Farming Simulator Rolls Out for the Nintendo Switch

Posted by at 12:07 pm on November 10, 2017

Farming Simulator is one of the latest games to launch on the Switch. It’s a port of the PC sim that enables players to run a commercial farm is out on Nintendo’s hybrid handheld/home console, and it works.

With Farming Simulator: Nintendo Switch Edition, players should expect a lower-fidelity experience. It is similar to Bethesda’s port of Doom, which includes the entire game but at a lower resolution and frame rate. But also like Doom, it is amazing to have the full Farming Simulator experience on a portable gaming device.

In Giant’s hardcore sim, players spend a lot of time on the ground tending to their soil and their crops. You begin with a tiny amount of money and a field of wheat to harvest. From that point, it’s up to you to hop in various machines to fertilize your soil and plant seeds to grow various types of vegetation.

This is all familiar to anyone who has played a Farming Simulator before. The game has launched on PC as well as consoles, but the jump to Switch gives it a potentially all-new audience who wouldn’t have time to learn its idiosyncrasies on a TV or monitor but who can make time with a portable version.

Farming Simulator launched earlier this week but isn’t in the top 15 best seller list on the Switch eShop.

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