Unsupported Game Version detected - How to downgrade your game
Last update: 02 Dec 11:48 UTC
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Unsupported Game Version detected
If you get the error shown below, this article will help you downgrade or upgrade your game to the correct version of American Truck Simulator or Euro Truck Simulator 2.
Whenever American Truck Simulator or Euro Truck Simulator 2 is updated by SCS Software you will need to downgrade your game until TruckersMP pushes an update to support the new version.
Updating TruckersMP to the new version may take some time, we also do not have an average waiting time for the new updates. Once we support the newest version, it will be posted on our socials and our Discord.
To upgrade/downgrade ATS or ETS2 you need to open Steam. After doing that follow these steps:
You can also watch this video on how to downgrade your game.
- Open your Library
- Right-click on American Truck Simulator / Euro Truck Simulator 2
- Open Properties...
- Head over to Betas
=> Here you need to find the correct version. If TruckersMP is fully updated and supports the new version, you need to select "None".
For ETS2 select:
For ATS select:
-> If SCS updated the game you need to find the latest supported version by TruckersMP. You can find that version in the error message when you try to launch ATSMP / ETS2MP. After you know the supported version, try to search for that version in your Steam Settings.
Note: Downgrading your game isn't always possible. We recommend disabling automatic updates for both ATS and ETS2.
If your game already has the correct version - Old Launcher
If your game already has the correct version but you still receive that error message, try to follow these steps:
As an example we will do this with ETS2. You can do the same with ATS and all ATS files/locations.
- Open Steam and go to your Library
- Right-click on Euro Truck Simulator 2 and open Properties...
- After the Properties window has opened click on Local Files tab and press Browse Local Files...
- A folder with game files will open, then copy the path to this folder
- Click Start -> Run (or WIN+R)
regedit and hit enter
- Follow the path
- Double click on
- Paste the previously copied path in
If you still encounter problems, feel free to take a look at this topic or contact our Support Team here.
Need help opening a Support Ticket, take a look at this article.