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    SCS have announced that ATS' rendition of California is going to be completely redone, to bring it in line with the quality standards set by the more recent DLC states:

    https://blog.scssoft.com/2021/05/cal...a-dreamin.html

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    Nice one Steve, thanks for the heads up buddy.

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    Thanks Steve.

    Also I didn't realise Colorado was out. Will need to get that ASAP.
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    From what I've seen of Colorado so far, SCS have done a superb job - got to be their best DLC yet. I drove from Durango across to Ouray on the 550 aka Million Dollar Highway and the scenery is jaw dropping.
    Amazed I actually kept the delivery on time with all that sightseeing!
    I must say compared to ETS2, you really feel as if you have been on a journey in ATS. At times it doesn't feel so cut down even though the scale outside towns is something like 1:20. navigating those winding roads, stopping in towns for fuel and of course no roundabouts just the traffic light intersections all adds to the immersion.

    DTG and especially Rivet Games eat your hearts out especially compared to the disaster that is the Arosa Line and your 8 mile Cathcart Circle with one train...
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    Nice screenies Vern, enjoy the scenery buddy.

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    Definitely! Just took another load out of Colorado Springs heading back towards Utah, this time up through Steamboat Springs.

    Brings back happy memories of fly-drive holidays to the USA in the 90's.
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    Said to you about 18 months back i prefered ATS out of the two sims.

    Wavered a bit last year with running Grand Utopia, non stop.

    But since the last ATS DLC release, i have reaffirmed my preference for it again.

    Even with the silly compressed scale. The delivery distances are still a decent length.

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