Because by the look of things, it’s quite the upkeep charge. Regardless, Focus Interactive has promised the most in-depth farm simulation possible with their GamesCom teaser of Farming Simulator 2013.
The original garnered some medium of success, selling 500,000 units in European countries. The sequel promises to add many new machines, vehicles, crops, animals, and environment, including equipment from today’s top 20 manufacturers.
Then there are the online cooperative modes. And if that doesn’t get you excited, honestly, nothing will.
Farming Simulator 2013 is due for PC release on October 2012, and for PS3 and Xbox 360 in Q1 of 2013