The official Twitter account for Farming Simulator 2017 has confirming that the agriculture-’em-up sequel will feature mod support for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on launch.
Farming Simulator 2017 PS4 mods confirmed in light of Fallout 4 debacle
The topic of mods will probably still be a touchy subject for some, as Bethesda confirmed only last week that Sony has blocked mod support for both The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition and Fallout 4 on the PS4.
Microsoft, however, has welcomed the feature with open arms, with Xbox One users able to enjoy the same delights that PC users have been indulging in for some time now.
Farming Simulator 2017 is due out on October 25, 2016 and introduces a wealth of new features, including drivable trains to facilitate the transportation of goods, plus the chance to raise pigs for the first time.
There’s also a host of new crops to get your mitts on, new maps, plus a total of 250 vehicles and equipment spanning 75 different brands.
Farming Simulator started out as something of a cult phenomenon on PC before gathering steam on consoles in the past few years, resulting in the series selling over four million copies worldwide.