Spintires MudRunner feature

Launch trailer released for Spintires MudRunner

Focus Home Interactive has released the Spintires MudRunner launch trailer. Spintires is an incredible off-road vehicle simulator, taking players on hostile roads and harsh environments. Focus Home Interactive has also revealed that the first edition has sold over a million copies on PC.

Spintires MudRunner offers new content and new challenges for players looking for emergent encounters and true-to-life off-roading situations. Spintires MudRunner features incredible physics simulation, putting players in the driver’s seat of powerful off-road vehicles. The game challenges players to face extreme sandbox environments, with only a map, a compass and your driving talents to survive!

Through numerous missions and challenges, off-road vehicle fans will enjoy crossing mud, rivers with strong currents, and climb perilous peaks. The game will also feature a variety of vehicles. From 4x4s to trucks and sturdy logistic vehicles, pretty much all of them are designed to withstand the most extreme conditions.

Alongside the advanced physics engine, the game features fuel simulation, a differential transmission system, soft-tire simulation, as well as realistic interactions between vegetation, mud, water, and your vehicle.

Lastly, players looking for adventure and open environments will love the freedom offered by the sandbox maps of the game. This basically means that players can choose what path to take, through difficult terrain, rivers, forests, swamps and mountains.

Spintires MudRunner releases on October 31st on Steam.


MudRunner - Launch Trailer

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