(Updated February 3, 2020) No Creek Farms (that’s the name of the modder) released the Medicine Creek map few hours ago. Here’s the link for the Facebook release post (look for the link in one of the last comments.)
I’ll try to make a proper presentation of the map later this week.
The Medicine Creek Farming Simulator 19 map is close to being finished. It’s a USA based map, made by the guy who also created the wildly popular No Creek Farms for Farming Simulator 17. The creator is working hard to make the new map ready for a late January release.
The map has gone through testing, eliminating some small errors, while some new elements have found its way into the map.
Here’s a screenshot for you:
Multi-Angled Terrain, More Crops
The new map has many exciting features. It will include multi-angled terrain, making fieldwork look more realistic. There will be dynamic mud in some small areas, together with ditches surrounding the fields and areas where the ground has suffered erosion.
- Alfalfa is a new crop for cattle.
- You can feed the cattle both corn and soybean.
- Crop stubble destruction is a thing.
- Cattle walk around in hilly terrain.
Ready for Seasons
The Medicine Creek FS19 map is prepared to work with Seasons. It will also be one of few Seasons ready maps that have custom made vegetation textures for each season. The author is also making a custom GEO mod for it.
You can, of course, enjoy the map without using the Seasons mod. And just so you know, there will be no AI traffic with the initial release of the map.
Check out the No Creek Farms Facebook page to follow the map-making process and for updates on the release.
Image Credits: No Creek Farms on Facebook.