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Man Installs Incredible Gaming Setup To Play Truck Simulator

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Man Installs Incredible Gaming Setup To Play Truck Simulator

An avid gamer has taken the gaming experience to the next level by creating an insane set-up to create realistic truck simulator.

Truck Simulator player ricotrucker1 has altered his gaming system to look like he’s actually driving a truck, and honestly, it’s got us questioning what is real life anymore.

The gamer has sprawled his elaborate gaming system over a real truck, even installing side mirrors in the simulation and a passenger seat beside him for anyone who wants to hit the highway with him.

He’s also added a real-life gear lever, a light-up dashboard and even a mic hanging in the middle of his set-up, presumably so he can communicate to other players.

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The internet has gone wild over this simulation, with many have to make a second take.

One person wrote: “Is this in your house?! If so where do I get one?! seriously tho!”

Another commented: “This looks so f**king cool!!!!”

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A third person said: “Truck Sim Goals!!!”

While another wrote: “Guys just want one thing and it's literally beautiful.”

We haven’t been questioning our reality this hard since the re-emergence of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator in 2020.

While you might have played the game as a kid, the re-release of the game confirms that graphics have come a long way since the wee days of Tetris and Pac-Man.

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Thanks to the little help of 4k resolution, the game makes you feel like you’re really steering from the sky, making you feel like Tom Cruise right out of Top Gun: Maverick.

Credit: Microsoft’s Flight Simulator
Credit: Microsoft’s Flight Simulator

Shortly after the game was released, people couldn’t believe their eyes as one person wrote: "Love the graphics, just so realistic. I think this will be the best you can get in the simulator world."

While another commented: "Just wow. Those clouds, lightning, textures, cities! That looks amazing. Well done Microsoft."

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However, speaking of re-releasing beloved old video games, a video game developer recently remastered The Simpsons: Hit & Run with modern graphics and one continuous world, unlike the actual game, which divides the worlds into levels or zones.

The video now has nearly two million views.

And while the developer/mega fan insisted that the remaster is ‘purely’ for entertainment purposes, many fans are calling for the game to be released.

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And while it won’t be hitting shelves anytime soon, we can still appreciate the attempt to capture a little nostalgia.

Featured Image Credit: ricotrucker1 / Instagram.

Topics: Gaming, News

Charisa Bossinakis
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