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Farming Simulator 19 gets a new landscaping feature

Giants Software have released a new patch for Farming Simulator 19 that adds environmental landscaping.



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Giants Software have released a new patch for Farming Simulator 19 that adds environmental landscaping.

The new landscaping feature allows players to change and control the shape and colour of the ground beneath their feet. There are 16 varieties of terrain that can be purchased, using money earned in-game, each with their own distinct textures. So, if you want to turn that lush, beautiful field into a mud bath, now you can.

The new patch also adds new economic difficulty modes, and a swathe of bug fixes. Head over to the game’s official forum for the full patch notes.


Giants Software recently announced that Farming Simulator 19 sold more than one million copies worldwide in its first ten days on sale. It’s an impressive return for a series that appears to be going from strength to strength.

Giants Software CEO, Christian Amman, commented:

“It’s incredible to see the impact of the team’s hard work. Farming Simulator 19 offers so many new opportunities and our players are thrilled about them. Never before has a Farming Simulator game reached the one million mark so quickly and we are proud and happy that so many players join us on this amazing journey.”

John Bert, COO of publisher Focus Home Interactive, added:

“We’re extremely proud to support Giants Software on the development of the Farming Simulator franchise. Farming Simulator 19 is simply exceptional, and the sales match that. Giants have demonstrated once more the incredible talent of their studio to always reach a larger number of players. This also confirms the know-how of the Focus Home Interactive teams in bringing franchises to new and bigger audiences, reinforcing the fantastic work done by the studio for each new game.”


Farming Simulator 19 is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac, and PC.

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