18 Wheels of Steel Extreme Trucker 2 Gameplay First Look
18 Wheels of Steel Extreme Trucker 2 Gameplay First Look Bangladesh 2011 The first job. Played on highest graphical settings. Config: Intel core i7, 6GB RAM, Sapphire Radeon 5850. The following description is from the game's manual. In 18 Wheels Of Steel: Extreme Trucker 2 you will take on the role of a daring truck driver working in the five exotic locations: Montana, Bangladesh, Tuktoyaktuk Winter Road, Australian Outback and Yungas Road. All of these real world locations are challenging in their own way. You will start in a place of your choice as a complete newbie, and later as you progress through the game, you will get the chance to transport more demanding and even intimidating cargoes over longer distances, and often in severe weather conditions. Later, when you gain enough experience to be offered jobs in other places around the world, you will be able to travel between the locations freely. However, you will start as a beginner in each region and you will have to work your way up through the ranks to become the most respected driver with the most intriguing offers. The work you will be doing sounds simple on paper: transport loads from one place to another. However, the harsh environment and challenging cargoes make it far from simple, so there are a few things you should be careful of. Firstly, each job has a time limit. If you don't make it in time, before the timer bar goes all the way up, you will be penalized. Don't worry though, it doesn't mean you should drive carelessly, racing the other cars on the narrow roads and risking damaging your cargo or truck. You will have plenty of time for your delivery, just be careful of stalling or wandering around for too long. Also, be wary of damaging your truck. There is no way of repairing it while on the road, and any damage to your truck or cargo will be penalized. You will start each job with a fully functioning vehicle and you will be expected to return it that way. Don't forget that the locations themselves have their own dangers, and there are plenty of ways to get your big rig broken or stranded in the wilderness.