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Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 17 Jul 2016 23:47
by PI'ILLOW folk
If they do Washington state cities to include Vancouver, Centralia, Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle, Everette, Spokane, Yakima, Forks, Port Angeles, Long Beach, Aberdeen. ;)

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 18 Jul 2016 00:20
by chrisb
It is great news really. I think, as with ETS, its going to take some time, but its good they're doing it. But any player of this game should know, we're all in it for the long haul.. :lol:
Sorry.. :oops:

Re: Speaking of rescaling:

Posted: 18 Jul 2016 21:32
by Polestar
blaze72003 wrote:I hope they add Long Island! Cities I'd love to see are:

Hempstead, NY
Huntington, NY
Hicksville, NY
Levittown, NY
Port Washington, NY
Glen Cove, NY
Long Beach, NY
Bethpage, NY
Amityville, NY
Mineola, NY
Jericho, NY
West Babylon, NY
Deer Park, NY
Central Islip, NY
Brentwood, NY
Smithtown, NY
Hauppauge, NY
Ronkonkoma, NY
Stony Brook, NY
Holbrook, NY
Medford, NY
Dix Hills, NY
Patchogue, NY
Port Jefferson, NY (BTW, that city has a ferry)
Selden, NY
Coram, NY
Shirley, NY
Farmingville, NY
Islandia, NY
Blue Point, NY
Manorville, NY
Calverton, NY
Wading River, NY
Nesconset, NY
Riverhead, NY
Mattituck, NY
Orient, NY
Montauk, NY
and more!
How exactly are all these cities relevant enough to put them in a tiny state?

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 19 Jul 2016 14:33
by LoaderSaints
Well, the State of New York isn't that tiny actually, but still most of those cities won't fit.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 19 Jul 2016 16:06
by Gman912
When SCS does Pennsylvania, my home state, then these cities should be included:
Major cities: Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Harrisburg
Minor cities: Erie, Williamsport, Scranton, Allentown, Reading, State College and Punxsutawney
Could possibly fit: Lancaster and Chambersburg

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 19 Jul 2016 17:29
by juizzysquirt
Once they're finished, I wonder if they're going to release all three states at once? Can there be any other solution? I have a feeling that some ATS map makers are currently holding off further developing until SCS gets rescaling done. I'm currently playing ATS with C2C+Mexuscan (and planned to do so until Promods 2.1 gets released), but the lack of any real sceneries starts to get annoying.

Btw, what's with everyone posting their wishlists here? I'm more interested discussing the rescale than reading everyone's list of favorite cities. Which should be pointed to SCS anyway, not Promods... :roll:

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 19 Jul 2016 18:56
by Peterson
Well, releasing it at once is the ultimate goal, and since models are already made, it's not that unrealistic.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 19 Jul 2016 21:12
by Callipso
Gman912 wrote:When SCS does Pennsylvania, my home state, then these cities should be included:
Major cities: Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Harrisburg
Minor cities: Erie, Williamsport, Scranton, Allentown, Reading, State College and Punxsutawney
Could possibly fit: Lancaster and Chambersburg
maybe fit in Wilkes-Barre next to Scranton? Perhaps New Castle. I wonder if you could put a nice big Hershey plant near Harrisburg.

A nice big Football stadium in Pittsburgh for their love of their home team.

the amish community might not like your trucks coming into punxsy though, force you to drive a horse and buggy through there.

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 19 Jul 2016 22:00
by Gman912
See I thought Wilkes-Barre would be too close to Scranton but as for New Castle, that could work :)
Yes, we need to see Heinz Field. Also, I'm a Steelers fan so that would be great to see :D
About Punxsutawney and Lancaster, I'm sure they wouldn't mind ;)

Re: SCS is going to rescale the ATS map!

Posted: 20 Jul 2016 20:41
by Callipso
Wilkes-Barre is close to Scranton though maybe if the towns were a bit on the small side their proximity might make it seem like they were both larger than they are. I think it might work with some clever positioning of buildings and road networks.