Thursday marks the release of Farming Simulator 15 for those gaming on a PC and developer Giants Software wants to get you excited about the new features and graphics with a launch trailer.


We showed you a few weeks ago that Farming Simulator 15 was bringing a new woodcutting feature to the game, which would totally be cool on the Wii. On second thought, hook this into an Oculus and I would go nuts with my wood cutting ability.

I’m still super surprised that a simulation game built around farming is as popular as it obviously is (2.5 million units sold on previous installment), but I think that all comes from growing up in Western Kansas where farming is the norm and consists of mostly talking about the rain. Eventually I’m going to have to sit down and take a crack at one of these games.

Farming Simulator 15 arrives on PCs October 30th with a price of $29.99 and will come to consoles in 2015.


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  1. Malone_hasco
    October 29, 2014 at 3:43 pm — Reply

    I only learned that this was a thing last year or so. Some people prefer Euro Truck Simulator though..

  2. Neckbeard
    October 30, 2014 at 4:12 pm — Reply

    I can relate to your surprise at this being fun, Zach. I grew up in central Iowa where a large percentage of people still live on farms. I played the crap out of the 2013 version of this game and it was a blast. I think growing up where I did let my 8 year old self come out and have some fun. Who doesn’t want to drive some heavy machinery?

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