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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jontsuba
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26 Apr 2017 23:01

I decided to make a little poll for fun: after the release of New Mexico DLC, which state would you like to see next?

Link to vote: https://goo.gl/t2mEBX
EDIT: Now the poll is integrated in this page also. Thanks to tkk7406 for it!

As for myself, before the announcement of New Mexico I would have chosen Oregon to have a bit of variety landscape-wise. But now I'd rather have Utah to avoid having a "thin" strap of land from Portland to Roswell.

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27 Apr 2017 02:15

For me, it's a pretty tough choice between Texas and Oregon.
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27 Apr 2017 21:20

I worked the oil patch in Texas. Not much to see. Just more deserts in the west side. Very empty. More green in south and East Texas. I think the game has plenty of flat empty deserts in it. I would rather head north and into the Rockies a bit.

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28 Apr 2017 11:17

I was going to say Oregon,because that would be a good place to go after New Mexico,but then i did think that Idaho or Colorado would be good choices too,because they have forest areas in the same way as Oregon.
By doing that then we could get some other kind of scenery and not only desert and palm trees.
SCS could take the scenery from North of California and use it to make Oregon and other states wich have lots of trees in them too.
Also Oregon could be a good place to go to Canada,if SCS will go there someday or not.
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28 Apr 2017 13:39

I vote for Utah, because geographycally it is the missing one to have a more or less square map.

But I think SCS will pick Texas. It is the BIG job to do, and do it the quickest possible could be their plan. I think it's also the state that non US players want to have, I mean, if you ask 3 states of the USA to an european, I bet California and Texas would be in allmost every answers.

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28 Apr 2017 14:23

Plain Mexico
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29 Apr 2017 21:04

If Texas comes there should be a welcome sign that says "Hold my beer! Watch this!" to reference the awful driving in that state. It just might beat California for bad, crazy, drunk drivers.

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29 Apr 2017 21:18

I want Oregon simply because I want to get away from desert states.

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30 Apr 2017 02:04

Oregon would be nice change of scenery. Utah would be alright as well and then that would pretty much do it for desert states. Kinda hope they hold off on texas until more western states are completed
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30 Apr 2017 13:12

Callipso wrote:If Texas comes there should be a welcome sign that says "Hold my beer! Watch this!" to reference the awful driving in that state. It just might beat California for bad, crazy, drunk drivers.
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