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Expeditions: A MudRunner Game announced for Switch

Posted on August 22, 2023 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Expeditions: A MudRunner Game

At Gamescom 2023 today, publisher Saber Interactive and developer Saber Interactive announced Expeditions: A MudRunner Game. It will be releasing on Switch in 2024.

The game is an off-road adventure experience in which players lead research missions and drive a variety of all-terrain vehicles, using high-tech tools and managing their camp and crew to ensure your success in the wild. Further details are included in the following overview:

Embark on ever-rewarding scientific expeditions as you adapt to nature’s challenges and unravel the mysteries of uncharted lands. Venture into the vast wilderness of arid deserts and rugged forests to the steepest mountains, brimming with hidden treasures and forgotten ruins.

Lead research missions as you drive a variety of all-terrain vehicles through treacherous paths, using advanced technologies and high-tech tools to overcome obstacles. Build and manage your base and equip your vehicles with essential gadgets like drones or scanners to ensure your success in the wild. Hire a team of top-notch experts to improve your skills in the field, unlocking new possibilities for exploration.

Key Features

● Experience a new take on the most advanced physics-based, off-road adventure from the creators of MudRunner and SnowRunner.
● Plan your itinerary wisely by flying over the landscapes with your reconnaissance drone, use your metal detector and camera drone to locate caches of valuable equipment.
● Chart through extreme landscapes with your vehicle’s arsenal of cutting-edge gadgets, like planting anchors to ascend difficult slopes or activating echo sounders to probe water depth.
● Manage your camp by building research structures and hiring experts to unlock new skills and possibilities during your expeditions.

We have the first trailer for Expeditions: A MudRunner Game below.

Reveal Trailer

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