A.K Rahming

Saber Interactive recently unveiled SnowRunner, the official title of the previously-announced Spintires: MudRunner 2. This is the follow up to MudRunner, which (rather unexpectedly) came to Switch in the latter half of 2018. The port that Saber put together was surprisingly capable, and functioned well enough in both handheld and docked mode, despite the game’s technical complexity. With the first feat having been achieved, the full reveal of its incoming sequel feels a bit odd, as it has been confirmed for everything but the Switch. SnowRunner builds upon the MudRunner formula by introducing a lot of new features like snow-covered maps (with hazards […]

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