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I’m always fascinated how people customise things, from pencil cases to player characters – and trucks, of course. Euro Truck Simulator 2 [official site] lets folks fancy up their rigs with fancy paint jobs, but now with new DLC opens a wonderful new space to blow cash on trinkets to make you happy, adding cabin accessories.
Nodding dogs, pennants, hula dancers, laptops, handbags, ice boxes, and fluffy dice are among the treasures truckers can now fill their cabins with, and yeah, I am keen to see the scenes people create. Have a look at all this junk:
Andy loves him some Euro Truck Simulator 2, and a just-announced spot of DLC seems the perfect thing to inspire another road trip. The Cabin Accessories DLC adds, well, cabin accessories, letting you adorn your virtual truck with an assortment of physics-enabled tat. I don't see the option to recreate the British trucking experience, with a wilting, forgotten pasty and a wrinkled copy of The Sun, but you can add that wobbly hula lady from the Far Cry games.
I’ve been on holiday, which means I’ve spent more energy walking around and looking at things>, than I do when I’m at work. It’s a tricky thing, this holiday business. How am I supposed to enjoy the majesty of nature (and the cold pint in a country pub that waits at the end of nature) when my muscles are aching, the sweat is like an oil slick on my brow, and I’ve fallen into the habit of checking my maps every fifteen minutes because I’m convinced I’m walking in the wrong direction.