Farming Simulator Coming to Consoles This September
Written Friday, April 05, 2013 By Lee BradleyView author's profile
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, folks. The moment we’ve dreamed of for so long and worried that maybe, just maybe, it would never happen. That’s right, Farming Simulator is coming to consoles. Farming. Simulator.
I’m gonna let the press release speak for itself, cos I’m a little bit overwhelmed.
“Farming Simulator on console first offers a whole new, North American environment, adding to the European environment already present on PC. New farming vehicles and many other new features will also make their appearance.
“As big as the original environment of Farming Simulator on PC, this new playground exclusive to the console version doubles the world of the game. Inspired by typical American farms, this big new land offers a real new scenery, with new places, new opportunities of development for your farm, and even bigger fields!”
Even bigger fields!
“The console version of Farming Simulator also offers exclusive vehicles, completing the large selection of farming machines that are available on PC. These vehicles, from famous constructors such as Case IH, Lizard, Ursus, Kramer and Horsch, will allow you to complete your tasks with increased efficiency… most notably on the new environment and its large fields!”
Its large fields!
“Of course, the game keeps all the ingredients that made the Farming Simulator series a success on PC, by faithfully adapting the subtleties of farming. You will face the challenges of a modern farmer: animal husbandry, crops, harvesting, sales of your products, and of course buying new vehicles and machines… you will manage, daily, your own farm in an open world!”
Farming Simulator is out in North America on 3rd September and Europe on 6th September. I’m erect with excitement.