American Truck Simulator – Game

About American Truck Simulator – Game

American Truck Simulator System Requirements


  • CPU SPEED: Dual core CPU 2.4 GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • VIDEO CARD: GeForce GTS 450-class (Intel HD 4000)
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit

American Truck Simulator System Requirements


  • CPU SPEED: Quad core CPU 3.0 GHz
  • RAM: 6 GB
  • VIDEO CARD: GeForce GTX 760-class (2 GB)
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 64-bit


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American Truck Simulator Game Details

American Truck SimulatorĀ is aĀ truck simulator gameĀ developed and published byĀ SCS Software. It was announced as being in development in September 2013 and unveiled at theĀ E3 2015. It was released on 2 February 2016 forĀ Microsoft Windows,Ā Linux, andĀ macOS. The game is the parallel sequel toĀ Euro Truck Simulator 2, the spiritual successor ofĀ 18 Wheels of Steel, and the third installment in theĀ Truck SimulatorĀ series. Set in a condensed depiction of theĀ United States, the player can drive one of a choice of American-styleĀ conventional trucks, visiting various locations across the U.S., picking up a variety of cargos, and delivering them to their destinations.

Since its release, the game has sold over 2 million copies onĀ Steam.


American Truck SimulatorĀ is a truck driving simulator with business management elements. A beginning player will be directed to found a truck driving business and select a home city from which to operate that business. Upon selection of the home city, the player will own the pre-placed truck garage located in that city, which will operate as the player’s home base.

During gameplay, the player will select from a menu of currently available goods delivery routes to drive one of several models of trailer-hooked truck and deliver the selected load to a designated location within a fixed amount of time. By making such deliveries, the player earns money for the player’s company and experience points for the player themself. By delivering the selected cargo to its designation within the allotted time and with the least damage to the goods, the player will maximize the amount of money and experience points earned. Late deliveries or deliveries with damage will result in the player earning reduced cash and experience points. The amount of money and experience points earned are commensurate to the length of the delivery in distance traveled and type of goods being transported.

A beginning player will own a garage, but no trucks or trailers. The player will begin by completing “quick jobs,” which are goods deliveries that utilize an in-game company’s trucks and trailers. Once the player has earned enough money, the player may then begin purchasing one or more trucks, but the player may continue making “quick job” deliveries if desired. After purchasing a truck, the player may elect to use the purchased truck for deliveries, or go back to performing quick job deliveries.

As the player completes deliveries, the player will unlock skills by spending experience points to purchase particular skills upgrades. These upgrade categories include fuel efficiency, route delivery distance, carrying heavy cargo, carrying dangerous goods, carrying fragile cargoes, or making urgent deliveries.

The money earned by the player’s company will automatically be used to pay back any company loans the player obtains for the company or to pay any fines incurred in the course of the player’s gameplay. The money is also needed to pay for fuel and maintenance on any vehicles or trailers owned by the player’s company. When performing quick job deliveries using an in-game company’s truck, repairs and other costs are paid by that in-game company and not from the funds of the player’s company. The player may also use the company’s money to purchase additional trucks and trailers which are held in designated slots in the garage.

The player may use company funds to hire NPC drivers (and pay their associated expenses), who are placed in additional driver slots in the garage. Once the player has earned sufficient money, the player may also purchase garages in other cities and hire NPC drivers to drive from those garages, as well. The longer an NPC driver is employed by the company, the more experience points they will earn, thus increasing the amount of money that driver earns from each delivery. Much like the player’s experience points, the player may direct the focus of each hired driver’s experience points, thereby ensuring that particular hired drivers become experts in particular skill areas, such as hauling dangerous goods or performing long-haul deliveries.

Company money may be used to upgrade garages, which will allow the garages to hold additional trucks, trailers, and NPC drivers, as well as place a reduced-cost fueling station at the garage. The company money may be used to upgrade the company’s trucks and trailers, specifically by upgrading their associated aesthetic, mechanical, and structural upgrades.

While driving routes, the game will direct the player to stop at designatedĀ weigh stationsĀ to determine the weight of the cargo before being permitted to proceed (though the game may occasionally allow the driver to bypass such station). When crossing the border into the state of California (currently only in the northern part of the state), the player is similarly obliged to stop atĀ California Border Protection StationsĀ to have their vehicle inspected. Avoiding a weigh station or border protection station will result the player being fined.


From the grand American highways running through the hills of dusk-red rock to leading cities bustling with culture, landmarks, and businesses, Oklahoma is a diverse state shaped by its history and industries.

Located in the south of the country, “The Sooner State” generally tends to have a reputation of being a rather arid place, however, itā€™s much better to avoid judging this book by its cover. The state is home to wonderful state parks, several natural marvels, and historical places full of mysteries and legends. But those who are looking for something more practical instead will find their purpose as well since the local road network and a strong economy driven by natural gas and oil production will keep every trucker properly busy.

Make sure to add the DLC to your Steam Wishlist to show us how excited you are about this upcoming project!


SCS Software announced the game on 6 September 2013. It was revealed atĀ E3Ā in 2015.

On 11 April 2014, SCS Software announced that there will be 100+ cities in the game once completed (not initially), and SCS released screenshots of the game. Truck brands included onĀ American Truck SimulatorĀ so far areĀ Kenworth,Ā Peterbilt,Ā Volvo,Ā International Trucks,Ā Western Star,Ā MackĀ andĀ Freightliner. More will follow; the only setback remains the licensing of trucks from their manufacturers. SCS plans to eventually include the entire contiguous United States, as long as the game continues to do well. On 26 January 2015, SCS Software published a one-hour video toĀ YouTubeĀ of footage from early alpha of the game. On 18 December 2015, SCS Software announced the official release date forĀ American Truck Simulator, 3 February 2016, on their blog. The game was released one day earlier instead.

The game was released for PC-DVD on 14 December 2017.


February 2, 2016

American Truck Simulator Download FilesĀ 

  • fg-01.bin (7.8 GB)
  • fg-02.bin (184.4 MB)
  • fg-03.bin (127.2 MB)
  • fg-04.bin (16.6 MB)

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