
@ThatWeirdTrucker Photo 19 looks like it might be I-70 exit 116 in Glenwood Springs.
CO-82 confirmed?

More discussion! Thoughts?

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:42
by Xaagon
Wow, a lot to digest in this one...

Yes, photo 19 is looking towards Hotel Colorado on the north side of I-70:
https://www.google.com/maps/@39.5494188 ... 384!8i8192

Photo 13 appears to have a Colorado State University logo, which would imply Fort Collins, but I can't place this building. It appears very typical of the type of recent construction architecture you'll find in Colorado.

Photo 15 is the steel mill in Pueblo from across I-25. I think photo 14 may be the same place from a different angle.

Photo 8 - Sterling is in and will have a General Mills plant!

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:44
by ThatWeirdTrucker
They captured CO so well!

Re: Colorado Discussion Thread

Posted: 16 Sep 2020 15:46
by Xaagon
Photos 2 & 3 are on Main Street in Ouray, different angles from the same spot.

Photo 2
https://www.google.com/maps/@38.0216487 ... 312!8i6656

Photo 3
https://www.google.com/maps/@38.0216487 ... 312!8i6656