One of the most important factors enthusiasts look for is the variety of vehicles available in such a game. Gomselmash, Gregoire, Mitsubishi and Skybury are just some of the brands showcased in today's Pure Farming 2018 trailer. The trailer, called Heroes of the Farm, focuses on the realistic depiction of some of the most powerful machines available to farmers nowadays.
The goal of Pure Farming 2017 is to use licensed machines to manage all aspects of modern farming, from cultivating land to breeding livestock. The developers want to take the game to another level because there's also an onus on producing clean energy at your virtual farm. Players travel between continents to plant region-specific crops such as cherries, olives and even hemp.
Pawel Jawor, the Brand Manager at Techland Publishing, commented on the release of the trailer. He added the following.
Pure Farming 2018 is not only about many diverse locations, but also about a great fleet of fully licensed and faithfully recreated machines from around the world. Each machine in our game has been officially approved by the licensor, and the developers made sure to make the in-game experience of operating it as true to life as it gets.
If you're into farming simulators, be sure to look into this game. We'll have a review up for you next year when we get our hands on the title. Pure Farming 2018 is a ways away as it's scheduled to launch on March 13, 2018, but you can preorder it right now.
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