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SnowRunner Season 2: Explore & Expand Available - Details & New Trailer



SnowRunner Season 2: Explore & Expand Available - Details & New Trailer

Saber Interactive and Focus Home Interactive released Season 2: Explore & Expand for SnowRunner today, available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Season 2 features new gameplay mechanics, customization items, three new vehicles, two large maps and free content for all players.

This is what’s included in the Season 2 update:

  • Two new maps, Flooded Foothills and Big Salmon Peak, in the new Yukon, Canada region. Both are 4km² and mean the game is now 50% bigger than at launch!
  • Three new vehicles. The CAT 770G, the largest truck ever in the franchise. The CAT TH357D AG, a versatile forklift. Finally, the KRS 58 “Bandit”, an 8×8 with a built-in light crane, great for rescue missions.
  • New pioneering gameplay. For the first time in the series, strive to build brand new facilities and bring the wilderness under control with a Large Ore Processing Plant made of 3 smaller buildings. New cargo crafting and raw material collection from disassembly supports this.
  • A host of customization upgrades, including interior and exterior customization items.

SnowRunner Season 2: Explore & Expand is available as a standalone DLC for $6.99 or as part of the Season Pass for $24.99. If you aren’t into paying, the Season 2 update does include some freebies, including two new Trials, two new Xtreme Cargo, new missions in the Taymyr and Alaska regions, and some additional cosmetic options.

Bob enjoyed SnowRunner, but admits it won’t be for everyone. Read his review here.

SnowRunner is not going to be for everyone. In fact, I would consider this title to be more of a simulation and less of a sport. It’s really a combination of multiple titles, but in the end, it is a slow-moving, methodical off-road simulation that has a sprinkle of sports and outdoors tossed into the mixed. If you’re looking for a time killer that will test you and your resolve quite often, then you could do much worse than having SnowRunner in the rotation.

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