You May Like It – Let’s Play Farming Simulator 19 – First Reaction and fs19 Gameplay – Episode 1 | LS19 Early Accesses – https://youtu.be/EI4Q9WUfcGg
Big thanks to Giants Software for Farming Simulator 19 Early Accesses. Here is a first our Le’s Play FS19 Gameplay Video. Today we are just testing LS19 Single Player. Multi-Player For LS2019 after the release of the game on November 20th.
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A new gameplay trailer has been released for Farming Simulator 19! This “Tending to Animals” trailer is labeled as gameplay trailer 2, though we’ve seen a number of smaller “featurettes” from the game’s developer, GIANTS Software, over the past few weeks. In this case, the trailer shows the different animals that players will be able to buy, care for, and ultimately profit from – cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, and horses. And there are a few glimpses at never-before-seen equipment as well!
First off, I am stunned (again) by the animation of the horses. Shown traveling between the various animal enclosures, the rider and horse are smooth, with a very natural-looking trot and canter. For a developer’s first (public) attempt at animating a horse and rider, it’s incredibly convincing. After a few shots of the horse and rider, we’re taken to our first stop: the cows.
Cows have been a longtime staple in the Farming Simulator series, and not a great deal has changed in the past couple of iterations (if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!). Players feed them “power food” – more commonly known as total mixed ration, or TMR – which is a mixture of hay, straw, and silage. In the trailer we see the Strautmann VM 1702 Double SF fast-cut and John Deere 6145M (both of which were shown in last week’s fact sheets) mixing feed and providing it to the cows.
After this, however, we see something entirely new: how milk will be sold. In recent versions of Farming Simulator, milk has been automatically sold at midnight each day, no work necessary. We recently found out that this would not be the case in Farming Simulator 19, but we were left hanging when it came to how we would go about selling that liquid gold. In the video we see a MAN semi truck pulling a silver tanker trailer following the text “They give me milk I can sell!”, answering any lingering questions on how we get the product to market.
From there we see another new piece of equipment: a Wilson Trailer Silverstar livestock trailer (often referred to as a “cattle liner”). I am quite excited to see this addition to the game, as this style of livestock trailer is immensely popular in my area and across North America, and I’m sure many other players will be pleased to see it as well. The Silverstar is shown transporting pigs to their enclosure, after which we see a Valtra A-Series tractor taking pallets of pig feed off a trailer. Those who played Farming Simulator 17 will recall that players have the option of feeding expensive pre-mixed feed (for 100% productivity) or providing a number of different crops to reach 100%. The last thing shown with the pigs is the New Holland L218 skid steer loader using a Warzee bale shredder to provide straw bedding.
After that, we’re off to see the sheep and chickens, and not much has changed with them other than the ability to place their pens wherever you’d like. For the chickens, it looks like their eggs will now automatically be packaged into boxes, which will likely need to be loaded by hand into a pickup truck or UTV like the Mahindra Retriever (which comes as a pre-order bonus with most versions of the game). There appears to be a second “interaction” area (denoted by the black and yellow lines on the ground) in the chicken enclosure, which suggests to me that we’ll need to feed the chickens in Farming Simulator 19 – in previous games, the chickens required no care.
Speaking of pickup trucks though, we’re given our first glimpse at a full-size pickup in-game when the trailer takes us to the horses. First, we see the same Valtra tractor from earlier bringing hay to the horses in the paddock, then we see a horse being loaded into a trailer pulled by a pickup truck –