Focus Home Interactive announced today its collaboration with Saber Interactive for the development of Spintires: MudRunner, the ultimate version of the million-seller indie hit Spintires coming in October to PC. Like Spintires before it, Spintires: MudRunner puts players in the driver seat and dares them to take charge of incredible all-terrain vehicles, venturing across extreme Siberian landscapes with only a map and compass as guides.
A huge upgrade over its predecessor, this edition comes complete with a brand new Sandbox Map joining the original game’s 5 environments, a total graphical overhaul, a new Challenge mode with 9 new dedicated maps, 13 new vehicles and other comprehensive improvements. It’s not just an enhanced edition, it’s the ultimate off-road simulation experience!
Players will be able to drive 19 powerful all-terrain vehicles, each with its own characteristics and attachable equipment. Players can complete their objectives and deliveries by enduring perilous conditions across wild, untamed landscapes in extreme conditions with dynamic day-night cycles. Players can overcome muddy terrain, raging rivers and other obstacles that all realistically react to the weight and movement of their vehicle powered by the game’s advanced physics engine.
The game on the PC will also support mods, meaning that players can download mods created by the passionate community for truck-loads of content and an ever-evolving Spintires: MudRunner experience.
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