Consoles gamers have missed out on the joys of farming simulators for too long now. Thankfully, the kind-hearted folks at Focus Home Interactive and Giant Software are here to save the day with the announcement that Farming Simulator 2013 will be a multiplatform affair.
The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions are scheduled for Q1 2013, while the PC version is hitting a bit earlier in October of this year. Farming Sim 2013 is more of an evolution than revolution, with "many new machines, vehicles, crops, animals, and (sic) environment."
The big news here is a "complete online mode" (screw your unfinished netcode, other developers) which allows players to create and download mods, vehicles, equipment, and custom-made tools. Check out the sexy gallery below that has screenshots of machines from Case IH.
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