Pure Farming 2018
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Developer: Ice Flames
Publisher: Techland Publishing
Use the latest technology and state-of-the-art licensed machines to manage all aspects of modern farming. Travel between Europe, Asia, and both Americas to plant region-specific crops such as hemp, coffee beans, and olives. Farm your way thanks to three unique game modes tailored to both simulation veterans and newcomers to farming games.
All-In-One - Try your hand at almost every imaginable aspect of modern farming, such as animal husbandry, orchards, greenhouses, field cultivation, green energy and more.
100% Licensed Machines - Drive faithfully recreated farming vehicles from such industry leaders as Zetor, Landini, McCormick, Gregoire, DAF, Mitsubishi, and many more. Reproduced down to the smallest detail, including their weight and physics, the machines will offer a realistic, in-depth experience of running a modern farm.
Global Farming – Travel between your farms located in Italy, Colombia, Japan and Montana, USA. Grow unique region-specific crops and use dedicated machines never before seen in farming simulators, including the rice planter, hemp harvester and more.
Farming For Everyone – Three different games modes for different playstyles. Enjoy the freedom and challenge of running your own farm in Free Farming, learn the ins and outs of agriculture in My First Farm, or test your farming skills in objective-focused Farming Challenges.
Nature Is Beautiful – Admire the breath-taking landscapes of four continents and enjoy realistic, high-quality graphics.
Mod Support Coming to Pure Farming 2018
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For a series that's defined by its tardiness, Pure Farming 2018 leans a little too heavily on the slow side for our liking. This is a perfect first choice for newcomers, though, as its campaign walks you through every single element of agricultural “action” – and there's a helluva lot to wrap your head around. The various environments could do with a little more visual identity, but they offer unique challenges that make them worth playing. And while the quick-fix challenge mode won't keep purists occupied for long, we certainly appreciate the attempt at distilling the title's gameplay into short session bursts.