Giants Software and Focus Home Interactive are pleased to announce today the continuation of their partnership for the release of Farming Simulator 17, arriving simultaneously on PC and consoles at the end of 2016.
Saitek, one of the foremost go-to companies for PC hardware in flight sticks and other peripherals, is getting their overalls dirty with the Heavy Equipment Precision Control System. It’s no-doubt a pricey piece of hardware that’s essential for Farming Simulator 15 owners, but manages to hold some surprises in being compatible with other PC games, too. It is something that can appear hokey at first glance, but after spending some quality time with it, I can’t imagine playing Farming Simulator 15 without it.
The “simulator” genre has gotten quite crowded over the years with some… Now wait just a gosh darn second, this is sounding quite familiar. Let me do a quick search of the site and, ah yes I did review Farming Simulator 2015 back on the PC. Well if you’ve played, or read my review, you know that the PC version is a joy to play if you’re into that micro/macro-managing of a farm. The PlayStation 4 works plays just as well and is just as enjoyable.
The “Simulator” genre has gotten quite crowded over the years with some strange ideas, yet one of the better made and true to form has always been the Farming Simulator series. For as silly as it sounds to those who take Agricultural work for granted, Farming Simulator is actually pretty competent.