Giants Software and Focus Home Interactive plows its way with a new reveal trailer for their best selling game Farming Simulator. It has been a bestseller with over 2 million copies being sold worldwide with the latest version that was release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac. Farming Simulator 15 will be making its way to PC in October and early 2015 for home consoles (cross-generation).
In Farming Simulator 15, players will experience what has made the game a smash hit, with daily challenges of a modern farmer as previous titles, where you grow crops, sell produce, rear livestock, and manage and developing your own farming compound in two open worlds. This time Farming Simulator is kicking it up a gear and offering the most farming experience ever with new graphics, physics engine, new visual effects, new interface, new gameplay mechanics, a new and vast game environment. There will also be a new Nordic setting!
“The game engine in Farming Simulator 15 has been totally revamped, and the game can now display visual effects and graphic rendering that are way ahead of the previous version, in particular using PBR (physical-based rendering) that for example, provides a photo-realistic rendering of the vehicles.”
“Farming Simulator 15 hasn’t just added some esthetic improvements: besides an exclusive game backdrop and a new interface, this farming sim also includes extra activities, notably logging! You can now manage forested areas in the game environment using a range of new vehicles and machines designed specifically for this activity: harvesters, chain saws, chippers and even trailers.”
Farming Simulator 15, will have the original equipment manufacturers like Case IH, Deutz-Fahr and Lamborghini, then there are more reputable brands that you will also get to take on activities like the New Holland and Ponsse. There will be an online mode and services that will allow players to bring up to 16 players online or locally to manage the farm together. Along with this mode, the community will be able create ‘mods’ using the in-game customization tool, including vehicles, equipment and even environments.
Watch the new visuals, activities, and engine changes in Farming Simulator 15, below: