Euro Truck Simulator 2: Beyond the Baltic Sea

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Euro Truck Simulator 2: Beyond the Baltic Sea is a map expansion DLC for Euro Truck Simulator 2. It is the fifth map of DLC involving map expansions. It was released on November 29, 2018 and it costs $17.99, £13.49, €17,99.


The DLC adds all Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), southern part of Finland, and small parts of Russia.

Dozens of new cities, towns, ports and villages, new industries, thousands of kilometers of roads await. You’ll drive through vast swathes of low lying, verdant landscape, dotted with relics of past ages, as well as stark reminders of the great upheaval of the last century. For the first time you will drive into Russia and visit the great northern metropolis of Saint Petersburg. Going further, you will enter populous and industrially rich regions of Finland, where you can enjoy the unique experience of driving efficient High Capacity Transports.

You’ll meander your way around lakes and rivers, and forests of pine and birch will often close upon you as you journey through these countries of quiet, subdued beauty. Welcome to the lands beyond the Baltic Sea!

~ Euro Truck Simulator 2 - Beyond the Baltic Sea Steam Store page[1]

DLC Features

  • Over 13 thousand kilometers of new in-game roads.
  • Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia to explore.
  • Southern Finland containing major cities and industry.
  • Russian territory including Saint Petersburg and Kaliningrad.
  • 24 new major cities and many smaller towns.
  • Characteristic Baltic architecture.
  • Famous landmarks and recognizable places.
  • Brand new unique 3D-assets.
  • Lush climate accordant vegetation.
  • Local AI trains, trams, and traffic cars.
  • Over 30 new local company docks and industries.
  • Finland-only High Capacity Transport (a tractor and two long trailers).
  • Baltic-region achievements to unlock.

The DLC also features a total of 35 new industries with some having large and very detailed depots/plants. The Baltic area contains diverse common industries like farms and sawmills but also more specialized ones like a yacht building company.[2] Also a locomotive building company has been added.[3]

Name Type Logo
AeroBaltica (АэроБалтика) Air Logistics Aerobaltica logo.pngAerobaltica ru logo.png
Agrominta UAB Farming company Agrominta UAB logo.png
Ateria AS Food Processing Ateria AS logo.png
Balteus Yachts (Балтеус Яхты) Yachts manufacturer Balteus logo.pngBalteus ru logo.png
Baltic Logistic Transport
(Балтийский Логистический Транспорт)
Logistics BLT logo.pngBLT ru logo.png
Baltic Metallurgy
(Балтийская Металлургия)
Metal Industry Baltic Metallurgy logo.pngBaltic Metallurgy ru logo.png
Baltomorsk (Балтоморск) Forestry Baltomorsk logo.pngBaltomorsk ru logo.png
Cemeltex (Цемелтекс) Construction company Cemeltex logo.pngCemeltex ru logo.png
Domdepo (Домдепо) House Construction Domdepo logo.pngDomdepo ru logo.png
Estonian Paper AS Paper producing Estonian Paper AS logo.png
Evikši ZS Farming company Eviksi ZS logo.png
Finnish Tyres (Финские Шины) Tire manufacturer Finnish Tyres logo.pngFinnish Tyres ru.png
Gasmer (Газмер) Gas Stations Gasmer logo.pngGasmer ru logo.png
International Baltic Petroleum Chemical company Ibp logo.png
Ladoga Auto (Ладога Авто) Car manufacturer Ladoga Auto logo.pngLadoga Auto ru logo.png
Lateds AS Food processing Lateds AS logo.png
Latvijas Vagonu Rūpnīca Locomotive manufacturer LVR logo.png
Lintukainen Forestry Lintukainen logo.png
Maatila Egres Farming Maatila Egres logo.png
Nordic Cargo Handling
(Нордик Карго Хэндлинг)
Railway Logistics Nordic Cargo Handling logo.pngNordic Cargo Handling ru logo.png
Noskonitta Food Processing Noskonitta logo.png
Õnnelik Talu Farming company Onnelik Talu logo.png
PK Medved (ПК Meдвeдь) Food processing PK Medved logo.png
Radus (Радус) Concrete Plants Radus logo.pngRadus ru logo.png
Renat Furniture Renat logo.png
Rosmark (Росмарк) Logistics Rosmark logo.pngRosmark ru logo.png
Severoatom (Ceвepoaтoм) Nuclear power plants Severoatom logo.png
Sininen Aurinko Logistiikka Logistics S.A.L. logo.png
Suprema (Супpeмa) Supermarket Suprema logo.pngSuprema ru logo.png
Ukko Voima Nuclear power plants Ukko Voima logo.png
Vanha Kivi (Старый Камень) Quarrying company Vanha Kivi logo.pngVanha Kivi ru logo.png
Viljo Paperitehdas Oy Paper producing Viljo Paperitehdas Oy logo.png
Vilniaus Popieriaus Fabrikas Paper producing VPF logo.png
VRM Oil (ВРМ Ойл) Gas Stations VRM logo.pngVRM ru logo.png
Zelenye Polja (Зелëные Поля) Farming company Zelenye Polja logo.png
There are also some of the already existing companies in the DLC. It is known that BHV, Container Port, GNT, IKA Bohag, Marina, NS Chemicals, NS Oil, Polaris Lines and Renar Logistik were featured.


The DLC brings 35 new cities, 24 big and major cities and 11 small cities or towns. The capitals of the countries are marked in bold.

City name Country Remarks First mentioned
Daugavpils Latvia 2nd largest city in Latvia 21 August 2018[4]
Helsinki Finland Capital of Finland 1.32 Open Beta
Russia Capital of Kaliningrad Oblast (Russia) 29 June 2018[5]
Kaunas Lithuania 2nd largest city in Lithuania 1.32 Open Beta
Klaipėda Lithuania 3rd largest city in Lithuania 29 June 2018[5]
Kotka Finland 19th largest city in Finland 23 November 2018[6]
Kouvola Finland 11st largest city in Finland 23 November 2018[6]
Kunda Estonia 29th largest city in Estonia 23 November 2018[6]
Lahti Finland 8th largest city in Finland 15 August 2018[7]
Liepāja Latvia 3rd largest city in Latvia 29 June 2018[5]
Loviisa Finland Nuclear power plant in Finland Release
Luga (Луга) Russia Capital of Leningrad Oblast (Russia) 23 August 2018[8]
Mažeikiai Lithuania Refinery in Lithuania Release
Naantali Finland Seaport 1.33 Experimental Beta
Narva Estonia 3rd largest city in Estonia 7 September 2018[9]
Olkiluoto Finland Nuclear power plant in Finland Release
Paldiski Estonia Seaport 1.33 Experimental Beta
Panevėžys Lithuania 5th largest city in Lithuania 23 November 2018[6]
Pärnu Estonia 4th largest city in Estonia 6 November 2018[10]
Pori Finland 10th largest city in Finland 23 November 2018[6]
Pskov (Псков) Russia Capital of Pskov Oblast (Russia) 23 August 2018[8]
Rēzekne Latvia 7th largest city in Latvia 6 November 2018[10]
Rīga Latvia Capital of Latvia 23 November 2018[6]
Saint Petersburg
Russia 2nd largest city in Russia 2 March 2018[11][12]
Šiauliai Lithuania 4th largest city in Lithuania 7 September 2018[9]
Sosnovy Bor
(Сосновый Бор)
Russia Nuclear power plant in Russia 23 August 2018[8]
Tallinn Estonia Capital of Estonia 21 September 2018[12]
Tampere Finland 3rd largest city in Finland 15 August 2018[7]
Tartu Estonia 2nd largest city in Estonia 6 November 2018[10]
Turku Finland 6th largest city in Finland 7 September 2018[9]
Utena Lithuania 10th largest city in Lithuania 23 November 2018[6]
Valmiera Latvia 8th largest city in Latvia 23 November 2018[6]
Ventspils Latvia 6th largest city in Latvia 27 June 2018[13]
Vilnius Lithuania Capital of Lithuania 7 September 2018[9]
Vyborg (Выборг) Russia 206th largest city in Russia 16 October 2018[14][15]


Main article: Euro Truck Simulator 2 Achievements

6 new Steam achievements have been added on November 26, 2018.[16]

Icon Name Description
ETS2 Achievement Baltic Tourist.jpg Baltic Tourist Discover all Beyond the Baltic Sea DLC cities
ETS2 Achievement Grand Tour.jpg Grand Tour Complete perfect deliveries (no damage, no fines, on time) between the following countries: Russia - Lithuania; Lithuania - Latvia; Latvia - Estonia; Estonia - Russia; Russia - Finland. Any order or direction counts
ETS2 Achievement Exclave Transit.jpg Exclave Transit Complete 5 deliveries from Kaliningrad to any other Russian city
ETS2 Achievement Concrete Jungle.jpg Concrete Jungle Complete 10 deliveries from concrete plants
ETS2 Achievement Industry Standard.jpg Industry Standard Make at least two deliveries to each locomotive, furniture and paper mill factories
ETS2 Achievement Like a Farmer.jpg Like a Farmer Deliver cargo to each farm in Beyond the Baltic Sea DLC

Release History

SCS Software first hinted about the DLC in a blog post posted on 6 February 2018. After that, SCS released information about the DLC in their blog, at about one blog post per month:

  • 26 January 2018: In a video created by SCS for the Meeting Room of the Year competition, multiple hints for a Baltic DLC can be seen in the background.[17][18]
  • 6 February 2018: Blog post which teases the next map expansion with screenshots.[18]
  • 2 March 2018: First official blog post about the map expansion.[11]
  • 6 April 2018: Blog post about border crossing prefabs.[19]
  • 4 May 2018: Blog post about new industries.[2]
  • 19 June 2018: Blog post about more industries.[3]
  • 23 June 2018: New cities can be seen in the Germany revisiting video.[13]
  • 15 August 2018: Blog post about nature and countryside.[20]
  • 21 August 2018: Steam page for the expansion was added.[4]
  • 7 September 2018: Blog post about landmarks.[9]
  • 21 September 2018: Blog post about Saint Petersburg, the second largest city of Russia.[12]
  • 16 October 2018: Blog post about Western Diameter in Saint Peterburg, Russia.[14]
  • 6 November 2018: Blog post about towns and cities.[10]
  • 10 November 2018: Update 1.33 Experimental Beta added some locations in new country.
  • 14 November 2018: Blog post about Finland.[21]
  • 21 November 2018: Blog post about ports.[22]
  • 23 November 2018: SCS announced the release date of the expansion.[6]
  • 26 November 2018: Steam achievements added.[16]
  • 29 November 2018: Beyond the Baltic Sea DLC is released.[23]


SCS Blog

See also


  1. Euro Truck Simulator 2 - Beyond the Baltic Sea Steam store page, accessed 2022-07-11
  2. 2.0 2.1 SCS Software, Beyond the Baltic Sea: New industries, 2018-05-04 (accessed 2018-05-04)
  3. 3.0 3.1 SCS Software, Beyond the Baltic Sea New Industries 2, 2018-06-19 (accessed 2018-06-19)
  4. 4.0 4.1 ETS2: Beyond the Baltic Sea on Steam
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 SCS Software, Beyond the Baltic Sea releasing on November 29, 2018-11-23 (accessed 2018-11-23)
  7. 7.0 7.1
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 SCS Software, Baltic Landmarks, 2018-09-07 (accessed 2018-09-07)
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 SCS Software, Towns and Cities, 2018-11-06 (accessed 2018-11-06)
  11. 11.0 11.1 SCS Software, Beyond the Baltic Sea, 2018-03-02 (accessed 2018-03-02)
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 SCS Software, Saint Petersburg - Санкт-Петербург, 2018-09-21 (accessed 2018-09-21)
  13. 13.0 13.1
  14. 14.0 14.1 SCS Software, Saint Petersburg - Western Diameter, 2018-10-16 (accessed 2018-10-16)
  15. St. Petersburg Western Diameter - Beyond the Baltic Sea ETS2 DLC, SCS Software, 2018-10-16 (Accessed 2020-12-20)
  16. 16.0 16.1 SteamDB, Euro Truck Simulator 2 Achievements, 2018-11-26 (accessed 2018-11-26)
  18. 18.0 18.1 SCS Software, Something (else) is cooking!, 2018-02-06 (accessed 2018-02-09)
  19. SCS Software, ETS2 Baltic: Border Crossing Prefabs, 2018-04-06 (accessed 2018-04-06)
  20. SCS Software, Countryside and Nature, 2018-08-15 (accessed 2018-08-15)
  21. SCS Software, Postcards from Finland, 2018-11-14 (accessed 2018-11-14)
  22. SCS Software, Baltic Ports, 2018-11-21 (accessed 2018-11-21)
  23. SCS Software, Approaching the Baltic Sea!, 2018-11-29 (accessed 2018-11-29)