Farming Simulator 19 has been getting a whole lot of exposure from its developers/publishers, lately. To add to the growing amount of media surrounding the upcoming sim, they recently dropped a brand-new gameplay trailer that shows off the whole crop farming process from start to finish. As a result, this trailer gives us a good look at tons of different machinery in action on the fields.

    The gorgeous new graphics engine is shown off in full force here. Lighting and shadows look better than ever. Combined with GIANTS’ attention-to-detail on the vehicle models, Farming Simulator 19 is shaping up to be quite the beauty.

    This is the second Farming Simulator 19 gameplay trailer that has rolled onto the scene this week. Earlier, an interesting, short, documentary-style gameplay trailer was released that shows off various machines from manufacturer Komatsu Forest in its natural habitat—in a forest. This trailer includes a mixture of real-life and in-game footage. The developers of Farming Simulator 19 have really managed to capture the behavior of the machinery in an authentic way. Not just the Komatsu vehicles, but all of the other in-game models stay true to real-life counterparts.

    Fittingly, the latest edition of “Farming Simulator 19 – Fact Sheet Friday” includes four new gorgeous screenshots of machinery. These all come from Komatsu Forest: the 931XC Tree Harvester,  875 Forestry Forwarder, TGX 26.640 Timber Truck, and Profi CVT Tractor armed with Logging Tongs. As with the other posts, these screenshots give the rundown on each vehicle’s stats:

    As the November launch of Farming Simulator 19 draws ever closer, you can expect to see a lot more new media about the game sprout up. GIANTS seems keen to keep the hype train rolling as the weeks roll into the November 20 release date. While the game looks great, keep in mind that what matters most is if it will truly feel like an advancement over previous entries.

    A.K Rahming
    Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has a great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.

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