Farming Simulator 2015 Will Be Powered By New Graphics Engine, First Screenshots Released

Focus Home Interactive has released the first screenshots for Farming Simulator 2015, and has revealed some new details about the engine that will be powering it. Farming Simulator 2015 will be powered by a new graphics and physics engine, a new interface, new gameplay mechanics, new vehicles, and a new game environment.

The game engine in Farming Simulator 15 has been totally revamped, and the game can now display visual effects and graphic rendering that are way ahead of the previous version, in particular using PBR (physical-based rendering) that for example, provides a photo-realistic rendering of the vehicles.

This farming sim also includes extra activities, notably logging! You can now manage forested areas in the game environment using a range of new vehicles and machines designed specifically for this activity: harvesters, chain saws, chippers and even trailers.

Farming Simulator 15 also has an extensive online mode and services that enable you to manage a farm with up to 15 players online or on a local network and exchange numerous “mods” with the community created by the players themselves using the in-game customization tool

Farming Simulator 15 promises to offer the richest and most detailed farming experience ever on PC in October of this year, and early 2015 on consoles.

Enjoy!

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