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Oklahoma to hit American Truck Simulator

oklahoma announced for american truck simulator on linux mac windows pc

Oklahoma announced for American Truck Simulator on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. This is once again due to the ongoing work of the developer SCS Software. Due to make its way onto Steam.

It’s time for Part 2 of showcasing some of the Cities and Settlements. That SCS Software will feature in the upcoming Oklahoma DLC for American Truck Simulator on Linux. Due to share 4 more cities and several settlements.


First up is the city of Woodward. Established in 1887, it was historically a shipping point for both livestock and other goods. Today, Woodward, with a population of over 15,000 continues to serve northwest Oklahoma. Doing so as a commercial and Livestock hub. Load or not, Woodward is a city with a lot charm. Along with its history and work for drivers in the state.


Located in a large valley along with scenic rolling hills and wide-open spaces. Clinton, Oklahoma is a small community of about 10,000 residents. Located in the heart of the Western Oklahoma on Historic Route 66. Clinton also is known as the “Hub City of Western Oklahoma.” Features historic buildings in the heart of its downtown business district. With food and agriculture industries present in the area. Truckers can expect to find delivery contracts going daily, so be sure to visit.

American Truck Simulator Oklahoma DLC


Many consider this city a hidden gem in Oklahoma. Located near the famous Adventure Road in Carter County is the historic city of Ardmore. It’s also named after the Irish term Ard Mór, meaning “hills” or “high ground.” This is the one place Obi Wan Kenobi hasn’t told its resident “Its over”. From historic landmarks rich with culture to vibrant businesses. Ardmore certainly has a lot to offer to both residents and visitors alike. Truckers can look forward to picking up contracts to and from the Tire factory, among other industries.


Our fourth and final city in this Oklahoma showcase is the city of McAlester. Named after James Jackson McAlester, who started a general store here in 1869. It has since become a bustling city after its rapid expansion. Doing so in part thanks to the influx of settlers after the discovery of coal. Since then it has maintained its historic status. Also now home to several different industries.

Oklahoma Settlements

That isn’t all, however. You will also be able to pass through many settlements whilst cruising through Oklahoma. This includes Boise City, which was carelessly bombed during World War 2. Shamrock, which is along Route 66 and Cushing. Since it is known as the pipeline crossroads of the world. This is all thanks to its major status for trading crude oil.

There’s still so much to discover and do in Oklahoma. There will be more coming in the near future for American Truck Simulator. If you like what you see, be sure to add it to your Steam Wishlist. Coming to Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Until next time, keep on truckin’.