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Euro Truck Simulator 2: Road to the Black Sea is an upcoming map DLC for Euro Truck Simulator 2. It is the sixth DLC including map expansions.

The expansion will feature the countries of Bulgaria, Romania and the European part of Turkey (Thrace). It will open the eastern border of Hungary as well, further completing it.

It is the second map expansion that adds 3 countries (after Scandinavia), the third that expands the map eastwards (after Going East and Beyond the Baltic Sea), the second that features "Sea" in the expansion name & the second that features a transcontinental country (in both after B. Baltic Sea).

Release History Edit

SCS Software first hinted about the DLC in a mysterious teaser video posted on 18 March 2019. After that, SCS released information about the DLC in their blog:

  • Before June 2018: Research and pre-production on this map expansion started.[1]
  • 23 June 2018: In a live stream, it is revealed that the map DLC after Beyond the Baltic Sea will not include Spain or Portugal.[2]
  • 29 November 2018: During the Beyond the Baltic Sea release stream, it is revealed that the next DLC will be in southern Europe.[3] Combining this with previous information, only the Balkans are left as a possible area.
  • 21 December 2018: SCS gives a hint to the next ETS2 DLC in their Christmas stream by first showing a plush bat (related to Romania) and then three images: one depicting the city of Veliko Tarnovo in Bulgaria, a photo of the Transfăgărășan/DN7C road in Romania, and a photo of the Corvin Castle in Romania.[4]
  • 4 February 2019: During an ATS livestream, Pavel mentions that the next DLC for ETS2 is not connected to the base map of that game, possibly ruling out Slovenia and Croatia as part of the next DLC.
  • 18 March 2019: A mysterious teaser video that includes Bulgarian bagpipe music was posted on SCS's YouTube channel and in their blog.[1]
  • 4 April 2019: Blog post which teases the next map expansion with screenshots.[5]
  • 10 May 2019: First official blog post about the map expansion with a few new screenshots + trailer[6] and added to Steam Store.[7]
  • 24 May 2019: Blog post about Romania.[8]
  • 7 June 2019: Blog post about Bulgaria.[9]
  • 13 June 2019: Blog post about Turkey.[10]
  • 25 June 2019: Blog post about border crossings. This post reveals there will be two border crossings between Hungary & Romania, three between Romania & Bulgaria and two between Bulgaria & Turkey.[11]
  • 9 July 2019: Blog post about villages.[12]
  • 25 July 2019: Blog post about landscapes.[13]
  • 9 August 2019: Blog post about industries.[14]

Cities Edit

Currently, 11 cities are known to be included in the Road to the Black Sea DLC:

City name Country Remarks First mentioned
Burgas (Бургас) Bulgaria 4th largest city in Bulgaria 10 May 2019[6]
Cernavodă Romania Power plant in Romania 10 May 2019[6]
Edirne Turkey 10 May 2019[6]
İstanbul Turkey Largest city in Turkey 10 May 2019[6]
Nădlac Romania 25 July 2019[13]
Plovdiv (Пловдив) Bulgaria 2nd largest city in Bulgaria 7 June 2019[9]
Rovinari Romania Power plant in Romania 10 May 2019[6]
Tekirdağ Turkey 10 May 2019[6]
Timișoara Romania 3rd largest city in Romania 25 July 2019[13]
Varna (Варна) Bulgaria 3rd largest city in Bulgaria 7 June 2019[9]
Veliko Tarnovo (Велико Търново) Bulgaria 21 December 2018[4]

Industries Edit

TBA.

Achievements Edit

TBA.

Gallery Edit

Videos Edit

SCS Blog Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 SCS Software, A Road to Somewhere New..., 2019-03-18 (accessed 2019-03-18)
  2. https://www.reddit.com/r/trucksim/comments/8tclpk/things_of_note_from_the_scs_stream/
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrhVuFKxCVk?t=10268
  4. 4.0 4.1 SCS Software Christmas Stream on Twitch
  5. SCS Software, ETS2 Teasing, 2019-04-04 (accessed 2019-04-04)
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 SCS Software, Road to the Black Sea, 2019-05-10 (accessed 2019-05-10)
  7. Euro Truck Simulator 2: Road to the Black Sea in Steam Store (accessed 2019-05-10)
  8. SCS Software, Black Sea: Romania, 2019-05-24 (accessed 2019-05-24)
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 SCS Software, Black Sea: Bulgaria, 2019-06-07 (accessed 2019-06-07)
  10. SCS Software, Black Sea: Turkey, 2019-06-13 (accessed 2019-06-13)
  11. SCS Software, Road To The Black Sea: Border Crossings, 2019-06-25 (accessed 2019-06-25)
  12. SCS Software, Black Sea: Villages, 2019-07-09 (accessed 2019-07-09)
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 SCS Software, Road To Black Sea: Landscapes, 2019-07-25 (accessed 2019-07-25)
  14. SCS Software, Black Sea: Industries, 2019-08-09 (accessed 2019-08-09)

See also Edit

DLCs for Euro Truck Simulator 2
Map Expansions Going East! - Scandinavia - Vive la France! - Italia - Beyond the Baltic Sea - Road to the Black Sea (upcoming)
Trailer / Cargo Packs High Power Cargo Pack - Schwarzmüller Trailer Pack - Heavy Cargo Pack - Special Transport DLC - Krone Trailer Pack
Tuning Packs Cabin Accessories - Wheel Tuning Pack - Mighty Griffin Tuning Pack - National Window Flags - Dragon Truck Design Pack - Michelin Fan Pack - Raven Truck Design Pack - DAF Tuning Pack - Goodyear Tyres Pack
Paint Job Packs Countries: Australian - Austrian - Belgian - Brazilian - Canadian - Chinese - Czech - Danish - Dutch - Estonian - Finnish - French - German - Hungarian - Irish - Italian - Japanese - Latvian - Lithuanian - Norwegian - Polish - Portuguese - Romanian - Russian - Scottish - Slovak - South Korean - Spanish - Swedish - Swiss - Turkish - UK - USA

Others: Christmas - Fantasy - Flip - Force of Nature - Halloween - Ice Cold - Metallic - Pirate - Prehistoric - Space - Valentines - Viking Legends

Start a Discussion Discussions about Euro Truck Simulator 2: Road to the Black Sea

  • Black Sea DLC

    8 messages
    • Then I can guess: -Romania: Bucharest, Targu Jiu, Brasov, Cernavoda, Bistrita. -Bulgaria: Sofia.
    • I hope to put my city in Euro Truck Simulator 2, Slatina, because it's a industrial city and near this city in Scornicesti Ceausescu was b...
  • New prediction

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    • Iberia has a ferry connection to Plymouth.
    • You probably already know this, but it's going to be Bulgaria, Romania, and the European part of Turkey.
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