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Real Farm: The Potato Pack

Discussion in 'Multi Format Gaming' started by TalllPaul, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. TalllPaul

    TalllPaul Outstanding Contribution to GOs

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    Today, publisher SOEDESCO announced that the first two DLC for Real Farm: The Potato Pack and the Grünes Tal Map launch on March 2, 2018. The game is currently available for PC, PlayStation®4 and the family of Xbox One devices including Xbox One X. Both of these DLC are free of charge for owners of the game prior to DLC launch.

    DLC debuts at the PC Gamer Weekender 2018
    Players get the exclusive opportunity to enjoy the Real Farm DLC for the very first time at the PC Gamer Weekender 2018 event hosted by PC Gamer, the global authority on PC gaming. During this annual event, PC gaming enthusiasts and professionals from all over the world meet to play, learn, compete, and share their passion. SOEDESCO welcomes players at the event in London on the 17th and 18th of February, to be the first to experience the brand new Real Farm DLC.

    The Potato Pack and the Grünes Tal Map
    The first crop that was ever grown in outer space is now coming to Real Farm with the permanently free Potato Pack! Additionally, the lush new Grünes Tal Map takes players to the vast and glorious agricultural communities of Western Europe.

    Those who own Real Farm before the DLC launches can enjoy the green valleys of the Grünes Tal Map for free. For those who buy Real Farm after the launch, the map costs €9,99/$9.99. On Steam, Real Farm players automatically receive the Grünes Tal Map DLC once it launches. On PlayStation®4 and Xbox One, the map is free to download for 7 days after launch and becomes a paid DLC after that period.
     
  2. Ficklered

    Ficklered Best Intro

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    A small part of me is disappointed that this has no relation to either Ireland or poitin.
    The larger part couldn't frankly give shoite!
    In ye olden times a Farmer was a tax collector, now that would make for a better game premise surely?
     
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