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In A Time Where BeamNG Needs More Semi Trucks

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by RedSmokeFZW YT, Dec 28, 2021.

  1. RedSmokeFZW YT

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    Not sure if it's just me, but I feel like we need more semi trucks in this game.
     
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  2. Sussus Amogus

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    There are quite a few mods, but i must say the truck currently in game is quite lacking in content.
     
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  3. Latios

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    The heavies could do with more parts in general, for now atleast we have daddelzeits bus mods and GTGs truck mod...
     
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  4. NOCARGO

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    Not to forget about MAN TGS and Semi B-Series Off Road :)
     
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  5. RedSmokeFZW YT

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    Frankly, I was thinking about American truck mods.
     
  6. Chaosminecraft

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    well, a Couple more semi trucks would be actually really interresting.
     
  7. CaptainZoll

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    generally the devs tend to spead out the vehicles across as many different demographics as possible, mainly because there would be very little point to taking the same amount of effort to make another similar car when that time could be spent making something that doesn't exist in the game at all yet.
    that being said, I could see them adding some sort of modern european cab-over, like a mercedes/scania/volvo eventually,
    and the T-series could easily get facelifted in both directions to span from the late 50's (e.g. Peterbilt 351), to the modern day.
     
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