Car Crash TV: New Sound Recordings For ETS2

Dream job.

I like Euro Truck Simulator 2 more with each passing day. Last time, it was because the game now has Oculus Rift support. This time, it’s because developers SCS Software have re-invested the profits from some recent DLC back into the game. By recording cars smashing into one another from great heights.

Check out the video of this week’s sound recording session below.

It’s not clear from the blog post whether these are for a future free update or for a piece of DLC, but I suspect it was at least partly because the dev team wanted to get out of the office for a day and watch cars crumple together.


  1. Keyrock says:

    Now that’s a fun day at work.

    • protorp says:

      Yep, the smirking workers in the background made it for me. Nice to know that someone maybe headed home and burst through the door saying “you’ll never guess what we did at work today!”

  2. Ham Solo says:

    For science!

  3. BLACKOUT-MK2 says:

    Disclaimer Note: Cars were harmed in the making of this videogame.

  4. Amnesiac says:

    All I gleamed from this is that crashing cars into each other is not a good way of making car crash sound effects.

  5. markside says:

    Holy toledo. Somebody had fun.

  6. subactuality says:

    This sort of makes me want to play Car Crash Sound Recording Simulator 2014.

  7. Canadave says:

    As if it wasn’t bad enough slamming into an AI driver who just cut you off at 95 km/h as it is.