Who knew there were fabulous prizes to be won in virtual hay stacking? Giants Software has announced the formation of an eSports league for their popular sim series. The Farming Simulator League will be a “fully-fledged” professional player competition backed by ten international tournaments and a 250,000€ prize pool.
Current Farming Simulator 19 hotshots will need to level up their 360 no-scope farming because the new competitive events will challenge their 1337 skillz. Instead of just individual timed hay stacking, the games will feature a 3v3 challenge mode. Farmality!
John Deere equipment is finally coming to Farming Simulator. While you were drooling over E3 fodder like Ellie’s kiss in The Last of Us 2, Smash getting Ridley, or Fallout 76 dropping nukes in West Virginia, fans of the Giants Software Farming Simulator games were going nuts for a green and yellow tractor. John Deere’s iconic line of tractors will be in Farming Simulator 19, marking the first time the brand has officially joined the stable (pun intended) of machines in the series.
Farming Simulator 19 is still on track for a late 2018 release.
Deep cuts. Three-sixty quick-scope balls-out badassness. No shits to give. Farming Simulator 17 is on the way for PC and consoles. Listen, I was farming all the crops before you were a gleam in your daddy’s eye. Don’t start nothing, and there won’t be nothing. You think them crops harvest themselves? Son, get yourself in check. I’m dropping mad cultivation. Farming Simulator 17 is going to be the mac-daddy of agricultural gangsta tricks.
Among the many new features to be announced in the coming months for Farming Simulator 17, we are happy to unveil that modding support – which is exceptionally popular on PC – is making its grand debut on consoles!