Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by W1der » Thu Jul 19, 2018 4:26 pm

So ... Lisertan.

Are you guys making it possible to reach and alternate the controls menu from within an active game session?
This would be awesome and a huge time saver (for some of us) ... :blushnew:
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by thumbwiz » Thu Jul 19, 2018 5:11 pm

Lisertan wrote:
Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:34 am
BigC92 wrote:
Tue Jul 17, 2018 3:30 am
Lisertan wrote:
Mon Jul 16, 2018 3:25 pm
Call me lazy :D but for now I highly recommend this link

https://www.yesmods.com/farming-simulat ... -features/

As it's 100% correct.

That will at least give a great overview over what has been said at FarmCon.
I just need to ask you one question, when you say "buildable farms" does this include placeable houses to, or are they preset?
Everything is placable. Houses, stables, silos, workshops, everything. You can pick a random spot on the map (let's say a forest) buy the land, cut down all the trees, remove everything and place your farmhouse there to start your farm there. Or just a stable or.. whatever you want.
That's the best news ever. Goodnight to other farming games.
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by thumbwiz » Thu Jul 19, 2018 5:37 pm

Bensterr wrote:
Thu Jul 19, 2018 2:54 pm
Lisertan wrote:
Thu Jul 19, 2018 12:09 pm
You need to own it. No Tree-pirates in FS19.
:hmm:

Well that's interesting. I read your post where you stated towns, villages, etc might not be purchaseable. That would imply we cannot cut tree's in residential areas, gardens, parks, whatever - am i right?

I so then, here's the thing. I play in forestry a lot and like to do some 'tree work' for the locals as well. Removing a tree from a garden or pruning an alleyway in a village. Cleaning up parks, etc, etc. Generally playing as a Treecare contractor / Tree Surgeon Company. With the above in consideration i cannot play the way i'd like to play anymore. Bit concerning to me... and i bet some others too :mrgreen:

EDIT: Maybe add a 'Allow players to cut trees in not owned plots' toggle?
Your style of play could make for some nice side missions that pay out. Especially when starting with only a little cash, you could buy a chainsaw or lawn mower and visit the local town for tree/grass missions.
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by W1der » Thu Jul 19, 2018 6:16 pm

As mentioned ... it is up to the map creator how the map is "divided" ...

I did this on a savegame of GCV ... removed a lot of the pine trees and replaced them with some prettier ones ... *thumbsup*
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by Boddi » Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:37 pm

Just wanted to share this video from Virtual Farmer. He was at FarmCon 18 (guess many of you saw him commentating the baling championship). Here's his summary of FS19 revelations (Spoiler alert! There are many) :biggrin2:


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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by woody09 » Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:03 pm

hi every one I sent a message to lisertan about farming sim 19 first of all I ask give me two reasons why I should buy the game secondly I asked when it rains will the tractor wheel sink and spin then I asked when you hit something will there be tractor damage then I asked will the soil be like concrete when you try to level it like in 17 then I asked why claas was not in 19 all of these he could not answer then he said that I was ranting and it was only for fun. I found this reply very upsetting because I have only asked what other users have asked..... ps I have farmed for years but know being disabled I have played farm sim17 for hours and hours I was just suggesting things to make farm sim 19 better or as he put it more fun. so if that's his attitude he can stuff his game?? so have a nice day lisertan……………….
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by DeereJason » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:39 am

woody09 wrote:
Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:03 pm
hi every one I sent a message to lisertan about farming sim 19 first of all I ask give me two reasons why I should buy the game secondly I asked when it rains will the tractor wheel sink and spin then I asked when you hit something will there be tractor damage then I asked will the soil be like concrete when you try to level it like in 17 then I asked why claas was not in 19 all of these he could not answer then he said that I was ranting and it was only for fun. I found this reply very upsetting because I have only asked what other users have asked..... ps I have farmed for years but know being disabled I have played farm sim17 for hours and hours I was just suggesting things to make farm sim 19 better or as he put it more fun. so if that's his attitude he can stuff his game?? so have a nice day lisertan……………….
Wow, I thought I was demanding. There are things I would like to know and certain things can be frustrating, there is a line I won't cross.

While there are a lot of things I would like to see, I know that not everything is possible. That said, there were a few deal breakers I had going into FS19. If those weren't included, I was willing to quietly walk away without buying FS19.

There's a way to make a request and a way to ask questions. First, don't come off as petty. Two, have valid rationale to back up your point of view. But before you even begin, understand that it isn't all about you.

It has already been shared in multiple places that Claas won't be in the game. As with Deere, Giants isn't going to reveal details as to why. Publicly commenting on such deals could strain a potential future business relationship.

It has also been shared that dynamic ground won't be in the game.

There are game features that are more easily implemented than others. There needs to be an understanding of what can and cannot be reasonably accomplished. Bitching and moaning that you aren't getting what you want without a valid reason, other than YOU want it, is simply pathetic. Giants is making a product and putting it out for sale in 4 months, if you don't like what the product is, don't buy it.

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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by BigC92 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:56 am

That's exactly right DeereJason, hes demanding answers while there in the forums, dont ask stupid questions without searching for it first, and i dont blame Listeran either, id do the same thing, and the " reasons why i should" situation should be up to you, weigh out the positives and negatives. So dont bite the hand that feeds you.

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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by Rbk_3 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:03 am

The minimum PC specs are nearly double the requirement of 17. The HDD space required is over 3x the size of 17.

There must be some big changes to the game to require double the horsepower and triple the HDD space.
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by s7davis » Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:14 am

Rbk_3 wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:03 am
The minimum PC specs are nearly double the requirement of 17. The HDD space required is over 3x the size of 17.

There must be some big changes to the game to require double the horsepower and triple the HDD space.
I saw the PC SPECS and was like dang glad I got a new gaming computer last year. If not I would not be able to play FS19. For others who are unsure of the SPECS here they are. This is from yesmods.com so not sure if it is acurate or not maybe LIS will chime in and go yay or nah.

Farming Simulator 19 Minimum PC requirements:

64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
2.5Ghz Intel or an equivalent AMD quad-core processor
Nvidia Geforce GTX 560, AMD Radeon HD 7770, or better (min 2GB Vram, DX11 support)
4GB Ram
20GB free hard drive space
Sound card
DVD-Rom drive (for retail versions)

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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by Rbk_3 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:54 am

s7davis wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:14 am
Rbk_3 wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:03 am
The minimum PC specs are nearly double the requirement of 17. The HDD space required is over 3x the size of 17.

There must be some big changes to the game to require double the horsepower and triple the HDD space.
I saw the PC SPECS and was like dang glad I got a new gaming computer last year. If not I would not be able to play FS19. For others who are unsure of the SPECS here they are. This is from yesmods.com so not sure if it is acurate or not maybe LIS will chime in and go yay or nah.

Farming Simulator 19 Minimum PC requirements:

64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
2.5Ghz Intel or an equivalent AMD quad-core processor
Nvidia Geforce GTX 560, AMD Radeon HD 7770, or better (min 2GB Vram, DX11 support)
4GB Ram
20GB free hard drive space
Sound card
DVD-Rom drive (for retail versions)
He confirmed it in Discord. I returned my 1080ti I bought. I’m gonna wait for the 1180. I want to make sure I can play this 4K/60 max with increased draw distance in the XML

This makes me wonder about the console versions. Wonder if they will all be locked at 30fps now like the One X version
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by DeereJason » Fri Jul 20, 2018 4:01 am

BigC92 wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:56 am
That's exactly right DeereJason, hes demanding answers while there in the forums, dont ask stupid questions without searching for it first, and i dont blame Listeran either, id do the same thing, and the " reasons why i should" situation should be up to you, weigh out the positives and negatives. So dont bite the hand that feeds you.
It's one thing to complain. There are times I've done it and a few times I've regretted it. BUT, I've either done it publicly, or privately. Don't have a private message with someone to avoid public criticism or backlash then take it public as to brag that it happened or to inflate an ego. If it's private, leave it that way. If it is to be a public display, then start it that way so everyone can see how it plays out.

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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by BigC92 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 5:03 am

Yes, me and you had a little incident the other day, but im looking for a new start, and yeah, I've done a story book full of mistakes, some i regret, some i dont.

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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by W1der » Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:40 am

Going way of topic with this ...

For those of you that was active on this forum when FS17 was released ... you know how "ugly" things got ... :neutralnew:
Let us not go down that road again ... :blushnew:

Some of us can get pretty emotional about this game (for some reason) ... and say things that come out a bit harsh (myself included) ...
I would really like to see this community stay "friendly" and if someone is having a "bad day" ... instead of "kicking" at a person who is in a "bad state of mind" either ignore it or treat them with some positivity and love, or at least try to stay "neutral" to be able to have a constructive conversation ... *thumbsup*
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Re: Farming Simulator 19: Farm like never before!

Post by RODHA » Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:03 am

^^ Nice wishes there W1der and you are absolutely right. It is harder to do then said though :hmm:
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