American Truck Simulator is still trucking along and doing a fine job at that. It's fresh off a noteworthy update that improved a lot of things, such as the ability to open and close windows and a more detailed sound system. Even in 2020, this truck simulation game keeps getting better and more realistic. \n \nIt looks like another content update is happening with American Truck Simulator according to a recent teaser trailer. It shows a new environment, but it doesn't give an exactly location. Instead, the developer SCS Software wants fans to guess its whereabouts. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=dv41nJJ5HQ4 \n \nLooking at the visuals from the trailer, there are mountain terrains, forests, and even flat fields that seem to go on for miles. Not many states have this terrain diversity, so already, two states come to mind. Colorado and Montana. Both are probably choices for this newest location. \n \nWhichever state these environments are in, they look well-detailed. That's always been an amazing aspect of American Truck Simulator. You can visit roads that actually stretch across the United States. That design takes the realism factor up even more. Instead of putting your life on the loan and spending hours on hauls, you can get the real-life feel of being a trucker in this game. \n \nThere are so many passionate fans of this game and you can bet they'll be jumping for excitement with these new areas to truck across. Cruising along the windy roads on a mountain side just has the makings of a fun road adventure. You'll have to dial in your turns and be fully accustomed to your rig before doing so, though. \n \nIf you have yet to experience this game's realism and intricate details, there's never been a better time than now. There aren't many bugs that can hinder your trucking experiences, and the developer has constantly improved various departments over the years. \n \nYou'll be able to see United States like never before one truck job at a time. The developer also masterfully created the driving mechanics. A lot of skill and precision are required to come away from a haul without any major damage to your rig. That just keeps you locked in the moment and makes this game all the better. \n \nWith these new areas to explore, you can bet there will be many returning users and those experiencing American Truck Simulator for the first time. Let's see how long the developer goes before revealing the official location of these roads. Keep those guesses coming in.