New gameplay trailer released for Farming Simulator 19, focuses on tending the animals

Focus Home Interactive has released a new gameplay trailer for Farming Simulator 19. In this new trailer, players will explore one of the many activities on their farm: raising and tending to their various animals. For the first time, care for and ride horses around the beautiful environments of their home and the surrounding areas.

As the press release reads, and as part of creating the largest Farming Simulator ever, many animals are available to be reared on your custom-designed farm. Cows, pigs, sheep, and chickens each have unique needs and rewards for effective farming, and which you choose is entirely up to you. React to the market and focus on the most in-demand produce or have a broad strategy with many more machines, processes, and area requirements.

Horses are a brand new addition, rideable for the first time as a new means of traversing the land in and around your farm, allowing you to train them up for sale at a high price. Keep them healthy with the new oat crop, and transport them between locations in unique equipment. They join over 300 vehicles and tools, including the John Deere brand for the first time, new environments, and new crops in cotton and oat to make Farming Simulator 19 the biggest and best Farming Simulator of all time.

Farming Simulator 19 is currently scheduled for a November 20th release!

Farming Simulator 19 - Tending to Animals Gameplay Trailer

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