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Can't recall 100% for sure, but I believe Dallas and South Padre Island (Which also surprised me) were the other two listed.
Outside of that, since it "merges" the individual states into big blobs of the country marked into regions (Keep in mind: Almost the *entire* Mountain and Central time zones were lumped into "Mountain States" or similar), the actual key cities were hit-or-miss. East Texas kinda faded into Louisiana without much proper form, as did parts of New Mexico to the other way.
Didn't get a whole lot of time to explore. Got a key for the beta with only 2-3 days left, and given they didn't include a weekend, I could only play after work.
Did part of the story then just said screw it and roadtrip'd from Chicago, across the northern US through Washington areas, down to the Salt Flats, hit Vegas, did some laps around Laguna Seca (Yes, it's on the map, and you can just hop in and race freely) then swung East and drove through some giant friggin' meteor crater in New Mexico...Crossed through Texas and checked out New Braunfels, and basically just went flat out until we hit Florida and had to quit.
Was a lot of fun, and honestly, that bit of exploration is what makes me want to play it NOW.
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