Spintires: MudRunner launch trailer ‘hammers down’

We hope you’re up to snuff on your trucker slang trucking simulator fans, it’s time to pop some “West Coast turnarounds” and “throw some irons,” so fill up on some “motion lotion” and “pay your water bill.”

Focus Home Interactive on Friday just delivered a “bundled out” launch trailer for Spintires: MudRunner in anticipation of next Tuesday’s release of this long awaited ultimate off-road edition, and believe me, this ain’t no Farming Simulator.

Check it out below.

MudRunner, an updated release of the previous Spintires game, will once again allow players to feel the thrill, passion, and sometimes terror of being an off-road truck driver.

With many perilous objectives and extreme deliveries to make, off-road trucking fans will be able to hop into the driver’s seat of their choice of 4x4s, trucks, and logistic vehicles designed to withstand the harshest conditions Mother Nature can throw at them.

Armed with only their map, compass, winch, and driving skills, they’ll have to traverse through treacherous terrain such as mud, rivers, and rocky cliffs to make these deliveries and complete objectives.

MudRunner is being released for its first time not just on PC, but to consoles such as the PlayStation 4, opening the door to a wider audience of players that may have never tried a truck driving simulator.

With it comes a plethora of new content, including an overhaul of the graphics and physics engine, 13 new all-terrain vehicles (bringing the total to 19), a new sandbox map, and a new game mode allowing for 4 player co-op.

The updated engine is where the real dedicated players and driving enthusiasts will find their “home 20.” From fuel and soft-tire simulation to realistic fluid interactions between your rig and the mud, any path that players take to reach their goal will always test their mettle behind the wheel.

You won’t find any room for “Billy Big Riggers” here, these trucks were made for going “through the woods”, literally.

Spintires: MudRunner releases on Tuesday, Oct 31 for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.

“How bout’” everyone, “got your ears on?”

Fans of trucking simulators, players that have never touched a simulator, and everyone in-between, does this look like one you’ll be interested in?

Tell us in the comments.