Just four days away from releasing across PC, PS4 and Xbox One, Farming Simulator 17‘s new launch trailer arrives ahead of its official October 25th debut. The game will feature farming, livestock, driveable vehicles, mod support, custom soundtracks, and online support.
Focus Home Interactive and Giants Software provided yet another look at Farming Simulator 17 ahead of next week, which stands to be the farming game’s official launch window across Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
The developers took to the launch trailer’s description to announce what the video is all about, along with what players can expect:
“Farming Simulator 17 will release Tuesday next week October 25, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The Farming Simulator franchise has entranced millions of players over the years, thanks to its unique blend of progressive gameplay and rewarding management within the universal theme of farming and agriculture, featuring hundreds of vehicles from the world’s biggest agricultural brands. In the run-up to launch, we are happy to unveil Farming Simulator 17’s Launch Trailer today, which gives a taste of all the activities players will be able to take on next week.”
Although the devs didn’t update Farming Simulator 17 on its main site, we do, however, get this video below. The new trailer comes in courtesy of Focus Home Interactive.
Overall, Farming Simulator 17 holds well over 250 farming vehicles and equipment from more than 75 manufacturers. Players will be able to drive farming vehicles like Challenger, Massey Ferguson, Valtra, Fendt, and many more.
As for interacting in FS17, stuff like harvesting crops, taking in sunflowers and soy beans will be a thing in the game. But that’s not all, we will now be able to take care of animals, transport goods with trucks or with a train, growing farms with friends while playing online, and using your own custom stuff (or from other players) with mod support.
Farming Simulator 17 is set to drop on October 25th and will be for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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