First gameplay trailer for Farming Simulator 19 release

Focus Home Interactive has released the first gameplay trailer for Farming Simulator 19. As the press release reads, in today’s new trailer, players will discover the basics of farming, including one of the new crops – cotton, using the latest brands, vehicles, and equipment in Farming Simulator 19.

Farming Simulator 19 is described as the deepest, most complete farming simulator ever as the multimillion-selling franchise takes a giant leap forward and provides the richest farming experience ever made for consoles and PCs. The game is said to be an accurate simulator at heart, filled with deep management options, though it is also an accessible sandbox featuring two huge new maps, countless vehicles and a range of equipment to play with.

The game will boast the franchise’s largest roster yet with over 300 unique vehicles and equipment from all the leading brands, now including John Deere alongside Case IH, New Holland, Challenger, Fendt, Massey Ferguson, Valtra, Krone, Deutz-Fahr, and many others.

At launch, Farming Simulator 19 will include two new American and European environments, filled with exciting new farming activities. Players will be able to plant and harvest many types of crops including the all-new cotton and oats, tend to their livestock – cows, pigs, sheep, chicken – and for the first time raise and ride horses to explore the huge environments.

Farming Simulator 19 releases on November 20th!

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