Before Mudrunner was released on their FAQ's they did say they would look into mods on console and they would try. I even got an email from their support saying they would look into it but it wouldn't drop when the game drops. I was told 6 months or more. Then shortly after the game dropped they said "Nope mods are not happening". I seen in 2 different times they would try and then as soon as it dropped they completely cancelled the idea.
I have a gaming PC so I play on PC but a lot of my friends want to play and only have consoles. I told all of my friends wait for mods or don't buy it because I bought it on my console as well hoping they would do mods on consoles and then they pulled the rug out and said no.
I played it on my console for probably 2 hours and it got stupid boring and I uninstalled it.
I also have the PC version as well and make stuff for it like I did Spintires but I won't be buying a Mudrunner 2 unless it's a 64 bit version and a few other minor adjustments.
Focus home added mods for farming simulator, they can add mods for mud runner easily.
They don't want to and most people who play it on console has already lost interest. I uninstalled it after like 3 or 4 hours and just play it on my pc now. A lot of my friends have xbox and a lot of them would play if it had user created mods for the game.
Bought MudRunner for Console and was bored in like 2 hours. Without mods the console version is pointless. The game is dead on console and was within the week it released.
I like playing mods on PC, but the base game it's self is boring. I would say atleast 90% or more of the people who play this game play for mods. We want custom maps and vehicles and want to just wheel with friends. So unless MudRunner 2 is x64 with larger parties it will be pointless and I won't waste my money on a second MudRunner. I bought it on my Xbox and wish I never wasted my $30 on that. I had a feeling Focus would end up dropping mods from their list of things to add to console.
@1967deuce Microsoft doesn't have an issue with mods or editors. It's the developers not wanting to due the extra work. It's also Sony. Sony not only cut out their early access games completely they are VERY strict on their content allowed.
Microsoft is much more lenient. Being Xbox One's and One X's run Hyper-V and Windows 10, it's not an issue getting things on Xbox. Sony is the biggest issue. Since the game is on both platforms they don't want to do the extra work and they don't want to exclude one console because it would cause an uproar.
I've been approved with Microsoft for game development to publish a game on the Xbox and it's not that hard to get content from the PC to Xbox. After seeing the hoops for Sony I just decided to not pursue PS4.
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It has overclocking and fans that can be cranked up to keep everything cool.
I use it for map making, model building, game play and runs everything over 60+fps on the highest settings.
I got my laptop for under $700 new.