Farming Simulator 19 has sold one million copies worldwide in just 10 days

Focus Home Interactive has announced that Farming Simulator 19 has sold one million copies worldwide in just 10 days. As the press release reads, and despite a release period shared with multiple blockbuster releases, Farming Simulator has ranked at the top of the software charts in the US, UK, France, Germany, and more.

With the ever-increasing quality of the game, a graphical overhaul, new gameplay possibilities, and the addition of John Deere to the roster of vehicles, the franchise has hit new heights in bringing the most complete farming experience ever to a huge audience of both long-time fans and new players.

Christian Amman, CEO of GIANTS Software, said:

“It’s incredible to see the impact of the team’s hard work. Farming Simulator 19 offers so many new opportunities and our players are thrilled about them. Never before has a Farming Simulator game reached the one million mark so quickly and we are proud and happy that so many players join us on this amazing journey.”

John Bert, COO of Focus Home Interactive, added:

“We’re extremely proud to support GIANTS Software on the development of the Farming Simulator franchise. Farming Simulator 19 is simply exceptional, and the sales match that. Giants have demonstrated once more the incredible talent of their studio to always reach a larger number of players. This also confirms the know-how of the Focus Home Interactive teams in bringing franchises to new and bigger audiences, reinforcing the fantastic work done by the studio for each new game.”

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