Farming Simulator 17 More Popular Than Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare?

Farming Simulator 17 is game that involves tractors and farming which is quite different from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. However, it seems that a lot of players are more interested in growing crops than killing people in space.

Farming Simulator 17 Versus COD: Infinite Warfare On Steam

Farming Simulator 17 occupies the 32nd spot out of the 100 top games in Steam as of press time. The farming simulation game had a peak player base of around 18,000 players as of Nov. 10. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare however, is at the 50th spot with a peak player base of just little over 9,000.

Farming Simulator 17 reviews were generally positive in contrast to COD: Infinite Warfare where almost half of its total reviews were negative. Metacritic however gave Infinite Warfare an 81 rating FS 17 got only 70. Observers believed that some other factors are at play behind the seemingly low number of players for Infinite Warfare. The Farm game was released last October while the COD game just got released this November, according to fraghero.

Farming Simulator 17 Details

The modern farmer simulation game exposes players to modern farming methods. More than 200 farm vehicles and equipment are available in the game. Farming Simulator 17 was developed by Giants Software and released last October 25 and has a retail price of $35. The game is also available on PS4, Xbox One, Windows PC and Mac OS X.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Details

COD: Infinite Warfare is the latest installment of the game franchise. It's a sci-fi combat adventure game where players fight in various locations including space in order to protect Earth's inhabitants against fellow humans from the Settlement Defense Front. The game was developed by Infinity Ward and released on Nov. 4 at a retail price of $60. COD: Infinite Warfare is available in various platforms that include PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

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