SnowRunner Season 4 Adds A Huge New Region And Much More

Time to truck off to the Russian Amur Oblast region in the upcoming SnowRunner season 4 DLC - here's what's coming up

Published: May 11, 2021 10:25 AM /


A truck driving through snowy terrain in SnowRunner

Fans of truckin' across the universe rejoice, for SnowRunner season 4 has a release date. New Frontiers will bring with it a massive new region to explore, lots of new missions to conquer, extra vehicles, and plenty more, and its release will coincide with the game launching on Steam.

What do we know about SnowRunner season 4?

You'll be able to grab the season 4 DLC if you're a Season Pass holder or if you picked up SnowRunner: Premium Edition. It adds the new Amur Oblast region of Russia, which, as you might expect, is full of snowy terrain to navigate. Your mission is to fix up an old rocket launch site and ready it for new space launches, so you've got your work cut out for you. Alongside the new region, you can also expect new missions across four brand-new maps. Season 4 is also adding two new vehicles: the ZiKZ 605-R and the Khan 317 Sentinel, plus new hood ornaments and vehicle skins to trick them out.

In addition to the season 4 rollout, you can also look forward to a free update that'll be available to all SnowRunner players regardless of whether you've picked up the DLC or not. This update adds new Trials and new hood ornaments for your vehicles, so there's a huge amount of new content on its way to the game. SnowRunner season 4 will arrive on May 18th, alongside a Steam and Switch release for the game, which has previously been exclusive to the Epic Games Store. Saber Interactive also says SnowRunner players have downloaded over 30 million mods, so if you're interested in changing up the core experience, there will be plenty of scope to do so.

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