Best mods for ATS??

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ismailscania
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29 Jan 2018 14:20

Guys I drove in ETS2 more than 1.200.000 and i am a little bit bored and, I started to play ATS2. But I discovered that there is not so many mod developers for ATS2 and map is so small.Can you suggest me some mods for ATS2?? Especially I need a great map like Promods.


(Level 270 Promods + Rus MAP + Southern Region)
Headquarters: Stockholm.
Drıiving Scania S730 (8x4) at the moment.
Level 386 (1.850.000 km + )
Promods + Rusmap + Southern Region.
16 large garages.80 trucks.

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bmwGTR
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29 Jan 2018 14:31

Hi,

have a look here:
https://forum.scssoft.com/viewforum.php?f=194
or espically in this thread:
https://forum.scssoft.com/viewtopic.php?f=194&t=250078

The C2C (Coast to Coast) map is huge (adding the main US interstates) but the quality is not high - the other maps in this list are good (in my opinion).

Best regards,
bmwGTR
ETS2: ProMods 2.41 + RusMap 1.8.1.2 + Emden 1.02c + Paris Rebuild 2.4 + Southern Region 7.8.0
ATS: Coast to Coast 2.8 + Viva Mexico 2.5.2 + Canadream 2.8.11 + US Expansion 2.6 + Project Going North 0.9.1


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loupdargent
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29 Jan 2018 15:09

I'm actually using the Viva Mexico map 2.4.2 : it expends the map far south in mexico
https://mexicomap.blogspot.fr/

I'm also using the Mexico Extremo map 1.98 that is an add-on for viva mexico : it rebuilds some of the roads and add new ones. Soon there will be a new update which adds the whole state of Zacatecas
https://mexicomap.blogspot.fr/2017/09/
https://www.facebook.com/MexicoExtremoATS/

And for the US map, i'm using the US 50 & CA 99 + Cities Expension which adds cities to the vanilla map and some raods, such as the Yosemite National Park from the Project West
https://forum.scssoft.com/viewtopic.php?f=194&t=242661

I know many peaple are using Coast to Coast and Canadream, but i personaly avoid those because even if they are huge maps, they are copy-past roads and cities without much interest. But if you don't mind about boring landscapes, than try them.

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ismailscania
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29 Jan 2018 20:22

bmwGTR wrote:
29 Jan 2018 14:31
Hi,

have a look here:
https://forum.scssoft.com/viewforum.php?f=194
or espically in this thread:
https://forum.scssoft.com/viewtopic.php?f=194&t=250078

The C2C (Coast to Coast) map is huge (adding the main US interstates) but the quality is not high - the other maps in this list are good (in my opinion).

Best regards,
bmwGTR
Thanks a lot....
Headquarters: Stockholm.
Drıiving Scania S730 (8x4) at the moment.
Level 386 (1.850.000 km + )
Promods + Rusmap + Southern Region.
16 large garages.80 trucks.

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LAFAYET47
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29 Jan 2018 21:27

I agree with @loupdargent, C2C and CanadaDream are promising, but still there's a lot to work to be done. Right now they feel like an early alpha version maps.

additionally, you could also give a try to MHApro map, I have never tried it but looks fine: https://forum.scssoft.com/viewtopic.php?f=194&t=203176

Mercedes2002CZ
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Location: Liberec

30 Jan 2018 15:10

Canadream looks better, but it's almost the same (like germany in vanilla ETS 2), Coast to Coast looks boring but some states are improved, so they looks pretty nice. The states are Florida, Georgia, little bit Alabama, Pennsylvania, northeast states (like Connecticut, Rhode Island etc.) looks very promising, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

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CH1BRU
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Location: Chemnitz, Germany

30 Jan 2019 14:59

MHAPro Map is the best for ATS!

C2C & CanadaDream are not got quality Maps, Mile per Mile the same and no street signs and alternating landscape.
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