Nintendo Switch

Farming Simulator – Nintendo Switch Edition Revealed In First Trailer

After enthralling millions of players worldwide on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, Farming Simulator is making its way this November to Nintendo’s latest console: the Nintendo Switch™. In today’s trailer, Martin Rabl from developer GIANTS Software plays and unveils what the latest entry in this global farming phenomenon has to offer on Nintendo Switch™.

A global hit both in stores and as a download, the Farming Simulator series owes its success to the immersive, unique and accessible experience created by GIANTS Software. As a popular and universal setting, farming appeals to players of all ages – casual and hardcore alike. Ready to charm a fresh new audience, Farming Simulator – Nintendo Switch Edition gives players a complete farming experience both at home and on the move! Explore huge open worlds loaded with farming activities, across hundreds of acres of land.

As is the standard in this premiere series, you will have access to a huge range of officially branded and authentic farming equipment. Drive over 250 farming vehicles and equipment from over 75 manufacturers, including brands such as Challenger, Fendt, Massey Ferguson and Valtra. Wherever you are, you’re free to harvest your crops, tend to livestock and take part in forestry work, before transporting and selling products to create your dream farm!

Source: PR

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15 comments

  1. The fact that this type of game exists is hilarious for some of us city dwellers, in the same vein as farmersonly.com lol but the trailer actually looks like there’s some pretty deep gameplay mechanics honestly. I won’t be purchasing because it doesn’t interest me but at least it doesn’t look like complete shovelware lol

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      1. The premise may seem nonsensical to some, but ‘sim’ games can actually be… entrancing.
        I recently picked up American Truck Simulator from a Humble Bundle, and I’ve been playing it since.
        Driving from Los Angeles to Fresno, to Bakersfield then to Yuma, AZ then to Phoenix… is strangely addicting.
        Especially with a force feedback steering wheel! I can’t get enough of it.

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    1. Any game designer can go in and make a game with super realistic graphics. What takes true skill is making a game with beautiful graphics, but know exactly how, and what, to tone down to make it work on any system. Great graphics, cool, great graphics optimized on a stellar system, great! Just look at Breath of the wild. Perfect example.

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