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Difficulty level Farming Simulator 15 Guide

Buying a cutting-edge machine - quicker on easy level, more satisfying on hard level. - Difficulty level - Basics - Farming Simulator 15 Game Guide
Buying a cutting-edge machine - quicker on easy level, more satisfying on hard level.

Before starting the gameplay, you have to make an important decision that will influence your career as a farmer. We're talking about choosing the level of difficulty - the higher it is, the harder it will be to earn money necessary to develop the farm. It is mainly because of lower prices in stores. Besides the difference in money, the starting contents of the warehouse changes as well - from solid supply, to total emptiness. On each higher level of difficulty, your workers will receive higher payments. As you can see, a lot of aspects of the game depend on this choice, so it is good to think about it well.

Below, you can learn about the basic differences between the available difficulty levels - easy, normal and hard. Below values present the approximate amount of owned goods. It is similar for all three available maps: Bjornholm, Westbridge Hills and Sosnovka.

Easy

Bigger initial capital / small loan / high prices

Initial capital: 12000$

Initial loan: 50000$ (you can receive up to 150000$ more)

Initial content of the warehouse and average purchase prices (for a ton):

Plant

Supply

Price

Wheat

17,75 t

about 1102$ - 1369$

Barley

17,01 t

about 1165$ - 1434$

Canola

17,45 t

about 2106$ - 2352$

Corn

17,04 t

about 884$ - 1040$

Potatoes

16,72 t

about 760$ - 816$

Sugar beet

17,21 t

about 880$ - 933$

Wood chips

16,54 t

about 1520$

Normal

Smaller initial capital / medium loan / normal prices

Initial capital: 6000$

Initial loan: 100000$ (you can receive up to 100000$)

Initial content of the storehouse and average purchase prices (for a ton):

Plant

Supply

Price

Wheat

8,34 t

about 551$ - 685$

Barley

8,52 t

about 583$ - 736$

Canola

8,13 t

about 1064$ - 1176$

Corn

8,82 t

about 442$ - 520$

Potatoes

8,88 t

about 380$ - 408$

Sugar beet

8,55 t

about 440$ - 467$

Wood chips

8,80 t

about 760$

Hard

Small initial capital / big loan / low prices

Initial capital: 4000$

Initial loan: 150000$ (you can receive up to 50000$)

Initial content of the storehouse and average purchase prices (for a ton):

Plant

Supply

Price

Wheat

0 t

about 276$ - 343$

Barley

0 t

about 292$ - 368$

Canola

0 t

about 527$ - 588$

Corn

0 t

about 221$ - 260$

Potatoes

0 t

about 190$ - 204$

Sugar beet

0 t

about 220$ - 234$

Wood chips

0 t

about 380$

Easy level will be perfect for people who want to quickly expand their farm, as you can earn money relatively fast here. Hard level however, is a great choice for players who want their money to be earned with a lot of effort, but with bigger satisfaction, and who are not afraid of slow development. There is of course the Medium level also, which will be and ideal option for most people, as earning money is not so easy here, but it is not extremely demanding and time-consuming.

No matter of what level of difficulty you choose, notice the similarities in purchase prices of the same goods - sell your crops to the buyer who offers the most in a given moment.

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