You may remember that FarmVille Freak did a post earlier about the FarmVille English Countryside Q&A that was opened on the FarmVille Discussion Boards.
FarmVille Comminuty Manager Stumpgrinder had told us to ask any and all questions we have about the new upcoming feature, and they would pick a few essential questions and answer them for us!
Seems as though our wait is over! Earlier this afternoon, Lexilicious posted an announcement on the Forums:
We know you have been eagerly awaiting more information about the upcoming English Countryside release and the wait is finally over!
We asked the community to submit their questions about the English Countryside and the designers behind this release have answered some of the best.
We will be periodically updating this Q&A with more information as we get a little closer to the release of FarmVille English Countryside, so stay tuned!
Source: Official FarmVille Forums
FarmVille English Countryside Q&A
Several farmers swamped the discussion board hoping that their question would be answered, so be sure to check the FarmVille Forums to see if yours was!
Here is the top question that several farmers asked, and was picked to be answered:
Will our neighbors be able to visit our English Countryside farms? Will they be able to “help” on my farm?
All your neighbors will be able to visit you in the English Countryside to see your new English Farm, and we think you’ll be eager to show it off. They will also be able to help you by fertilizing your English crops, tending your chicken coop full of English chickens, and so on.
We’ve tried hard to make farming in England feel new and exciting, while preserving the gameplay our players love, and making it super-easy to get started and build your farm up right away. We hope it will seem fresh and fun, but also familiar and comfortable.
Many similar questions that might prove to you as essential information have also been answered!
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