It’s already been noted by Focus Home Interactive and Giants Software that Farming Simulator 17 will arrive with full mod support for PC, Xbox One and PS4. Tacking on to the above, this Farming Simulator game will sport more than just typical farming, but lumber cutting, taking care of livestock and exploring towns around your farm.
Farming Simulator 17 is currently set to hit PC, Xbox One and PS4 on October 25th. While we wait for those days to roll around the corner, Focus Home Interactive and Giants Software released a new trailer that covers quite a bit of FS17’s latest features.
One of the features showcased in the new trailer is a train. It’s one of the fastest ways to deliver your produce in large quantities. Most notably you will find several areas on the map that allow you to stock, transfer or sell your grain and wood directly from the train.
We also see how trains serve multiple functions at places like the sawmill and silos. I should note that there are only two train lines that you can use to travel along the railroads of Goldcrest Valley. Additionally, they can be driven manually on the tracks to transport goods to the other train to make shipments faster.
If you are curious about the new trailer that is out, Farming Simulator‘s YouTube channel has the video up for you to look over.
I can already tell by how the game is shaping up that it will be big when it releases for the public to consume, and that’s not even talking about the compatible mod support that will span across PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
If you can’t wait and want to play Farming Simulator 17, it is set to hit PC, Xbox One and PS4 on October 25th. For more information on this game you can hit up farming-simulator.com.
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