SPINTIRES – Off-Road Driving Game That Sports Unique Terrain Deformation System – Releases June 13th

IMGN.PRO and Oovee Game Studios announced today the global release date of SPINTIRES – the ultimate heavy cargo off-road experience. SPINTIRES is going to be released globally on the second Friday of June 13th.

Game will be available on the most popular digital distribution platforms, as well as in boxed version in retail stores.

According to its press release, IMGN.PRO has prepared a game localization including following language versions:

Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Greek, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish

Bartosz Moska?a of IMGN.PRO said:

“We’re very happy that we have managed to secure the release date of SPINTIRES before the summer holiday this year. Organisation of  title’s global distribution, both retail and digital requires a tremendous amount of work, however there’s no better reward for us than satisfaction of the huge community, that has already gathered around SPINTIRES.”

SPINTIRES is an advanced off-road transport simulation. Players will have the opportunity to sit behind the steering wheel of different Soviet vehicles, completing missions focused around the delivery of a variety of goods, to the point of their destination. The game will take place in a scenery of a typical Russian wilderness from late.


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