Farming Simulator 15 has finally received a harvest date on consoles
Although Farming Simulator 15 has been available on PC for some time, those of us wannabe farmers without PC’s capable of running something more than Paint have been lusting for Focus Home Interactive to announce the console’s release, and now, finally, we have it! Farming Simulator is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on May 19.
Farming Simulator 15 comes with a brand-new engine for the console version, and can be played solo, or online if you opt for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. This allows you and your buddies to increase productivity by sharing tasks or cooperating on bigger things like harvesting and re-sowing. You could essentially have an entire team of friends working on the same farm, how lovely. There’s also the addition of a new woodcutting task which in itself comes with a bunch of new tools.
In addition to a revamped North American environment, Farming Simulator 15 comes with a brand new Nordic environment. In total players can also farm over 100 acres of land, using 140 authentic and licenced vehicles and farming tools, and well as some new vehicles exclusive to consoles.
Now, where did I put my wellies?