SnowRunner Season 6 – titled Haul & Hustle – is coming to PC and consoles later this month.
The newest post-launch expansion for the popular haulage sim has a confirmed release date of December 7, 2021 for PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. It will then arrive a day later on PS4.
As with past DLC, SnowRunner Season 6 will arrive towing a free new update for all players with some pretty nifty in-game features.
Haul & Hustle gives you even more ways to experience SnowRunner, almost two years after the game’s debut. Season 6 comes packed with content, including two new maps, two new vehicles, and a bundle of cosmetics to pimp out your rides.
You can access SnowRunner Season 6 one of two ways – either purchasing it individually upon its release date, or as part of the Year 2 bundle. Here’s a rundown of what you get:
Plunge deep into Season 6’s chilly forests of Maine in an effort to establish a forestry base without even basic garage functions like refueling and repairs, at least to begin with. Across two large sandbox maps, both mud and snow must be defeated with the aid of two brand new vehicles: the 8×8 forestry specialist Aramastu Forwarder, and the strong, solid Tayga 6455B, an off-road 6-wheeler.
Even if you don’t fancy paying for new content, there’s plenty to get excited for in December. Developer Saber Interactive has confirmed that a free update will be available for all players, supporting the game with some much-requested features.
Aside from new cosmetics and vehicle addons, crossplay between the Steam version of Snowrunner and other platforms will be enabled. A Photo Mode is also being added, allowing artistic haulers to flex their creative muscles using the game’s intuitive camera tools and effects.
In our SnowRunner review, we scored the genre-defining sequel an almost perfect 9/10:
“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.”