Farming Simulator - Nintendo Switch Edition
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Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
Take on the challenges of the modern farmer! Explore a huge open-world, including a detailed North American environment loaded with farming activities, over hundreds of acres of land. Drive over 250 authentic farming vehicles and equipment from over 75 manufacturers, including brands such as Challenger, Fendt, Massey Ferguson and Valtra.
Harvest many types of crops, tend to your livestock, take part in forestry work, and sell your products to expand and invest in your farm! Transport your goods in trucks and trailers, or load and drive trains to reach your destination.
Develop your farm in two huge environments, a North-American and Eastern Europe environments
Harvest a large variety of new crops (sunflowers, soybeans, and many more)
Transport your goods with trucks and trailers, or try out the newly-added drivable trains
Take care of your livestock, including pigs, cows, sheep, and chickens
250 faithfully reproduced farming vehicles and tools from over 75 manufacturers
Farming Simulator Switch Edition - Launch Trailer
If you're willing to give up mods, multiplayer and DLC in exchange for portability, then I'd say the Switch Edition does deserve a look. But, I have to note that it is a letdown that the Switch Edition is currently going for $50. That is rather high considering the missing content and year-later release.
Farming Simulator: Nintendo Switch Edition is definitely one for the farming fanatics – and not really anyone else. If you're interested in farming from both practical and management points of view – and have an awful lot time on your hands to explore that interest – you won't find a better way (apart from perhaps a real farm) to experience it than this.If you were hoping for a more casual and easy-going experience to play out a mild interest, however, this is not the game for you; the intense realism and complexity of the game's core concept will be far too overwhelming for most players. Giants Software has done an amazing job at making this feel extremely real – whether this is for better or worse depends on you as an individual.