Spintires: Mudrunner American Wilds Cruises Onto the Nintendo Switch

Gaming 492 November 29, 2018 by

Last month, the American Wilds expansion landed for Spintires: Mudrunner on Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. However, if you had a Switch you were out of luck. That’s not the case any longer though as the game is now out on Nintendo’s system.

Unlike the standard version of the game, the Switch edition comes with all the DLC. This includes not only American Wilds, but also the Ridge and Valley DLC too.

Since it comes complete will all the available maps, it means players have plenty of options. Altogether, you can traverse 10 sandbox maps in Russia and America. There are also 11 challenge maps to really put your skills to the test.

The vehicle list remains the same too, including the seven new licensed vehicles. That list includes trucks like the Ford F-150, Western Star 6900XD, and Chevrolet Bison. In addition, Mudrunner also contains 26 fictional vehicles too. All of these, however, are based on Soviet-era rigs.

One major plus the Switch version has going for it is portability. Mudrunner can be played in either docked or undocked mode. This means you can take all the fun with you where ever you go. You can even sim off-road while you off-road for real if you want too.

Thankfully, the co-op feature for the game remains with the Switch too. So you can grab up to three of your friends and dive into a four-person co-op game. This will certainly come in handy when you bury your truck up to the doors in mud.

If you want to pick up Spintires on the Switch, it’s available on the Nintendo Game Store for $39.99. If you prefer a physical copy, it’s also available at most game retailers and Amazon.

You can check out the Switch launch trailer below:

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