Move aside Red Dead Redemption 2, Farming Simulator 19 is getting rideable horses.
Giants Software has released a brand new gameplay trailer for Farming Simulator 19 that reveals new rideable horses, and more information on how players can tend to the game’s livestock.
The game promises to be the largest Farming Simulator to date, with two new European and American environments, plus an expanded range of cotton and oat crops to cultivate.
The new gameplay trailer focusses on caring for your farm’s cows, pigs, sheep, and chickens. It also shows how the Farming Simulator 19’s new rideable mounts can be used to take a relaxing trot around the farm.
However, don’t get too attached. Well-exercised horses now feed into the game’s economy, with trained steeds selling for a higher market prices.
The game will also include over 300 vehicles and tools, including a new range of John Deere brand items.
Farming Simulator 19 is set for release on November 20 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac.
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