Hello everyone and welcome to another Truck Driver video. In the previous weeks we’ve talked about the Unity Engine upgrade, an entirely new AI System and a Nintendo Switch version. If you’ve missed these videos, you can check them out by clicking the button in the top right corner or by checking out the links in the description. Today I would like to talk about a new feature that’s coming to Truck Driver. Please note that it will still take some time before this feature will be added to the game, … but with these videos we just want to be transparent with you about what’s currently being worked on. Keep in mind that the footage we show is work in progress or in-engine footage. Everything you see is still subject to change. I’m happy to announce that Kokku is currenly working on a visual damage system. So that you can also see the damage on your truck and AI vehicles themselves. Currently you can see the damage your truck has sustained on the SatNav. There’s chassis damage, … engine wear … and tire wear. The colors on each individual part give an indication of the damage on your Truck. Shades of green means everything is fine and shades of red means these parts need repairs. The damages have impact on gameplay as well. Tire wear increases your braking distance, chassis damage results in steering deviation and engine damage breaks your engine. Now let’s take a look at some work in progress footage of this new visual damage system. This is footage from inside the Unity Engine. We’ll shoot some objects towards the truck to simulate how the truck responds to these hits. As you can see, when the truck is hit in specific places, it results into the truck getting dented or scratched in those exact spots. To give you an impression of how this damage will look like while you’re on the road, we also have some footage from within the Unity Engine that shows how the trucks will look after they’ve been damaged. We’re cycling through random damage states here, as where and how badly your truck is damaged all depends on what exactly happened. I hope you all like it. If you’ve missed the two previous update videos make sure to check those out too. Don’t forget to subscribe if you want to stay up to date and to join our Discord if you have any remaining questions. Thank you for watching, and we’ll talk soon.