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 on: 2021-01-17 22:56:25 
Started by HulkbowSMASH - Last post by timmelon
A lot of noise ;D.

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:54:50 
Started by AnyPoneDrawn - Last post by timmelon
His avatar have cleaned the nose for more than 20 thousand times, if you count the total time online ;D.

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:37:56 
Started by HulkbowSMASH - Last post by FlemishCap
Motorcycle!

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:37:36 
Started by AnyPoneDrawn - Last post by FlemishCap
Is a talented artist.

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:30:32 
Started by Silverwing - Last post by AnyPoneDrawn
Eventually we will also have tiny states on the east coast (they could also do many states in a year this way too).  That will be interesting as to how they shrink things down.  It will probably seem more like an ETS2 map with more highways and only major cities with very little in-between.  We've been lucky with the larger western states.

Good point.  I never really thought about how condensed the map will be when they head out east and how much smaller they will be.  States like Rhode Island might only have one marked city or two.... wow.  How will they do that? Kinda a scary thought.

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:29:25 
Started by Silverwing - Last post by FlemishCap
ut is it possible they could do 3 states in a year?  States that aren't as geographically diverse?  Wyoming is a start.

It could be very possible based on the speed they have been shown to make things, especially when you have states like Oklahoma, South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, etc.

That said, I wouldn't expect it though.

Eventually we will also have tiny states on the east coast (they could also do many states in a year this way too).  That will be interesting as to how they shrink things down.  It will probably seem more like an ETS2 map with more highways and only major cities with very little in-between.  We've been lucky with the larger western states. 

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:27:06 
Started by Silverwing - Last post by AnyPoneDrawn
Does that mean they will have to go back to BOTH older maps ETS2 and ATS to improve buildings and locations for the new game engine?  Will it just be done over time?  Do we even know?

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:15:38 
Started by Silverwing - Last post by timmelon
Well, three US states and one European region seem to be a bearable task for SCS, but only if they will not make another game engine improvement, which can delay the release of these DLCs like new lighting did with Iberia.

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:05:02 
Started by Silverwing - Last post by AnyPoneDrawn
I'm excited about Iberia.  I know that one has to be coming out first... but I think SCS is much further in the development of Wyoming than we think.  I don't want to raise false alarms... but is it possible they could do 3 states in a year?  States that aren't as geographically diverse?  Wyoming is a start.

Will the year Texas comes out be a two state year?  I mean Texas is big... but it's geography isn't all that diverse.  Should be easier to make roads along flat lands with some scenery compared to something like Colorado, Washington, or Oregon, lol.  Those are much more geographically diverse.

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 on: 2021-01-17 22:00:40 
Started by Smiles2us - Last post by AnyPoneDrawn
The big smart dog... because it's smart. :)

If you had a HUD that showed three stats about any person you looked at, what three stats would you want it to show?

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