Farming Simulator, the series which made a surprise splash on PC with its latest 2013 installment, will bring its virtual cultivation to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Sept. 4, publisher Focus Home Interactive announced this morning.
The console version of the game is "more than a simple port" of the PC version, its press release announcement promises, adding a new American region for farmers to tend to. There will also be new vehicles for players to utilize while raising their crops and plowing their fields — details on those new additions are scarce, but they'll likely be featured in the game's playable demo at Focus Home Interactive's booth at Gamescom 2013 next week, in Cologne, Germany.
Last month, developer Giants Software launched Farming Simulator on PlayStation Vita for $9.99. The game's price on consoles has yet to be announced.