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"Travel through the diverse landscapes of Utah, from its red rocks to its snowcapped mountain ranges. Drivers will be able to deliver to the state's bustling metropolis, which is home to many large businesses and industries. Through your journey you will also come across many notable landmarks and surviving remnants of the state's historic pioneer history."
— Official SCS Software press kit Website

Utah is a state of the United States, which is featured in American Truck Simulator as an upcoming map expansion DLC and in 18 Wheels of Steel series. It will be the fifth of DLC after Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington, but the fourth paid one.

The state is bordered by Nevada to the west, Arizona to the south, Colorado to the east, Idaho to the northwest and Wyoming to the northeast.

DLC Features Edit

TBA

Release History Edit

  • 5 November 2018: Near the end of SCS's VNL video, the truck was heading towards Utah on US 163. The GPS also showed that the road was accessible.[1]
  • 21 December 2018: SCS gives hint at a possible Utah map expansion in their Christmas stream by showing a postcard of Monument Valley in Utah.[2]
  • 4 February 2019: During a live stream, when asked to hint about the state following Washington, mentions that that state has "some big red rocks," heavily associated with Utah (as seen on the entrance sign).
  • 30 April 2019: 1.35 Experimental Beta added some new roads that lead towards Utah.
  • 20 June 2019: A mysterious teaser video is posted on SCS's YouTube channel and in their blog showing a bee. Utah is also called "The Beehive State".[3]
  • 28 June 2019: Teaser images from Utah appear on the blog.[4]
  • 4 July 2019: First official blog post confirmed Utah will be the next state with a few new screenshots + trailer[5] and added to Steam Store.[6]
  • 19 July 2019: Blog post about new deliveries.[7]
  • 5 August 2019: Blog post about gameplay of the DLC.[8]
  • 16 August 2019: Blog post about truck stops.[9]
  • 30 August 2019: Blog post about Kennecott Copper Mine.[10]
  • 9 September 2019: Steam achievements for Utah are added to SteamDB.[11]
  • 12 September 2019: Blog post about scenic viewpoints.[12]
  • 27 September 2019: Blog post about landmarks.[13]
  • 7 October 2019: Blog post about rocks.[14]
  • 18 October 2019: Blog post about gameplay preview from the Glen Canyon Dam Bridge to Salina including release month.[15]

Geography Edit

Utah ranges from towering peaks, to desert dunes, and rugged basins. In western Utah, it is mostly arid desert with a basin and range topography. Small mountain ranges and rugged terrain punctuate the landscape.

The southeastern portion of the state is famous for rock formations and canyons of sandstone.

Eastern Utah is mostly dry, arid plateaus with very little population and mining as an important source of income for the few who live here.

Southwestern Utah is usually the hottest area of Utah as it is the lowest elevation in general. There are many smaller mountain ranges in this region as well where temperatures plummet.

The majority of the state's population lives around the Great Salt Lake, with the principal city being Salt Lake City. Another population hub is St. George to the southwest of the state. Most of the state is remote with very little population.

Climate Edit

The climate of Utah is mostly semi-arid to desert, with hot summers and freezing winters. Higher elevations often see snow during the winter, and humidity in the summer is generally low.

Cities Edit

There are currently 10 cities in Utah, according to a previous version of a file found in the game files.

Cities which are also in 18 Wheels of Steel series are marked with " * ".

Note: Salt Lake City is in italic lettering since it is the state capital of the state of Utah.

Cedar City Logan Ogden
Utah Blog 63
Utah Blog 71
Utah Blog 3
Moab Price Provo
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Utah Blog 17
Salina Salt Lake City * St. George
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Utah Blog 7
Vernal
Utah Blog 15

Scenery Towns Edit

New Companies Edit

Main article: American Truck Simulator Companies

Roads Edit

There are four possible Interstate Highways in Utah:
Interstate 15 Interstate 70 Interstate 80 Interstate 84
IS15
Arizona - US 89
IS70
I-15 - US 191
IS80
Nevada - I-84
IS84
Ogden (I-15) - I-80

There are eight possible US Highways in Utah:

US 6 US 40 US 50 US 89
US6
Nevada - Green River (I-70)
US40
I-80 - Vernal
US50
Nevada - Salina (I-70)
US89
Arizona - I-70; I-15/US 91 - Logan (US 91)
US 91 US 163 US 189 US 191
US91
I-15/US 89 - Logan (US 89)
US163
Arizona - US 191
US189
(Unconfirmed)
US191
Arizona - Vernal
There are 19 Utah State Routes found in the game files, but it is unknown if all of these will be confirmed. At this moment, there are two possible Utah State Routes:
SR 9 SR 10 SR 14 SR 26 SR 34
Ut 9 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 10 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 14 shield
Cedar City
Ut 26 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 34 shield
Unconfirmed
SR 52 SR 55 SR 56 SR 59 SR 87
Ut 52 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 55 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 56 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 59 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 87 shield
Unconfirmed
SR 130 SR 151 SR 161 SR 165 SR 172
Ut 130 shield
Cedar City
Ut 151 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 161 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 165 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 172 shield
Unconfirmed
SR 201 SR 202 SR 265 SR 269
Ut 201 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 202 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 265 shield
Unconfirmed
Ut 269 shield
Unconfirmed

There are currently two inaccessible Utah State Routes.

SR 12 SR 143
Ut 12 shield
US 89
Ut 143 shield
Panguitch (US 89)

Achievements Edit

Main article: American Truck Simulator Achievements
Icon Name[11] Description
Beehive State
This One Is Mine!
It's Something
Some Like It Salty
Pump It Up

Gallery Edit

Videos Edit

SCS Blog Edit

Screenshots of the new areas of the Utah DLC Edit

Screenshots of truck stops in Utah Edit

Screenshots of Kennecott Copper Mine Edit

References Edit

  1. SCS Software, Volvo VNL is joining American Truck Simulator 2018-11-05 (accessed 2018-11-05)
  2. SCS Software Christmas Stream on Twitch
  3. SCS Software, Creating some buzz, 2019-06-20 (accessed 2019-06-20)
  4. SCS Software, ATS: Screenshot teasing, 2019-06-28 (accessed 2019-06-28)
  5. SCS Software, American Truck Simulator - Utah, 2019-07-04 (accessed 2019-07-04)
  6. American Truck Simulator: Utah in Steam Store, 2019-07-04 (accessed 2019-07-04)
  7. SCS Software, Utah: New Deliveries, 2019-07-19 (accessed 2019-07-19)
  8. SCS Software, ATS Utah: Gameplay, 2019-08-05 (accessed 2019-08-05)
  9. SCS Software, Utah: Sleep well, traveler, 2019-08-16 (accessed 2019-08-16)
  10. SCS Software, Utah: Kennecott Copper Mine, 2019-08-30 (accessed 2019-08-30)
  11. 11.0 11.1 American Truck Simulator stats on SteamDB, 2019-09-09 (accessed 2019-09-09)
  12. SCS Software, Utah: Scenic Viewpoints, 2019-09-12 (accessed 2019-09-12)
  13. SCS Software, Utah: Landmarks, 2019-09-27 (accessed 2019-09-27)
  14. SCS Software, Utah: This State Rocks!, 2019-10-07 (accessed 2019-10-07)
  15. SCS Software, Utah: Gameplay Preview and Release Month, 2019-10-18 (accessed 2019-10-18)

See also Edit

The States of American Truck Simulator
Arizona - California - Nevada - New Mexico - Oregon - Utah - Washington
Flag of Utah small Utah
Cities Cedar City - Logan - Ogden - Moab - Price - Provo - Salina - Salt Lake City - St. George - Vernal

Scenery Towns: Bluff - Delta - Duchesne - Green River - Heber City - Herriman - Kanab - Mexican Hat - Panguitch - Wendover

Highways Interstate 15 - Interstate 70 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 84
US 6 - US 40 - US 50 - US 89 - US 91 - US 163 - US 189 - US 191
UT 14 - UT 130
DLCs for American Truck Simulator
Map Expansions Arizona - New Mexico - Oregon - Washington - Utah (upcoming)
Trailer / Cargo Packs Heavy Cargo Pack - Special Transport DLC - Forest Machinery
Tuning Packs Wheel Tuning Pack - Steering Creations Pack - Dragon Truck Design Pack
Paint Job Packs Christmas - Classic Stripes - Halloween - Pink Ribbon Charity - Space - Steampunk - Valentines
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