SnowRunner, sequel to MudRunner, is coming to Epic Games Store on April 28th

Focus Home Interactive has announced that SnowRunner, the highly anticipated sequel to the ultimate off-road simulation game MudRunner, will release on April 28th. The game will come out exclusively on the Epic Games Store. Moreover, the publisher released a new trailer that you can find below.

Powered by a new graphics engine and improved physics simulation, SnowRunner puts players in the driver’s seat of powerful vehicles. Players will conquer wild open environments with the most advanced terrain simulation ever. The game will have 40 vehicles from brands such as Western Star, Ford, Chevrolet, and Freightliner.

SnowRunner and its all-new snow environments aim to provide unique challenges to overcome.

“Brave mud, torrential waters, but also snowbanks, ice and frozen lakes while taking on perilous contracts and missions. Expand and customize your fleet of vehicles with countless upgrades and accessories to help you defeat the environment – intake snorkels, chain tires, bumpers, high suspensions, floodlights, and many more upgrades will give you the edge you need.”

SnowRunner will have both solo and co-op modes. Up to 4 players can play the game via its co-op mode. Players will also be happy to know the game releases with full mod support on PC, allowing for a near infinite off-road experience thanks to community-made content.


SnowRunner - Release Date Reveal Trailer

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