Truck Driver launch trailer brings the big rigs

One of the best things about video games is the ability to be something you’re not. Most people won’t ever get to be a professional racing driver but playing Gran Turismo Sport will allow you drive some truly amazing vehicles. I’ve never even seen a sniper rifle in real life but with the Sniper Elite series I’ve become an expert marksman. More mundane occupations have been getting in on the action recently as well, with titles like Car Mechanic Simulator, Farming Simulator, and Bartender VR Simulator. Well, you can now add driving a big rig to these occupation-based games thanks to Truck Driver from Soedesco and Triangle Studios. To celebrate the upcoming release of Truck Driver they have just released the launch trailer for the game. You can check it out below along with the official description of the game –

Truck Driver revolves around building a trucking career while getting to know the characters and establishing relationships. The game offers a meaningful experience to players as they always know who they’re driving for, what cargo they’re transporting, why their help is needed and how their work impacts the world around them. The trailer perfectly highlights these elements. Several characters can be seen with each their entertaining dialogues. One example shown in the trailer is how a character, fishmonger Charlie, is able to grow his seafood company due to the help of the player’s transport jobs. A truck driver is much needed by the characters and players get to see how their work changes the lives of these people. Truck Driver gives players a unique view into their own trucking journey.

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at our sister site XboxEnthusiast, Steve also has a serious love for Nintendo. His first console was an N64 and it was love at first sight. He may specialise in racing games but will give anything a shot. He's also a serious guitar player and musician. Basically, Steve rocks. Need we say more?

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