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News video games 15 October 2021, 22:30

author: Hubert Sledziewski

Pink Ribbons Back in ETS2 and ATS; SCS Software Once Again Joins the Fight Against Cancer

SCS Software, the creators of Euro Truck Simulator and American Truck Simulator, has decided to once again support the fight against female breast cancer and donate a full year's worth of proceeds from the Pink Ribbon Charity Pack DLC to the organizations involved.

Fall is usually associated with an increased number of illnesses - and I don't just mean the corona. Not surprisingly, this is the time of year when campaigns are launched to raise public awareness of the importance of regular check-ups. Some of the most popular campaigns of this type are Pinktober and Movember. The first one concerns breast cancer in women, the second one - prostate cancer in men. Some game developers are eager to join this fight - a good example is SCS Software, which on October 1, 2019 released the Pink Ribbon Charity Pack DLC for Euro Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator.

Pink Ribbon Charity Pack DLC for ETS2 on Steam

Pink Ribbon Charity Pack DLC for ATS on Steam

Pink Ribbons Back in ETS2 and ATS; SCS Software Once Again Joins the Fight Against Cancer - picture #1
Source: Steam.
Pink Ribbons Back in ETS2 and ATS; SCS Software Once Again Joins the Fight Against Cancer - picture #2
Source: Steam.

The title pink ribbons - with which you can decorate your virtual vehicles - are supposed to remind of the need for regular checkups. Moreover, developers - just like last year - promised to donate all proceeds from the sale of the packages containing them to charities fighting breast cancer in women. The devs have provided an updated list of the entities they intend to support (which includes: Alliance of Women with Breast Cancer, Brustkrebs Deutschland e.V., Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Research Foundation), while ensuring that all money raised over the past twelve months from the sale of Pink Ribbon Charity Pack will be credited to their accounts.

Furthermore, more organizations are expected to be added in the future. SCS Software encourages you to spread the word among your friends, share screenshots of your decorated vehicles on social media, and most importantly, get regular health checks. As the DLC in question costs just $1.99 (it has to be purchased separately in ETS2 and ATS), you can buy it with the thought that it will be your small contribution to the fight against breast cancer. And in November, let's have the gentlemen grow a mustache.

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