So I've had ETS2 on my Steam wish list for what feels like years, always thought "it'd be nice to have" but glossed over it in any sales...until last week. I picked it up for the ridiculous price of under £4 and sat back on my laptop to have a play, after a few Quick Jobs i began to see the appeal and thought to myself "yeah this is alright, I wonder what the VR experience is like?". So i popped upstairs to my rig, googled how to get the game going on Oculus, loaded her up...and wept with joy! Ok i didn't actually cry but my God what an experience, after setting the controls and whacking the graphics right up (VR performance is bloody good on my lowly pc) i set off out into Euro Land. Immediately just looking around my trucking workstation i felt a great sense of awe, then driving about looking at the semi decent scenery (let's be honest here some if it is a bit naff!) i just fell in love. I got to my first delivery location and set about reverse parking, so so so much easier on VR with a proper wheel than it is on a laptop with a controller...I'm now a truck driver baby! Back to the Steam Store i went and bought ATS as that was also under £4, then i set about spending £20+ on most of the ETS2 DLC, all of it an absolute bargain in this summer sale. Barely a few hours in i started to notice the quirks and some little discrepancies, so i popped off to the Workshop and soon found some much loved mods to improve the experience, i joined the discord channel and was informed about ProMods (huge map addition..as if you need more with all the dlc anyway!) and all of that has further improved the experience and my joy for the game...especially the AI mods as the default AI isn't that good. The relaxing nature, tootling along through the countryside with music playing, it's almost as if it's exactly what i need after a hard day's work. Where on said days i find it hard to concentrate on a Racing Sim, my feet ache so the last thing i want to do is mash the brake pedal at the end of Mulsanne lap after lap. Now i can sit back, stick the tunes on, switch on Cruise Control and lazily travel down to Rome from my base in Genoa, whilst taking in that glorious Italian scenery all the while saving enough for my first Truck...I'm hooked, let's start a Convoy!