Those working over at Euro Truck Simulator 2 give an insight into the big cities in the upcoming West Balkans DLC.
The work and development we have seen in the Euro Truck Simulator 2 driving title is on a huge scale, with the Upcoming West Balkans DLC, lets check out the big cities.
- Wishlist West Balkans: Euro Truck Simulator 2 – West Balkans on Steam
It’s no secret that our upcoming West Balkans DLC for Euro Truck Simulator 2 will feature quite a few different cities, which you may have seen from some of our previous blog posts. Some of our larger cities however, will not only feature lots of details and landmarks, but will also allow drivers to travel through the centre of them!
In this blog, we will showcase 3 cities from the West Balkans which feature a central road network; let’s take a look!
Welcome to Sarajevo, a city where centuries of history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes come together. As the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is often described as where East meets West, as its architecture often shows the contrast depending where you are in the city.
Parts of the city which we’ll depict in our DLC include the area around the Miljacka River, which flows through Sarajevo. This includes the street “Obala Kulina bana”, the downtown street crossing “Zmaja od Bosne”, and the intersection of “Stupska Petlja”.
Among the hustle and bustle of the city, drivers will also need to keep an eye out for trams which run throughout the city.
Nestled against a backdrop of rugged mountains is Tirana, the capital of Albania. Featuring colorful architecture and a rich cultural heritage, it is often described as the gem of the West Balkans, undiscovered by the masses.
Here, not only will you find a bustling city atmosphere, but also many green areas, including the Grand Park of Tirana (Parku i Madh) which features a man-made lake and a view of the city.
Drivers visiting Tirana will be able to travel on the main road network known as “Rruga Teodor Keko”, which offers a route close by to the city centre and access to other local industries.
Pristina, the heart of Kosovo, welcomes visitors with a mix of tradition and progress. Its bustling streets features a mix of Ottoman and Balkan influences, making it a unique and dynamic city.
Here you can find a combination of architecture old and new, from historic buildings, to modern developments such as Lakrishtë. Drivers will be able to pass through the city centre through busy areas like the the northern district of “Kodra e Trimave”.
It’s true what they say, each city has its own unique charm and character, and the cities of the West Balkans is no exception. We look forward to letting you explore these historic lands for yourself in the future; until then, be sure to add it to your Steam Wishlist!