Farming Simulator 15 Crack/Patch

Farming Simulator 15 Administer your own farm: from harvesting to animal husbandry, and from the sales of fresh products to woodcutting, the benefits of your exploitation allows you to develop, and invest in new and more powerful vehicles or tools.

Download Farming Simulator 15 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1716
Genre Simulation, General, Virtual, Career
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive / Giants Software

Farming Simulator 15 reviews ( 7 )

Mognut, Oct 30, 2014

This game takes farming sim 2014 and makes it even better. Logging is great, farming is as good as always, maps are great, machines are great, graphics are great and I love the tire marks on the dirt it stays there for ages it's great. I recommend you buy it and give it a go, if you have played previous versions get this you will love it.

blackbird1, Oct 11, 2015

It's difficult to explain the appeal of this game, especially when I don't entirely understand it myself. I'm not a grind-gamer by nature, so it's a mystery as to why I will sit for hours on end, drinking coffee and grinding away at fields. But sit I do, pot upon pot of coffee, field upon field of wheat, canola, a little corn to fill the bunkers. I can't really classify it as boring. I guess if you have a technical nature like I do you will find the machinery interesting. I live in a farm county and never payed much attention to the tractors and such roaming the fields nearby, mainly because I'm not a farmer. But now I notice all of them as I drive by. Passing the local equipment supplier, I find myself thinking "Hey, they have a 10.9 in the yard. I wonder if they have the large header for it. I'd like to climb inside and push buttons." and "why don't they make those manure spreaders larger?" Learning, I guess is what draws myself to this. I've spent a bit of time on the net looking up details of the machinery, how they function, etc. Even the growth cycle of corn. Do I recommend this for everyone? No. Action junkies will probably not like it. If you like making artificial money in an artificial world and get some sense of accomplishment from it, you probably will like it.

artemiseritu, Jan 16, 2015

I love this game because there is a general lack of hormone filled children who all want to get the best k/d ratio in the world. All of the negatives are right, but then... not all games are shooting for exact realism. Especially when you consider fs15's price point. This game is way less disappointing than Watch_Dogs, and many other huge titles from studios with hundreds of millions of dollars to pour into a game. It isn't supposed to be a graphical masterpiece. It isn't supposed to be a showcase for advanced cutting edge AI. It's supposed to be a game where you build communities who are interested in mid sized farming operations. This is a modder's playground. Not many companies are willing to open their games up, and support the modding community the way FS15 has done. Allowing modders to tow the line with respect to most of the aspects of the game... is kind of the point. I always loved games where you had a hand in actually improving, or advancing the game somehow. Plus, the developers actually DO listen to the community. If you don't want that experience; a perfectly rounded cutting edge title, then this game isn't for you.

Plutarco, Jun 2, 2016

The game is nice but the creators still need to improve a couple of issues like the dumb traffic and the steering. If they include a sort of campaign , with money goals, it would be even better

Mehve, Dec 1, 2014

The engine is a definite improvement over earlier versions, but in the end, not much has changed. There's no significant goals, no meaningful challenge, multiple equipment mechanics don't work properly, and the translation tends to be half-assed in places. This is basically a nicer-looking skeleton desperately hoping for modders to fill in all the blanks.

dwilkendorf, Nov 19, 2015

I have put well over a hundred hours of gameplay into this, and I use it to de-stress after work. My issue with this game is that it calls its self a farming "simulator", but it is as close to farming as Mario Kart is to a driving simulator. It lacks any real challenges that a real farmer has, and if not for debt to the bank, there is no challenge to the game at all. It cannot even be called a game once the debts are paid as there is NO opposition. It confuses farming with ranching, logging, and power generation. It also includes unrelated seek and find games (hunt for coins?) for additional entertainment. From the time fields are seeded it takes around three days for harvesting even when plant growth is set to the slowest setting (now that should end world hunger!). Weather has no effect on plants, and only prevents harvesting during rain/snow, but has no effect on yield its self. There is nothing to do with money once all fields are purchased, and there is no longer any need to buy more equipment. There is no end game either. I do love the graphics, and the fact people can create, and add their own mods (nice!). It is family friendly and possible to co-op parents with kids together as a family game time. I enjoy the offline gameplay, as I am not always in an area where there is Wi-Fi. There is a nice variety of crop choices to utilize a variety of machinery. I just wish that all crops could be available in the same game without moding them in, i.e.; orchards, grains, fruits, and vegetables, and a better and more diverse market place to buy and sell, including all types of fertilizers, seed, etc. I think this "game" is poorly thought out as a simulator, and only onced over as a "game". It seems to be a forum for tractor manufacturers to display their equipment and to people who may be interested to hopefully print out their logos to pin up on walls. Farming Simulator is a wonderful opportunity to educate and inform people just how complex, and difficult farming really is, even with todays technology. It can demonstrate why the fluctuations in food prices in the market, and why farmers always seem poor. As the game is now, just after a few weeks (game time), I was earning $1,000,000.00 a day as a power generator and not even farming. NOT REALISTIC! I would've retired after just a couple weeks and moved to the Bahamas. Farming is hard work, but this game does not even suggest that. If the "Simulator" was dropped from the name, and just called "Farming 2015", now that is more appropriate for what you have here. I wouldn't be able to wait for the 2016 release to see just how much easier it will be in the future. Maybe there will be robotic tractors, so I can do even less. As I simulator I give it a 2 on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best) As arcade entertainment (not a game) I give it a 8 on a scale of 1-10 (again 10 the best) So I averaged the scores to a 5.

Jkutz, Nov 15, 2014

I guess if the game was made properly it would have redeeming qualities, but in all reality it's just not up to par with actual simulation games to make a good impact on the player. Do not buy this game unless you want to get drunk and have a good time or you want to play a cruel joke on someone.