Bigben Interactive and Toplitz Productions announced today that the slice-of-life farming simulator, Farmer’s Dynasty, is coming to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 starting November 21st.
The home console version of the game will bring over all of the frills and thrills that made it a niche hit on PC, but with the added convenience of playing it on a console.
They rolled out a minute long video to compliment the announcement, revealing that the game’s varied topography and physics-based vehicular mechanics would be present on PS4 and Xbox One. This means you’ll need to watch your speed and how you ploy, tend, and traverse the landscape and its uneven terrain in order to carry out your objectives and manage your farm.
It’s interesting because the video focuses almost entirely on the minutiae of managing the farm with buying equipment, harvesting goods, selling goods, and expanding your dynasty.
However, the video doesn’t cover much of the simulation aspects outside of the farming itself.
For instance, Farmer’s Dynasty attempted to separate itself from Focus Home Interactive’s annual Farming Simulator series by focusing on the life of the farmer.
You can drive around town, pick up a lady, get married, have a kid, and continue your legacy through a generational seed. I’m sure there are going to be plenty of the alphabet activists seething online, all across social media about how two white men should be able to give birth to an African baby, but maybe when they complete biology 101 they’ll understand how science works.
In any case, for people who do know how biology works and for people who are looking to get in on Farmer’s Dynasty on the PS4 or Xbox One, you can look to do so starting November 21st. The game is also scheduled to arrive on the Nintendo Switch at a later date.