SCS General Discussion Thread

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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39901 Post by automaton » 15 Apr 2024 22:01

The E-Tech T will be treated as a completely new truck.
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39902 Post by Some newbie driver » 15 Apr 2024 22:51

I'm sure the T and the E-T (insert here all the jokes you want) will be two separate trucks at all purposes.

And most probably we will NOT see those new interiors in the conventional T. Are they even available IRL for the conventional T?
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39903 Post by automaton » 15 Apr 2024 23:10

If their brochure is to be believed, yes.
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39904 Post by VirtualTruckTravels » 16 Apr 2024 08:58

SqrlNuts wrote: 15 Apr 2024 18:36 "THEM THERE SPRITES ARE REPETATORY!!"

"Yes, but we only have limited budget to hire only the needed staff to keep the game price low.."

"WHY DO THE TREES AND ROCKS MATCH???"

"We understand that the community wants realism but we also want to keep costs of our title managable."

"I WOULD PAY MORE FOR BETTER TEXTURE ON MY 2000 Watt COMPUTER"

"Yes, but; the largest segment of our clientele runs a system that is 5-10 years old and usually runs the last version of the current operating system offered. We are trying to balance our creativity with the budgets and system requirements of our largest customer base segment."
candidate of most cringe comment so far this year....
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39905 Post by alluke » 16 Apr 2024 10:29

The Scania Demo Center is a god's gift :D

I've been doing experiments with full Double trailers and so far this configuration is only one that has made it to the top

6x2 midlift with driven front axle and raised suspension
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39906 Post by Aziz » 16 Apr 2024 10:55

Mom can we have mudrunner?
We've got mudrunner at home
Mudrunner at home:
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39908 Post by Some newbie driver » 16 Apr 2024 14:31

alluke making somebody hold his beer. :P
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39909 Post by SashaLuganskiy » 16 Apr 2024 15:09

Lovely ETS2&ATS and Fan of SCS Software)
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Re: SCS General Discussion Thread

#39910 Post by SomeNordGuy » 16 Apr 2024 16:53

VirtualTruckTravels wrote: 16 Apr 2024 08:58
SqrlNuts wrote: 15 Apr 2024 18:36 "THEM THERE SPRITES ARE REPETATORY!!"

"Yes, but we only have limited budget to hire only the needed staff to keep the game price low.."

"WHY DO THE TREES AND ROCKS MATCH???"

"We understand that the community wants realism but we also want to keep costs of our title managable."

"I WOULD PAY MORE FOR BETTER TEXTURE ON MY 2000 Watt COMPUTER"

"Yes, but; the largest segment of our clientele runs a system that is 5-10 years old and usually runs the last version of the current operating system offered. We are trying to balance our creativity with the budgets and system requirements of our largest customer base segment."
candidate of most cringe comment so far this year....
Something must be lost in the translation.

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