Simulation games often counted as a call for those who love an activity so much to get as deep as possible through it and feel the exact challenges it might cause for you. Some of these activities like sports, host a lot of fans from every piece of the world and some others may not seem that popular but still have their own community to lean on. Farming Simulator 19 is supposed to be one of the latter division but regarding its number of sales so far, it doesn’t seem to have a small amount of fans.
According to Focus Home Interactive that took the responsibility for release of Farming Simulator 19, the game has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide so far. It has been promised that the game will feature more details in comparison to the previous entries to deliver a realistic experience of agriculture and farming in video games.
Along with announcing the good news above, Focus Home Interactive also revealed that Farming Simulator 19 will receive new contents in the near future to provide more challenges to deal with in the game. Furthermore, the game is also announced for Nintendo Switch, though we didn’t get the release date.
Focus Home Interactive started 2019 with great launches, including World War Z that managed to sell more than one million units within a week. Now the company looks forward for the release of A Plague Tale: The Innocence in May.