Are you enjoying Euro Truck Simulator 2 but feel the unrealistic physics is taking away from your experience? If the answer is yes, Nerds and Scoundrels is here to help! You can improve the physics and how your truck responds without using mods by following the guide below.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 Improved Physics Guide
First thing’s first, before you get started you will be requried to enable the Developer console in Euro Truck Simulator 2. You can do this by simply navigating to the Config file in your Euro Truck Simulator 2 documents at:
C:\Users\YourPCUserName\Documents\Euro Truck Simulator 2
Once this step is finished, open the file using NotePad. You will need to change the values highlighted in the image below. The order doesn’t matter.
First, change g_developer from “0” to “1”
Next, change g_console from “0” to “1”
Then save the file and close it.
Updating the Physics In-Game
To take advantage of the updated physics in-game, you’ll need to launch your game and pull up the in-game console. You can do that by simply pressing the ` button to bring up your console.
When the console pops up, enter the following commands one at a time in the order listed below from top to bottom:
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And that’s it! With these few steps you can make the physics of your truck far more realistic without having to use any mods. Was this Nerds and Scoundrels guide helpful? If so, let us know in the comments. and don’t forget to check out the rest of our Euro Truck Simulator 2 content. To get an idea of the differences regarding realistic physics, check out the video below. In our opinion, the realistic physics adds a lot to the game all without having to hassle with mods. Of course your mileage may vary! Luckily, these changes can be easily reversed!
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