One of the big draws of Pure Farming 2018 is that it’ll allow players to farm in four different locations. These include the US, Colombia, Italy, and Japan. All four of these have been highlighted in a brand new trailer for the farming simulation title, which is set to release early next year.
Check out the new trailer below:
To learn more about the upcoming farm simulator, check out our E3 2017 Pure Farming 2018 preview. Here’s a snippet of what I had to say:
One of the biggest innovations comes in the form of offering up four locations to players. These locations are: United States, Colombia, Italy, and Japan. Each area in the game will offer up their own specialized crops that can only be done in those areas. So, if you want to make the best coffee and hemp, you’ll have to go to the Colombian site. Meanwhile certain cherries can only be grown in Japan. These regional differences will add a whole new layer to the experience.
As someone who digs a good simulation game, all of these changes sound exciting to me. I’m more interested in a farming sim than I’ve ever been before, and it’ll be interesting to see if Techland can truly pull off expanding the audience that the genre reaches. This could find a huge audience if done right, and they’re making sure they release a polished product by delaying the game into the first quarter of 2018.
Pure Farming 2018 is set to release March 13, 2018.
[Source: PlayStation EU]