SnowRunner update 1.11 improves wheel support

Focus Home and Saber Interactive have hauled out a new game patch for their popular Spintires sequel, SnowRunner.

Following on from last month’s major SnowRunner update – which dropped a truckload of new free and paid DLC content – version 1.11 is much lighter, making some requested fixes while also improving the compatibility of various racing wheels. You can read the full patch notes further down.


Last month, Saber Interactive brought a close to the first part of the post-launch season pass DLC labelled Phase One: Search & Rescue. Split into two halves, this add-on content included new vehicles as well as two new maps, missions, and other extras.

The studio currently has plans for four phases, all of which are included with the SnowRunner season pass. The second phase, Explore & Expand, will then be followed by another dubbed Locate & Deliver, before the fourth and final unnamed expansion.

Snowrunner Patch Notes 1.11


  • In Co-op, fixed kicks from the game after watchtower unlocks, contracts completion
  • Additional fixes for co-op on a LAN
  • Fixed bug where trailers’ fuel capacity wasn’t displayed according to the selected metric system
  • Fixed a bug when snorkel functionality for Royal BM17 depended on the installed bumper
  • Fixed incorrect collision and behavior of International Transtar 4070A with Trapezium bumper and Fuel Tank attached (or other heavy loads)


  • Added Logitech True Force Wheel G923 support for PC, Xbox One and PS4
  • Fixed conflicts between using D-pad and moving camera using Logitech G920, Logitech G923
  • Fixed bug when gears binds were not saved when exiting the game
  • Fixed bug when Clutch Pedal didn’t work with TX Racing Wheel Leather Edition
  • Fixed winch not working when using Logitech G Saitek Farm Controller

Saber also recently confirmed that SnowRunner mods will be coming to the console versions of the game. For more on SnowRunner, make sure you read our 9/10 review – here’s a snippet:

SnowRunner is a game thoroughly, single-mindedly, in love with the open road. It just happens that it’s the kind of love that’s bred by getting that road so thoroughly under your nails, you occasionally have to wonder whether it’s actually hate. Care, attention and time will show that SnowRunner is a passion project worth putting the extra mile in for.

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