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Euro Truck Simulator 2 Rework: Zurich

Euro Truck Simulator 2 Rework: Zurich

Euro Truck Simulator 2 is in the process of developing a rework of the Zurich scenery and more, check it out.

More exciting news for you truckers and haulers as Euro Truck Simulator 2 is going to town with a rework of Zurich, Switzerland.

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Grüezi, welcome to Zurich, Switzerland – a city that offers a perfect blend of modernity and tradition, set amidst stunning natural beauty. You may already be familiar with this charming compact city in Euro Truck Simulator 2, however today, we are happy to share with you a look into the transformation that has been carried out in our ongoing Switzerland Rework project.

As we’ve done for many cities in rework projects, the current ‘old’ city of Zurich in ETS2 was completely deleted so that our team could rebuild the entire area from scratch. This allows us to work with new tools and techniques that were not available or known to us previously when the base game was created.

From landmarks such as the Prime Tower, Zurich Museum, to the Hardbrucke and Limmat river, our team has been hard at work reworking the city in detail. Behind each city, you’ll find numerous industries looking for drivers to transport goods and Zurich is no exception. From small local businesses to large industrial depots, truckers will have no shortage of jobs in this area. A car dealership, train loading depot, electronics factory, gas plants are just some of the industries you’ll be able to deliver to and from in and around the city.

Our team have also paid particular attention to the road network in and around Zurich, bringing some of the iconic bridges, intersections and highway junctions into Euro Truck Simulator 2. Cars and Trucks are not the only vehicles sharing the road in the city however, you’ll also have to keep an eye out for Trams.

There is a lot of work and attention that has gone into Zurich, so we don’t want to ruin it all once! We will leave it up to you to explore when the time comes. Are you excited to visit? Let us know in the comments!

We hope you enjoyed seeing all of the progress out teams have made on the Switzerland Rework. We look forward to sharing more inside looks on the development progress in the near future. Be sure to follow us on our Social Media pages to keep up to date with all the latest. Uf Widerluege!

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