Raising livestock is one of the ways you can earn money to use to expand your farm in Pure Farming 2018. You can buy animals as infants and then you will need to feed them and care for them until they become adults, which is generally when they start producing resources that you can sell. In gameplay terms, it means you need to consider the cost of buying and raising your animals, knowing that they will generate a return for you later on. Read on to see which animals are currently in the game and get an idea of how you’ll be raising them when Pure Farming 2018 launches on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on March 13, 2018.
We’re happy to announce that you can now pre-order Pure Farming 2018. Coming to PC, PS4 & Xbox One on March 13, 2018.
According to Arnold Schwarzenegger: “The future is green energy, sustainability, renewable energy.” And we’re not going to argue.
In the second chapter of capturing sights and sounds of farms, we headed back to our local farm to record this majestic herd of cattle. We’ll use these recordings to make your virtual cattle in Pure Farming 2018 sound just like the real thing.
Like a true Heavyweight Champion the ZETOR Proxima HS 120 hits hard while being nimble across the ground. While still boasting significant horsepower under the hood it’s less than 5 metres long, making it a great choice for medium-sized fields that larger tractors cannot easily access.