Farming Simulator 17 Trailer Shows How To Take Care Of Animals
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Focus Home Interactive and Giants Focus will bring Farming Simulator 17 to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 25th. Coming with the game’s release is modding support for PC, and will also span across both PS4 and Xbox One. While waiting for the game, the devs published a new trailer showing how to take care of animals and livestock.

Doing a small recap in case you missed out on the devs explaining mod support for Farming Simulator 17, the game will obtain the handy feature around its release for PC, PS4 and Xbox. This will allow folks to transfer older mods from other Farming Simulator games to the 2017 edition.

The information regarding the aforesaid is backed up by a new post on Farming Simulators official site, and can be read below:

“Since the talks were held in German we’ve gone through them all and added English subtitles and combined the video of the speakers and the slides so that more people are able to prepare themselves for the new modding season. Learn new tricks, how to convert your FS15 mods to FS17 or get ideas for completely new mods.”

Although mods play a huge part between the developers and the community (or gamers) and how their relationship manifests for better or worse, there are some new additions to the table that come in the form of livestock.

In addition to the animals in the game, players will need to take care of them so that they can produce goods and make the farm go round, as well as the town near the farm.

Taking care of animals also means that they will need to be fed and cared for by using certain vehicles and tools to address any occurring problems.

The new video sits below for your viewing pleasure and shows the above in action, thanks to Farming Simulator‘s channel.

Farming Simulator 17 is set to hit PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 25th. For more information on the game, you can head on over to


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