Games publisher astragon Entertainment and developer studio Jujubee are very happy to announce the development of their new mobile truck simulation game Truck Simulator America today! Both would also like to use the opportunity to invite interested players to take part in the closed beta trial of the upcoming game.
Truck Simulator America will be released as successor to the popular mobile game Truck Simulation 16 on iPhone and iPad as well as smartphones and tablets using the Android operating system in the 4th quarter of 2018. Compared to its predecessor, Truck Simulator America will offer players deeper management options and multiple new features as well as considerably improved graphics. Virtual truck drivers can also be looking forward to explore an authentic US setting.
Following the slogan “DRIVE THE ORIGINAL” truck enthusiasts will be able to take a seat in the driver’s cab of several originally licensed trucks by the popular US truck brands Kenworth and Mack. In true trucker fashion they will then set out to explore the varied landscapes and iconic US highways of a huge open world map, which can be unlocked step by step with future updates and which will cover almost the whole of the USA. Naturally, the transportation of a wide range of goods to their respective destination will be the most important task of every virtual truck driver.
Get a first sneak peek of the new truck simulation today with our teaser trailer:
Before officially heading out however, astragon Entertainment and Jujubee would like to invite interested players to take part in a closed beta testing period of Truck Simulator America between August 6 and August 12, 2018. This will give truck fans the unique opportunity to bring their own ideas and opinions to the development of the new simulation game. Potential testers are very welcome to complete their application until August 1 under the following link: https://www.
Truck Simulator America is expected to be released in the 4th quarter of 2018 for iPhone and iPad as well as smartphones and tablets using the Android operating system.