Pure Farming 2018 1.2 Patch Adds Steam Workshop Support, and More

The Pure Farming 2018 development team has been steadily improving the game with constant updates since the sim’s original release a few months ago. Just recently, a new patch has been dropped which brings the latest game version up to 1.2. It includes a lot of fixes and changes, but the main new addition is that Pure Farming 2018 now supports Steam Workshop. This will make the modding process all the more straightforward.

Here’s the full rundown of the other patch notes,. It includes changes that have also come to the console editions of the game (PS4/Xbox One):

  • BUG FIXES

Camera’s rotation smoothness has been improved
Improved stability of the game
Fixed camera position when entering a vehicle for the first time
Rock colliders have been improved
Fixed bug with some achievements not possible to unlock in campaign mode
Fixed a bug that prevented the front loader and attachments from cleaning with a hand washer
Minor radio fixes

  • CHANGES

[PC] Steam Workshop
[PC] Steam Workshop Exporter tool
[PC] Importer cisterns 
[PC] Importer sprayers 
[XBOX ONE X] 4k + full res textures for XBOX ONE X
Virtual Garage has been added
A new sound system for devices and engines has been added
Added new system to reset devices and vehicles when they are blocked
[PC] Central real mirror added in some vehicles (eg. Mitsubishi)
[PC] Real Mirrors optimization
Increased capacity of Galucho Transcow to 6 cows and 10 pigs
Added horn to vehicles
Added new tips on the loading screen
[CONSOLE] Insight into the state of vehicles from the tablet – not only in the workshop
[CONSOLE] Added new Tablet UI from DELL
[CONSOLE] Animation of loading boxes on the L200 – opening the tailgate during loading
[CONSOLE] Added marking of pallets with raw materials

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