A racing sim where you're put behind the wheel of trucks and other vehicles designed to haul stuff around the wilderness is certainly something that stands out. Especially when that's the premise. And with SnowRunner
being a sequel to MudRunner
it benefits from lessons learned and focusing on what worked so well.
As discovered by our own part-time trucker looking to win back the affection of his son via entering an arm wrestling contest
- Adrian Haas. Ahem. Sorry, we're just constantly surprised that Over the Top is a movie that exists.
A snippet from the review proper.
SnowRunner boasts such a huge amount of content and vehicles, with beautifully rendered humongous maps containing wildly varied roads and tracks ranging from smooth highway to tyre-sucking mud, slick icy roads and deep snowbanks, as to make the original game look like a simple proof of concept. The UI and controls have been updated, the winch has received a massive and much needed upgrade, and there's way more vehicle, cargo, and quest variety, making the game feel considerably more complete. If Spintires: MudRunner was a budget title, the sequel SnowRunner is akin to a AAA release.
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