Farming Simulator 19 will release on November 20, 2018.
Confirmation came via Farming Simulator's official Twitter account (opens in new tab), which asserts you'll be able to "farm like never before in the deepest, most complete farming simulator ever".
Farming Simulator 19 releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on November 20!Farm like never before in the deepest, most complete farming simulator ever. pic.twitter.com/o3nbHGcmPxJuly 20, 2018
It seems you'll need 20GB free to run it, though. While we likely won't see the recommended specs confirmed until closer to release, the minimum specs have popped up on the official forums (opens in new tab), and were allegedly confirmed by Giants Software's community manager, Listeran, latterly on Discord.
We've reached out to Giant Software for formal confirmation but until then, here's what's being reported:
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- CPU: 2.5 GHz Intel or equivalent AMD quad-core processor
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560, AMD Radeon HD 7770 graphics card or better (min. 2GB VRAM, DirectX 11 support)
- RAM: 4GB
- Space Required: 20GB
- DVD-ROM Drive
As the minimum specs are nearly twice what was required for Farming Simulator 17—and the HDD space three times as demanding—fans are now speculating on what new features may still yet to be confirmed.
Farming Simulator 17's Platinum Edition added pigs, and Joe was delighted to find out they're coming to Farming Simulator 19, too.
"With the addition of new brands, Farming Simulator 19's garage will feature the franchise's most extensive vehicle roster ever," the developer said. "The game will also introduce new farming activities, new animals including horses, brand new mechanics, as well as new crops—all of which we will be revealed in great detail over the coming months and future events."