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Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 09 Aug 2016 18:20
by RoadRageDude
Anyway, since Arizona is past released, are there gonna be modders that will make the Cars village of Radiator Springs?

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 10 Aug 2016 13:50
by qeisoo

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 10 Aug 2016 22:23
by Callipso
Show Low still lacks greenery. its a shame one of the nicest areas of Arizona too.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 11 Aug 2016 20:29
by lykopotoboy
The rest stop actually is very similar to the rl one, stopped there once. Except the truck parking looks to tight for big american trucks.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 12 Aug 2016 05:58
by MistahDave
I really like the new Donner Pass. I lived in Sacramento for some time, and travelled the 80 both ways to Reno and the Bay Area, it's so nice to see it represented as it should be!

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 12 Aug 2016 11:51
by Shiva
Donner Pass, a bit hard to fit that in, so it looks great.
But I'll trust you on this, MistahDave :)

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 13 Aug 2016 02:18
by PI'ILLOW folk
I would like to see the I-80 connection complete from the Bay Bridge to the I-5/I-80 interchange.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 13 Aug 2016 02:31
by PaZz_
I hope, they give us more lanes at some points especially in areas like LA.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 13 Aug 2016 07:09
by jdenm8
PI'ILLOW folk wrote:I would like to see the I-80 connection complete from the Bay Bridge to the I-5/I-80 interchange.
They singled that out specifically in their most recent blog post:
SCS Blog wrote:A big part of I-80 between Sacramento and Oakland was missing. We added it along with its unique junctions including the overpass that crosses I-580.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 13 Aug 2016 10:14
by brainiac
PaZz_ wrote:I hope, they give us more lanes at some points especially in areas like LA.
And San Diego, where I 5 has 21 lanes.