Snowrunner Season 2 will add two new maps and game’s biggest truck

Snowrunner developer Saber Interactive have confirmed a release date for their second season of premium content dubbed Snowrunner Season 2: Explore & Expand.


The new expansion will be available from next week on November 16th, rolling out across all versions of the popular terrain traversing sim including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. We have added the Season 2 overview trailer, which can be seen above.

This is the second of two “phases” Saber Interactive have promised as part of the Snowrunner season pass. Season 2: Explore & Expand will be unlocked for everyone who has a pass or can be purchased and downloaded separately for those who only want this latest DLC.

Two new maps are coming alongside a number of bonus vehicles including, creating even more ways for players to explore and take on Snowrunner’s challenges. Here’s what’s coming:

Season 2 brings two new maps set in Canada’s Yukon wilderness, filled with snow-blanketed valleys, treacherous rivers and dangerous mud banks, featuring missions that allow for more creative gameplay than ever. Expand your operations into this new frontier, gathering raw materials and using the brand new cargo crafting mechanic to build a huge processing plant from scratch. Three new vehicles join the vehicle roster, including the CAT 770G: the biggest truck in the franchise yet. Current vehicles can also be customised even further, with new exclusive skins, hood ornaments and exterior stickers.

Even if you don’t own the season pass, you’ll still want to hop in your truck on November 16th. Snowrunner will be receiving free new trials, Xtreme cargo, customisation items, and missions when Season 2 lands, available to all players.

Dom reviewed Snowrunner earlier this year, scoring the Murdrunner sequel a stunning 9 out of 10. Here’s what he had to say:

“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.”

Source: Press Release

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