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Spintires: MudRunner - American Wilds

Spintires: MudRunner - American Wilds (SWITCH) game cover art
Platform: Switch
Tags: Racing
Developer: Saber Interactive


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Saber Interactive is currently working on Spintires: MudRunner 2, but the company issued a press release today to assure fans that it hasn't forgotten about the first game in the series. In fact, additional content is on the way as part of an American Wilds... full article

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