Farming Simulator 19 to be released at the end of 2018, will feature an overhauled graphics engine

GIANTS Software and Focus Home Interactive have announced that Farming Simulator 19 is under development and will be released at the end of 2018. This new part in the Farming Simulator series will come with a complete overhaul of its graphics engine, promising to offer the most striking and immersive visuals and effects to date, along with the deepest and most complete farming experience ever.

Farming Simulator 19 will feature, at launch, three distinct open worlds in which to develop and expand your farm, in solo or with friends: two entirely new environments will soon be revealed, as well as an all-improved version of the South American environment, which has been overhauled to take advantage of the new engine’s capabilities.

Farming Simulator 19 promises to take the biggest step forward yet for the franchise, and will bring great improvements to nearly every aspect of the game, not just greatly enhanced graphics. According to the press release, its content will be richer than ever. With the addition of new big brands, Farming Simulator 19’s garage will feature the franchise’s most extensive vehicle roster ever. The game will also introduce new farming activities, new animals including horses, brand new mechanics, as well as new crops – all of which will be revealed in great detail over the coming months and future events.

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Farming Simulator 19 - Reveal Trailer

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