Farming Simulator 19 is a farming simulation video game developed by Giants Software. It is the seventh installment of the Farming Simulator franchise for PC. This simulation game maintains the same game mechanic as the previous versions which is to harvest your crops and sell them to expand your enterprise. In the 2019 release of Farming Simulator, you will find a comprehensive roster of vehicles and machines inspired by real farming brands like John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, and many more. New American and European environments are also available in this game. This opens up opportunities to raise different kinds of crops and livestock for your enterprise.
Before you download Farming Simulator 19, your computer must have the following system requirements
Operating System: 64-bit version of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100T at 2.5GHz or AMD FX-4100 at 3.6 GHz
Graphics card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 650, AMD Radeon HD 7770 graphics card
DirectX: DirectX 11
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Storage: 20 GB free hard drive space
Additional requirements: Soundcard
The Career mode of Farming Simulator is where most of the gameplay takes place. Here, there are three main activities you need to do: Agriculture, Animal husbandry, and Forestry. This means you will need to work the fields so you can harvest your crops and sell them later on. Harvesting also includes trees as it is a valuable resource for many products. All the fruits, vegetables, and wood you harvest must be stored into a silo. It is a large metal structure where you can store your goods temporarily, except for root crops.
This includes potatoes and sugar beets. You can simply pile them on the ground and collect them using a front loader or shovel. Apart from the silo is the tipper. It must be placed next to the silo so the items can fall inside it. Once you’re ready to sell your crops, you will need to park a trailer truck below the pipe. It is important to have this piece of equipment so you can transport the goods to your customers.
This can be a time-consuming process so it’s worth hiring a worker to help complete the fieldwork with you. In addition to selling crops and wood, you can sell cows, chickens, and sheep. This also includes their byproducts like milk, wool, and eggs. Pigs are also one of the animals you can sell but they don’t have byproducts. You will need to sell them to an animal dealer instead.
Off-the-grid casual gaming
Farming simulator is suitable for beginners and experienced gamers that are looking for a relaxed gaming experience. While there are goals to meet in the game, you can achieve them at your own pace. This means you can create a farming routine that you’re satisfied with. You can also opt to get the most yield out of your field so you can collect more equipment and grow a profitable enterprise.