Farming Simulator 17 Announced for the Switch

By Tomas Barry 23.01.2017 5

Farming Simulator 17 Announced for the Switch on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

During the recent Nintendo Switch event, GIANTS Software and Focus Home Interactive confirmed that their popular Farming Simulator series is on its way to the system. Although proper details have yet to appear, a small amount of footage was featured on Nintendo's game reel.
 
The Switch edition looks to be a direct port of Farming Simulator 17, which is largely regarded as the best farming simulator to date. It features more than 50 farming vehicles, a plethora of farm machinery and literally hundreds of acres of land to potentially capitalize from. 
 
Surprisingly, there's no information about a release date. However, considering the game released on PC, Xbox One and PS4 back in October, it's likely to turn up within the Switch's launch window. 


 
Box art for Farming Simulator
Developer

Giants Software

Publisher

Focus Home Interactive

Genre

Simulation

Players

1

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I know a farming sim might not seem like the most intriguing title, but at least there's variety already in the Nintendo Switch line-up!

Adam Riley [ Operations Director :: Senior Editor :: Cubed3 Limited ]
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It's not a terrible franchise tbh. It does what it should do pretty well.

The difference between illusion and reality is vague to the one who suffers from the former and questionable for the one suffering form the later.

Ah yes, you've reviewed one of these before, haven't you?

Adam Riley [ Operations Director :: Senior Editor :: Cubed3 Limited ]
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Yes I certainly did. The 2016 version was a quite pleasant game despite some minor faults (mostly weird physics bugs).

The difference between illusion and reality is vague to the one who suffers from the former and questionable for the one suffering form the later.

I enjoy these types of games, I find them very relaxing to play and a good way to help with stress and depression. I'm heavily into Euro Tuck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator, because of this. Usually I'll put on some of my favourite music, get immersed and end up spending an hour or two on it.

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