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Spintires: Mudrunner will get USA DLC

Discussion in 'Simulation Gaming' started by Shilka, Feb 7, 2018.

  1. Shilka

    Shilka Moderator

    Dec 21, 2011
    Thanks to an eagle eyed Spintires fan, word has gotten out that Focus Interactive has plans for releasing a USA based expansion for Spintires: Mudrunner.

    In a Focus Interactive press release, aimed at investors, the following paragraph was included:
    You can find the full press release here: http://cdn.focus-home.com/admin/investor/communiques/CP-CA-T4-2017-30-janvier-2018-UK.pdf

    This has been confirmed by 'Iyagovos', the community manager on Focus Interactive forums:
    So it looks like we'll be able to do some American style logging in the mud too in a couple of months time...
    I must say though, personally I like the charm that the Russian vehicles have. At the same time I'm curious which American vehicles we'll get to play with... :)
    Kenadian, ElektroVodka and Deb like this.
  2. Kenadian

    Kenadian Staff Member Site Admin

    Dec 18, 2011
    I'm right there with you @Shilka, the Russian setting is what brought me to the game so it remains to be seen (obviously) how this will stack up. I'm not aware of any mud logging in NA, at least not in Canada. Here we're doing a lot more Heli-logging as it represents a smaller environmental impact.

    Oddly enough we use KA32a which is manufactured in Russia.


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