SnowRunner Season 6: Haul & Hustle Overview

It’s been a few months since SnowRunner brought us Season 5 with new maps and vehicles for players to get through the mud and snow. A new season has arrived today and we can finally jumped in season 6: Haul & Hustle. You can buy this for $6.99, but if you’ve already purchased a season 2 ticket, it’ll be in your library. Like previous seasons, season 6 features two new maps and two new vehicles. Of course, these maps have new quests and contracts to complete, which can contribute a lot of extra hours SnowRunnerThe amount of content is increasing day by day.

As always, you will be able to immediately go to the first of the new maps immediately. The first of the two is The Lowland, with a map of Yellowrock National Park that can be unlocked when you find the right spot the first time around. Arriving there, I boarded the reconnaissance vehicle and went straight to the nearest watchtower. Even though it’s called the Lowlands, this is still Maine. The western part of the state boasts part of the Appalachian Mountains, so the area can see mountains, plus some considerably high terrain. One wrong move and your truck could fall off a steep cliff.

Immediately after arriving at this first watchtower, I had the opportunity to approach the first of these SnowRunner New vehicle of season 6, Aramatsu Forester. As usual, the truck was abandoned in a remote area, so you’ll need to find your way there and make repairs to make it yours. As the name implies, it’s a log truck, which makes sense given how heavily wooded the area is. The other new truck is the Tayga 6455B, which you’ll also need to find out in the world, although it’s not quite as easy to spot as the Aramatsu Forester.

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With new maps we can always expect to find new signings, and season 6 is no stranger to this. You’ll find contracts to operate and operate each of your new garages, plus you’ll run jobs for Dusty Woodwork and Yellowrock Clinical. These contracts will make you make risky deliveries through both mud and snow, as the terrain here is quite different. The lowlands aren’t completely covered with snow, so you’ll need to plan ahead so your truck can handle both types of terrain.

You’ll also help start the sawmill as well as revive a fuel station, so there’s a lot to see here. With this, the 2nd year of SnowRunner half done, as two more, each with their own new maps and paths, are in the works. The game was pretty big at launch, but with all the extra maps it’s ridiculous, potentially offering hundreds of hours of gameplay to anyone trying to do everything. But now players can carefully navigate around the trees and mountainous terrain of Maine, which makes for a remarkably unique experience. For what it’s worth, I didn’t notice any Stephen King references while playing, but I’ll definitely keep an eye out for at least one.

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