After New Mexico, which state would you like next?

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Which state would you like after New Mexico?

Poll ended at 01 Feb 2018 19:25

Utah
222
26%
Texas
320
37%
Oregon
312
36%
Other (please specify)
16
2%
 
Total votes: 870
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09 Feb 2018 13:46

Noah_Lukas wrote:
07 Feb 2018 15:38
Are you sure? I thought Oregon is more like California just greener :?
California also has some desertic areas. Take the Interstate 10, after the junction with the Interstate 15 is all desert. Also the entire Interstate 40 is desert.
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09 Feb 2018 19:14

Noah_Lukas wrote:
07 Feb 2018 15:38
I thought Oregon is more like California just greener :?
Take a look at this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMbqF_0qsCU
Perfect example that it goes from green to desert the more you go eastwards. I'm very excited for this one. :)
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10 Feb 2018 05:44

So now that Oregon is next we should rename the topic and new poll or make a new topic?

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10 Feb 2018 12:27

trphlcs wrote:
09 Feb 2018 19:14
Noah_Lukas wrote:
07 Feb 2018 15:38
I thought Oregon is more like California just greener :?
Take a look at this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMbqF_0qsCU
Perfect example that it goes from green to desert the more you go eastwards. I'm very excited for this one. :)
Interesting video. Didn't know that Oregon allow triples, saw two of them in the video :lol:

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10 Feb 2018 14:17

Idk how will the next poll is going to be like, as SCS has "spoiled" that currently they are also working on Utah and Idaho.
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10 Feb 2018 16:28

As i understand it (they said that there are working on east and north-east too), i think they were talking from the entire game area point of view. As they said "north wins", and north is oregon, so north-east should be Utah and east should be Texas.

Perhaps i'm wrong but creating Idaho before creating Washington would be weird because Idaho is very norrow in the north, between washington and montana.

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11 Feb 2018 20:42

loupdargent wrote:
10 Feb 2018 16:28
As i understand it (they said that there are working on east and north-east too), i think they were talking from the entire game area point of view. As they said "north wins", and north is oregon, so north-east should be Utah and east should be Texas.

Perhaps i'm wrong but creating Idaho before creating Washington would be weird because Idaho is very norrow in the north, between washington and montana.
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11 Feb 2018 23:25

This map was there till the beginning (just california and nevada were brightened), so :

1 - this is SCS's plan untill the very beginning
2 - they will update the map if they want to develop another state

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25 Feb 2018 09:41

Well, but this map still makes sense for me. All of these states that are showed on this map have border with the base game states. That means that SCS can sell new DLC separately, but if SCS would develop Texas, players would have to buy also New Mexico DLC to reach Texas. That's my point.
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25 Feb 2018 10:27

Qixiwi wrote:
25 Feb 2018 09:41
Well, but this map still makes sense for me. All of these states that are showed on this map have border with the base game states. That means that SCS can sell new DLC separately, but if SCS would develop Texas, players would have to buy also New Mexico DLC to reach Texas. That's my point.
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