Truck & Logistics Simulator, the open-world transportation simulator with cross-platform multiplayer from the sim vets at Aerosoft and developer Simula Games, completes its delivery with a version 1.0 launch on PC via Steam, PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One today. The simulator is already available on Nintendo Switch.

Manage a fledgling logistics company with a handful of forklifts to its name on an immersive journey to transform it into an industry titan. Tackle missions and challenges to fund the acquisition of everything from delivery vans to heavy trucks. Master over 30 vehicles, each with realistic physics and damage systems, as well as fully detailed interiors, while facing multi-step delivery missions where the right vehicle is the key to success.

Use profits from completed jobs to customize each vehicle in the fleet to match personal preference or address specific mission parameters. Load up vans and trucks with precious cargo and travel to the delivery point, avoiding speed cameras and police patrols on the lookout for reckless drivers eager to cut corners and expedite deliveries. Learn the intricacies of each vehicle with steering wheel support on PC and consoles for added immersion.

A work order shared is a burden lessened, so team up for greater profits in cross-platform multiplayer that supports up to 24 simultaneous drivers. Collaborate on multiplayer-specific jobs like escorting heavy transport convoys with specialized equipment. Explore the world with a partner to unearth hidden secrets across a diverse environment, experiencing waterways, rural hills, and industrious metroplexes throughout the full day/night cycle.

“Truck & Logistics Simulator fans know to expect a high-fidelity experience from their developers,” said Maarten Janello, Product Manager at Aerosoft. “We are excited to bring the 1.0 release onto platforms today, giving the community the meaty experience their appetite demands from simulation games.”

Truck & Logistics Simulator version 1.0 launches today on Steam for Windows PC for $19.95/€19.95 and digitally on PlayStation 5|4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One for $29.99/€29.99. The retail box version releases on December 7th. It features English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Korean, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Hungarian, Romanian, and Simplified Chinese-language support.

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