Euro Truck Simulator 2

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Euro Truck Simulator 2

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Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS2)

Price: €19.99 (Goes on sale regularly)

Platforms: PC, Mac and Linux

Demo: Available only on PC

What is Euro Truck Simulator 2?

ETS2 is a truck driving game which allows players to explore and deliver things across Europe. The game allows players to create and manage their own delivery business as well as work for other in-game companies. Most of all it allows players to explore the continent. The game has a career mode and free play.


– More than 60 cities to work in, deliver to and explore

– Career mode: Level up and earn your reputation as a driver. Make deliveries for other companies and eventually establish your  own business.

– Free Play: Drive at your own pace to any location. Explore and discover new places.

– Customise every inch of your truck

– Real road networks with famous landmarks and attractions

– Many hours of driving (a delivery from one country to another may take up to 30 minutes!)

– Establish and manage your own delivery company

– Hire and fire drivers, establish headquarters all over Europe

– Real truck brands

– Choose between realistic driving or typical arcade driving

– Great wheel and controller support

– Dynamic weather and day/night cycles

– Listen to real time radio stations of your choice from the cities and countries included in the game


Pros and Cons

ETS2 is the type of game where the player can just sit back and expect to drive for many hours on end. The dynamic weather and day/night cycles provides for a rich and enhanced gameplay experience. However, ETS2 is not exactly your typical simulator meaning that even in the most realistic mode of driving, the arcade-ish feeling is still there.

Despite its many features, the game can get buggy. Sometimes the AI doesn’t do as it should, this can get frustrating because they either slow the game down or take all the realism away from it. Additionally, the driving distances are very long so occasionally the game can feel empty but this is only when the AI is behaving out of context. Though the upside to this is that the game is updated regularly to solve these issues.

With all its flaws aside, the game can be immersive, but more than anything else, the game is relaxing to play. However, if you are looking for an action packed game of any sort, avoid ETS2.


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Euro Truck Simulator 2 by Joshua Livingston is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.