In this video, we’re given a glimpse at some of the realistic, high-quality representations of some of the agricultural industry’s biggest names and vehicles such as Gomselmash, Gregoire, Mitsubishi, Skybury, and McCormick.
“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.” – says Pawel Jawor, Brand Manager at Techland Publishing.
Players can expect to find plenty of recognisable names from the agro-industry as well as a number of different crops across several different countries as they embark on their farming journey next year.
Techland have also revealed that Pure Farming 2018 is set to launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 13, 2018.