Farming Simulator will once again hit a Nintendo platform with Farming Simulator 20. After a rather soft announcement just a few weeks ago during Gamescom, Farming Simulator 20 was shown off in the September 5 Nintendo Direct. The brief gameplay shows that the game does look strikingly similar to last year’s Farming Simulator 19 which launched on PC and consoles. FS20 will include horses, along with new machinery from brands like John Deere.
Farming Simulator 20 releases December 3 on Nintendo Switch! Rev your tractor and get ready to farm like never before – on the go! pic.twitter.com/Fezn5t2Z7H
— Focus Entertainment (@Focus_entmt) September 4, 2019
The key detail about Farming Simulator 20 is that it will be coming to mobile platforms and Switch. Thus, this is a more simplified version. However, the visuals do look pretty decent, as shown by the above screenshots.
Here are more details, as mentioned in the press release:
PARIS — Sept. 5, 2019 — GIANTS Software and Focus Home Interactive have announced as part of this week’s Nintendo Direct that Farming Simulator 20 will launch on Dec. 3, 2019, on Nintendo Switch. If you missed the big reveal, you can check it out in the replay from the Nintendo Direct.
New screenshots show off the vehicles and horse-riding mechanics coming to Farming Simulator 20 after their debut in Farming Simulator 19. In addition, Farming Simulator 20 will include products from John Deere, the largest agriculture machinery company in the world. There’s also new machinery and crops with cotton and oats, tending to livestock of pigs, cows, and sheep, as well as a whole new North American environment to explore and develop as you like.
With over 100 faithfully reproduced farming vehicles and tools, Farming Simulator 20 will deliver hours of farming fun at home or on the go when it launches on December 3 on Nintendo Switch.