Farming Simulator Has More Players than Battlefield 2042? Can You Believe It? What's So Attractive About Farming?

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Farming Simulator is a farming simulation video game series developed by Giants Software and published by Focus Home Interactive. It has often been described as a farming puzzle game. The locations are based on American and European environments. Players are able to farm, breed livestock, grow crops, and sell assets created from farming. The games have sold over 25 million copies combined, as well as had 90 million mobile downloads.

Why are so many people attracted by it, you ask? Because farming games are relaxing and meditative. Monotonous work is soothing. Also, the game helps some people to realize their dream: to become a farmer. It so happened that some fans love the village life, but due to circumstances, they cannot engage in agriculture all the time. Yes, when there are games that help you feel like Spider-Man or a Tomb Raider, it's a little strange, but many people are warmed by more mundane dreams.

Also, the popularity of farmer simulators was helped by such qualities as:

  • Catching gameplay: many people like to create and watch how a comfortable estate gradually grows in an empty, unenhanced place;
  • Lovely characters: the developers and designers of the game try to make people and animals as colorful and touching as possible so that you would like to return to them again and again;
  • Constant updates and endless levels: the game never gets boring, because over and over again something new is introduced into it, the appearance of buildings changes, decorative items are added, etc.;
  • Seasonal and Themed Missions: The normal course of the game is periodically disrupted by some short-term event, and at the end, everyone is given a reward.

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