Farming Simulator 15 GOLD Edition unveils new details and screenshots

Farming Simulator 15 GOLD Edition unveils new images of its new contentA new East-European environment and new vehicles for PC and consoles players

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Farming Simulator 15 Gold Edition is the ultimate version for all the Farming Simulator lovers. In addition to the huge content brought by Farming Simulator 15, the Official Expansion GOLD comes along with a load of new features expanding your gaming experience.

We are happy to unveil today fresh images of this new content:

  • 1 new environment designed with typical Eastern-European farmland in mind, adding hundreds of new acres to the already existing European and American maps from Farming Simulator 15. This new map is filled with details and visual effects creating a more realistic and immersive atmosphere!
  • 20 new vehicles and tools faithfully reproduced from famous constructors: Rostselmash, Zetor, Tatra, Kverneland, Farmtech, and more… for a new total of 160 machines and equipment in Farming Simulator 15!

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To enjoy this new content on PC and consoles, you have multiple solutions:

  • For PC players of Farming Simulator 15, the Gold Expansion will be available on October 29in retail stores and for download, adding this new content to your game. If you’re a new PC player, it will also be available as a full Farming Simulator 15 Gold Edition game, available in a boxed version and for download. Last but not least, Farming Simulator 15 Gold Edition will also be available bundled with the official Saitek wheel, pedals and command panel.
  • PS4 and Xbox One players of Farming Simulator 15 will be able to download the Official GOLD Expansion from their consoles from October 27.
  • PS3 and Xbox 360 players will be able to download the SILVER Expansion for their Farming Simulator 15, bringing the 20 new vehicles and equipment from October 27.

Jim Smale

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