Legend says that a certain trucker (we’re all feeling proud here right?) decided one day to take a picture while driving on Interstate 80, as he was approaching an area near Fort Bridger known as "The Three Sisters". The image made it seem as if the road over the crest was never-ending and ever since then, people commonly referred to this area as the "Highway to Heaven". Just like it is with the real-life location, we cannot promise you a trip to paradise, but maybe if you try hard enough, you may just follow in the footsteps of the famous trucker and recreate something similar. Just be careful, as some others tend to call this area "Highway to Hell" instead. As if the Devils Tower wasn’t enough.
Time to get back to earth now and mention numerous new road signs which will include speed limit signs, freeway and highway signs, tourist signs, and dynamic message gantries! Speaking of road gantries there’s also going to be a very interesting new visual - gantries with traffic lights at crossroads. These are not exactly a common occurrence, that is why you should always be prepared to take a picture just so you can take it with you "spiritually" wherever you go.
But that’s not all, however, as you will also be able to cross several colorful bridges, and if open space is not for you, be sure not to miss the I-80’s Twin Tunnel near Rock Springs.
All this and more is coming in Wyoming DLC
and whether you want to try to ascend to the heavens (just do not get your hopes "up" - pun intended) or add new visual features to your collection of pictures, do not forget to add Wyoming to your Steam Wishlist!