Despite being based on what one may consider a mundane activity, Farming Simulator has managed to rack up a pretty loyal following since its inception – and its nearly time to dive into what's coming next. At Gamescom 2018, publisher Focus Home Interactive showed off a brand-new trailer for Farming Simulator 19, showing off some of the new environments and features headed to the game's next yearly iteration.
The bulk of what's new in Farming Simulator 19 lies in new features, including ridable horses, new crops to harvest, and a completely overhauled garage that is the biggest in the franchise's history. To fill that garage, the game promises to sport more than 300 vehicles and machines from brands like John Deere, Challenger, Deutz-Fahr, and more.
Farming Simulator 19 is set to hit Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Mac starting on November 20. If you're ready to dive in, the game is up for preorder now for $49.99.
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