If it has the same 3rd person camera as in the original spintires its a instant refund for me.
I hope they do. Because otherwise, I doubt this game has a long shelf life. It would be interesting to see how they do mods, however, especially considering that they don't have the benefit of a set up system like Steam Workshop. Maybe a set up like Bethesda has for console mods?
I guessing making mods available on console is way harder than putting them on PC, I don't know how that all works though. Also I'm not sure how much Microsoft or Sony like their files to be tampered with. With Steam, it'll be super easy since it'll have the Workshop.
I assume it's digital only, for the time being anyway. Hopefully we'll eventually see a physical release after its 31st October release.I wonder if it will be a proper dvd disc for consoles, because I bought the original spintires years ago off amazon, it came in a dvd case for pc, but was a download code, was rather disappointed to say the least..hope its a disc and not a download.
...I don't see any major improvements since the first SpinTires. All I see on the gameplay trailer is different UI, a little better graphics, some cars visually modified (e.g. UAZ 469 with hard top and repainted to blue), one new car (ZAZ 968M) and interior view like on standard cars in GT5/6.
If you haven't played the first game and want to play on a console, you may have a reason to buy it. But as an owner of the original SpinTires, I'm not planning to purchase Mudrunner.