Farming Simulator 17 shows off its train system in new gameplay video
With less than one month before its simultaneous release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Farming Simulator 17 unveils a new way for players to quickly transport large quantities of wood and grain across its new and huge environment: drivable trains. The video will showcase the two train lines you can make use of as you travel along the railroads of Goldcrest Valley. Trains can be driven manually on these tracks.
The train is the fastest way to deliver your produce in large quantities. You will find several areas on the map that will allow you to stock, transfer or sell your grain and wood harvests directly from trains. Silos hold your grain, while conveniently placed heavy-duty cranes will allow you to transfer wood between trains or unload it at the sawmill to be processed and sold.
Both lines meet at a central point in the playable area, where you will have the opportunity to transfer goods from one train to the other. For example, you might need to transport wood across half of the map, transfer it to the second train line, then transport it the other half to Stanton Sawmill where you can process it into wood chips and sell it. There is no risk of losing cargo, as the wagons are equipped with convenient fastening belts to ensure stability of your product.
Get on board on October 25, 2016: Farming Simulator 17 is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Check here the different offers available for Farming Simulator 17.
About Giants Software
Giants Software GmbH is a Swiss video game development studio based in Zurich. Since 2004, Software Giants has produced many innovative games and technologic products. In addition to the development of their successful games Farming Simulator and Demolition Company, Giants Studios offers its own game engine.
About Focus Home Interactive
Focus Home Interactive is a French publisher based in Paris, France. Known for the quality, diversity and originality of its catalogue, Focus has published and distributed original titles that have become benchmark titles worldwide, available both in store and for download across the world. Focus publishes games on all major platforms, consoles and PC. 2015 has been exciting with the release of games such as Blood Bowl 2, Divinity: Original Sin on consoles, Act of Aggression, and Farming Simulator, among others. The publisher’s catalogue will get even richer the coming months and years with eagerly awaited games such as Vampyr, The Surge, Mordheim, Space Hulk: Deathwing, The Technomancer, and many more.
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