Farming Takes Center Stage in American Truck Simulator with Farm Machinery DLC

Just in case you haven't heard, the Kansas DLC is arriving to American Truck Simulator on November 30. However, that's not the only content that players can look forward to. That's because the Farm Machinery DLC is also launching on the same date. This update swaps the highways for harvests and puts the highlight on farming.

This new DLC allows players to navigate virtual landscapes as they haul everything from tractors to spreaders. With two in-game brands they can transport unique cargos and a range of trailers to agriculture industries across the states. This is indeed a good chance for everyone to immerse themselves in the agricultural landscape. This is indeed a good addition to the game considering that the Kansas DLC has agriculture take the center stage.

Here's what's included with this new Farm Machinery DLC:

  • Cargo
    • Sprayer
    • Crawler Tractor
    • Forage Harvester
    • Fertilizer Spreader
    • Grain Trailer
    • Autonomous Tractor
    • Hay Baler
    • Seeding Unit
    • Disc Harrow
  • Cabin Accessories
    • Lunch Kit
    • Scarecrow
    • Straw Hat
    • Plush Autonomous Tractor
    • Harvester Toy

The Sunflower State

The Kansas DLC introduces this US State which is home to genuine cowboy culture along with miles of land littered with wildflowers. It's located in the Midwest and known for its native grasslands, streams, abundant blue skies, and green grassland vistas.

The Sunflower State was once considered as the agricultural heartland of the US. Over time it has managed to attract a lot of large businesses. Other industrial areas have also become developed mainly due to the state being the central location, along with having a convenient infrastructure, for logistics operations. In all of this, it is clear that in this state nature has managed to do well to keep up with technological progress. The state parks and the vast prairies offer unique views and paired with a marvelous atmosphere that's sure to leave every trucker passing by with something to remember.

Aside from the Farm Machinery DLC, the launch of the Kansas DLC also means an interesting update for the Special Transport DLC. Read more about here. There's also a new event where players can get cool items.

American Truck Simulator was released for the PC in February 2016. It's available through Steam.

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