Focus Home Interactive’s Farming Simulator 17 is set to launch this October 25 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, the publisher announced today.
In an announcement revealing that the game would be playable at Gamescom this year, the publisher unveiled the game’s release date, which, for the first time, will be launching on both consoles and PC simultaneously.
If you’re heading to Gamescom this year, you’ll be able to get the first public hands-on with the game, that’s set to be held in a massive 250 square-meter booth. So you can likely expect a tractor or two to be there, at least, I hope there will be.
In addition to the new game, players can expect “many other games belonging to the Farming Simulator franchise” to be at the event, along with a ton of prize draws and a “whole host of activities” planned. Oh boy!
Farming Simulator 17 is set to build upon the improvements introduced in Farming Simulator 16, and will for the first time ever offer mod support on consoles, allowing players to create new ways to farm in the game’s brand new Goldcrest Valley.