Focus Home Interactive and Giants Software are slowly unveiling more information and in-game footage of Farming Simulator 19. The latest trailer covers harvesting and shows off other machines you can use on the field. Farming Simulator 19 is set to release this November for PC and home consoles.
The latest in-game footage from the upcoming sim includes one of the new crops “cotton.” In the new trailer, we can see the act of harvesting crops using the latest brands and equipment in a minute long package:
A break down of the trailer that goes over the one minute and 14-second long trailer can be seen here. The video comes in by YouTuber DjGoHam Gaming:
According to the devs, this iteration is the “deepest, most complete farming simulator ever” as the multi-million-selling franchise takes a leap using an overhauled graphics engine.
Moreover, Farming Simulator 19 missions are now regulated to the “Contracts menu,” where you no longer have to ride around the map to different points in order to get a new job/mission.
We also learn that you can use your own vehicles and equipment for missions instead of leasing them like in older installments.
Joining “Mission Mode” now involves the process of cutting grass, to baling, and transporting the completed bales. Additionally, weeding is now in its own category of missions.
Furthermore, making a return to the series happens to be Farming Simulator 15′s transport missions, so if you’re a fan of that you can rejoice.
With all of that said, Farming Simulator will release in Q4 of this year for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. I’m sure the devs will ship updates about the game during the two months time leading up to its launch, but until then you can expect Focus Home Interactive and Giants Software to drop their farming sim on November 20th, 2018.