Ice Flames and Techland Publishing’s Pure Farming 2018 is aiming to reach in and grab some of the market share that Giants Software and Focus Home Interactive have picked up over the years with the annual Farming Simulator games. For gamers who have taken a dive into the realistic farming sim but are having a hard time getting a good grip on finding success in Pure Farming 2018, there are some cheats available.
You can download the premium trainer right now from over on Cheat Happens.
The cheat trainer only has three cheats but is updated to work with the latest 1.1.1 version of the game:
- Set Money
- Set XP
- Unlimited Fuel
Being able to set the money means that you can give yourself as much money as you want or as little as you want. Whatever you give yourself, you’ll be able to buy anything from the shop, including improved equipment, better machinery, and more stock.
The ability to set your XP means you can easily and quickly level up without having to grind through quests. And the unlimited fuel cheat means that you won’t have to worry about paying for fuel, or having to worry about running out of fuel while you work the fields, plant seeds, or till the ground.
The full game features modern day farming across agriculture, greenhouse maintenance, organizing orchards and field cultivation.
You’ll also be able to take your farming skills global, forming farms across Colombia, Japan and Montana, USA… heck you might even meet some of the Eden’s Gate folk from Far Cry 5.
The game also sports three different farming modes, including Free Farming, My First Farm, and the objective-based Farming Challenges.
Pure Farming 2018 has a mixed rating on Steam, but it’s mostly because a lot of people feel the game isn’t as realistic as Giants Software’s Farming Simulator 2017, and it also lacks proper pedal and wheel support. Others who aren’t as hardcore in their farming needs as the die-hard fanboys seem to be a-okay with the mediocrity provided by Pure Farming 2018.
If you want to learn more you can do so by visiting the Steam store page.
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