Development on version 2.x (Italy edition)

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12 Aug 2017 20:25

I bet we will see at least Sardinia or Sicily due to the ferry line.
However sicily is the more likely scenario as it is SO close to the mainland and bigger in area and population [correct me if I am wrong]
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12 Aug 2017 20:34

I hope, that rebuild will be better as in old France :)

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12 Aug 2017 20:58

I believe too that sicily will be probably in the dlc. Corsica was't included in the France dlc. So why should they include Sardinia?
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12 Aug 2017 21:01

I think SCS will focus on main industrial nodes and cities. I hope that they include Palermo.

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13 Aug 2017 01:04

Hopefully Italy dlc including Mont Blanc tunnel and rebuilt Milan and Turin
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13 Aug 2017 08:12

All we can do is sit and wait ;)

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13 Aug 2017 14:13

Kobra2112 wrote:
12 Aug 2017 19:58
We can't expect anything more than a touchup of the areas that we already have though. I wouldn't even hold your breath for Sicily... I would say they'll probably just head down a little past Rome and call it a day, though I hope I'm wrong.
I don't know if you all have realized that in the 7th photo of the Italia DLC there is the entrance of a city called "Cassino", located 136 km down Rome.
The photo of the ferry might be (in my opinion) Civitavecchia which goes to Corse and Sardegna as well as other places.
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14 Aug 2017 10:19

I hope SCS don't overblow the cities. While it's quite something, coast-to-coast journey would feel less far away as Italy is a peninsula...

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14 Aug 2017 13:14

CptCaribbean wrote:
13 Aug 2017 14:13
I don't know if you all have realized that in the 7th photo of the Italia DLC there is the entrance of a city called "Cassino", located 136 km down Rome.
7th photo? I only count 6... :?
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14 Aug 2017 13:16

MandelSoft wrote:
14 Aug 2017 13:14
CptCaribbean wrote:
13 Aug 2017 14:13
I don't know if you all have realized that in the 7th photo of the Italia DLC there is the entrance of a city called "Cassino", located 136 km down Rome.
7th photo? I only count 6... :?
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