@Crumpy2 said in Launch Q&A:
Not being able to replay missions is a strange choice to make. You should be able to replay any mission youve completed, so you can enjoy trying different vehicles/methods/routes, but obviously the rewards should only be given the first time.
Yes, this no longer feels like Mudrunner. It looks like a truck simulator with off-road in mind. In Mudrunner (or Spintires, for that matter), after you've completed all the maps, you could just try one map with any truck you have in mind. I am playing through all the maps for the 10th time and even now I am learning new things about routes and shortcuts. I am sure the game will be good, but, you seem to be restricted to play the way the developers seem fit, not necessarily the way you'd like. Almost like in Doom Eternal. If you don't use the tactics the developers had in mind, you will fail at the game, unlike in Doom 2016, where you could experiment and play exactly how you wanted to. I am not bashing the game. First of all, we have to wait to see. It seems I will have to wait for a while longer because my system is old and I am not sure it will handle the game until some upgrades are purchased. But, like @Unster said, it almost feels like American Trucks Simulator with mud and snow. Truck Simulator games are great. I have played and enjoyed Euro Truck Simulator 2 extensively, had dozens of trucks and hired drivers, but, at some point, I grew past it and I no longer feel the need to get back into it. In Mudrunner, though, I can and will just jump at any time and play whatever the heck I like for an hour. Snowrunner seems to limit this sandbox mode which Mudrunner (+Spintires) implemented so well. Anyway, we'll wait and see.