SnowRunner confirmed to have four new future content updates

SnowRunner has successfully launched as of today on Nintendo Switch, and also on Steam. With the arrival of the hit driving-sim on new platforms just as it passes its one-year anniversary, the team over at Saber Interactive and Focus Home Interactive have announced that more new content is on the way that both newcomers and veterans alike will enjoy.

To celebrate the launch of SnowRunner on new platforms, Saber Interactive has done two things. The first is the release of the free Anniversary DLC which includes two shiny new trucks. Even biggernews, however, is that SnowRunner has been confirmed to receive four new content updates throughout its second year on the market.

These updates are named: Build & Dispatch, Haul & Hustle, Compete & Conquer and finally, New Expansion. Specific details for each of these new seasons have not yet been revealed, but we do know that they will include new vehicles, new maps, new add-ons, and more.

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With SnowRunner now on Switch, players can already enjoy the four existing content updates that have been released up to this point, including the newest one which just dropped today: New Frontiers. This latest update features a new Russian map, two new vehicles and the exciting objective of restoring an old rocket launch facility and the surrounding areas.

All of the content updates for SnowRunner can be purchased individually, or altogether with a Season Pass. There are now separate passes, however. One goes for Year 1 and the second goes for the new Year 2 content, which can now be pre-ordered. To grab the game and all of the Year 1 content, there’s also the option to buy the Premium Edition at full price.

We recently reviewed SnowRunner and walked away with a great experience. As the review states: “SnowRunner on Switch is now the most authentic driving simulator that the hybrid has to offer. It’s a feature-for-feature port of an already renowned game and is made all the better thanks to Switch-exclusive portable functionality.”

A.K Rahming
Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has a great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.