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11 Aug 2016 19:03

I have driven from Barcelona to Longyearbyen with absolutely no help of GPS System and travelled across Europe using signage and getting lost few times.

Russia and Norway looked and looks spectacular on my low performance laptop too!
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11 Aug 2016 19:34

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Dude thats one hell of a long drive! If i may ask, how long did it take you to get there? (both IRL and ingame)
IRL it took about 3.5 hours. In-game I think it was something like 125+ hours iirc.
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11 Aug 2016 20:54

Lugge-Trucker wrote:There is way too much traffic up there, in my opinion. I was stuck in a huge traffic jam up there, which is not very realistic, I guess.
It is when you cross into a non-Schengen zone. If you look at the wait times for crossing from Poland - Ukraine for example, it takes hours!
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11 Aug 2016 21:03

You cannot compare a border crossing at the Polish-Ukrainian border with a border crossing in the far north of Europe. That amount of traffic that I had at the Russian-Norwegian border would be very welcome at any other more populated area, but not in such a remote area, where hardly any people live.

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11 Aug 2016 21:22

Russian border crossings are the pain for passengers and drivers because people can be stuck there for many hours and even days. Of course, that territory is a quite remote, but it is the only way to reach Norway from Russia (or vice versa) directly via major road - I wouldn't be surprised if such traffic congestion existed that far north.
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11 Aug 2016 21:44

Never thought I would drive in Kirkenes in-game before seeing Lillehammer or Ålesund, Norway really needs some more love from ProMods, this was the first addition to the country since 1.00 (!!), just saying.

Hopefully the partial rebuild of Bergen (really good work by the way) is a sign of progress in the south starting, I'd hate to have a giant hole in the middle of the country once this project gets all the way to Bodø.

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14 Aug 2016 16:51

today i drived all the way up to Svalbard Island and the northern Russia is my new favorite area in ProMods
incredible work I´m looking really forward for next versions
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15 Aug 2016 15:49

I saw the area before in Squirrel's stream, yet driving all the way up north myself really was an adventure never experienced before in ProMods!

There's a surprise btw just outside of Murmansk heading to Lotta..

I'm now more than ever excited for the expansion of this area, stunning work!
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15 Aug 2016 15:58

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16 Aug 2016 07:23

I took a drive from Oulu to Svalbard, and I really enjoyed it. In Svalbard there was a snow road not marked to the map. I went and drove it as far as I could go. I found a research center which even had a rest stop. An easter egg or WIP for the future? ;) Also there was a road barrier which was easy to go around and the snow road continued until the end of the map.

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