18 Wheels of Steel is by far the most popular series that presents the realities of a truck driver's job. Extreme Trucker is the 7th part of the cycle.
This time, as in the previous parts of the series, we are back at the wheel of the steel colossus and our task is to transport as much cargo as possible in the shortest possible time. The difference is the area of operation. As we have traveled through the highways of the USA, Canada and Mexico so far, this time we have 5 different locations at our disposal. As the subtitle suggests, these will not be wide, asphalt roads, but wildly dangerous jungles of South America, African deserts, arctic areas or Australian wilderness.
Also the trucks themselves, which we have at our disposal, are slightly different from those we know from the previous parts of the series. The loads themselves are also more varied - the game focuses on transporting slightly more unusual loads, usually more vulnerable to destruction.
In the game, we have to check the condition of our vehicle on an ongoing basis - fuel level or damage level. The driver is also not a robot and deserves a sleep break from time to time. An important change, however, is the introduction of the need to check the engine temperature and make sure that it does not overheat. However, the convention has not changed - we are starting as an absolute freshman in the industry and we strive for the maximum growth of our transport empire.
The part with the subtitle Extreme is an interesting springboard from the standard parts of the cycle. The introduced variations significantly distinguish this part from the others, so it is worth getting acquainted with it.
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