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Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 02 Dec 2018 14:44
by xXCARL1992Xx
looks good ? problems with you eye ?

the game looks awful, and even published by StayAway (PlayWay) so even more a reason to "Stay Away" from it :lol:

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 09 Dec 2018 06:44
by jaws
@flight50, why quote me? Maybe i need to repeat myself for you to read it?
First, it's not a real truck sim, it's a survival game and could never be a "competitor" to ETS2/ATS.
Why? Cause there are Loads of people that Hate survival games!
There is 0% to discuss about it and i wont reply another time.

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 16 Sep 2019 02:45
by Neranjana
:D :o

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 16 Sep 2019 14:00
by TwinShadow
Still doesn't look like an appealing game. lol... Some of the models at the beginning seem like fine CG work, for 2010 standards. XD I mean, it looks kinda low budget to me, but then again, the publisher is PlayWay, so honestly, I don't really have any real hope for the game.

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 12 Jul 2020 12:16
by LPS
More news on game being posted.

Latest news showing I think, first ever truck simulator from these new releases allowing to interact with the truck.

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 13 Jul 2020 17:03
by akima
I'm excited about it. My only hope is that they allow the player to dial down the survival stuff. If the non-trucking elements are just fun little things you could do, I'd like that. If they are a constant pressure to actually "survive" then I'm out.

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 19 Sep 2020 23:23
by GT182
I wouldn't play it even if it was given to me. Doesn't look like it will hurt SCS, unless they come up with something SCS hasn't thought of. One question. Does Alaska have highways like shown in the video of a narrow trail with a drop off into nothingness? If there is, they're nothing like what was in the 2 videos. I'd expect something like "Ice Road Truckers". That's more believable than what I saw in the Alaskan Truck Simulator's videos. That road looked like it was from the Andes Mountains, or in India and/or Pakistan. I must admit tho that their graphics as pretty darned good and realistic. That said I still wouldn't buy it.

On the other hand it looks like they have flat tires and need to do maintenance. I've run over 1400 loads with 2 profiles in ATS and not had a flat tire, done an oil change, or any other bit maintenance on any truck I've driven. To me it hurts the immersion of a so-called, as the title states it is, "simulation". Other than that , ATS has come a long ways since I started playing it. I'm glad I fought for the air hoses and electrical cord from the truck it the trailer. A few said it couldn't be done, but SCS found a way. :D

Re: Alaskan Truck Simulator

Posted: 23 Sep 2020 10:12
by Kool
The idea is really cool, the ability to leave the truck, and the 'dangerous' drives seem really cool. But the execution seems.. Poor, the quality seems rather low, the unlicensed trucks and graphics make it look like a game that should have released on console a generation ago.