Farm Together: How to Visit Other Farms
Farm Together is a surefire way to lay back and relax for an hour or several, as you tend to crops, animals, and customize your virtual farm. As viable as farming on your own can be, it also shines when done alongside others. It’s in the title, after all. Here’s how to visit other farms in Farm Together.
Farm Together allows up to 16 players to roam around and help with available tasks on any given farm. Farm owners can make use of the game’s permission system to determine who can visit their farms and what they can do while on them. It’s a neat option that gives players tools to minimize the risk of people ruining the results of their work.
Farm Together allows you to limit visit access to specific people, such as only friends, or let other guests in as well. You can also restrict what they can do while on your farm, including options such as just harvesting, or both harvesting and planting.
PC users have several options when it comes to paying visits to other farms. One is the Find Farms button found in the main menu. This shows all public farms, but also has a series of filters that allow you to narrow your search.
While in-game, you can also right click on a friend’s Steam profile and select the Join Game option. Lastly, your friend can also send you an invite from the Pause menu, in which case you need only accept it.
Question: How to visit other farms in Farm Together?
Answer: Firstly, the farms in question need to have the proper permissions. On PC, you can use the Find Farms button in the main menu, join a friend’s game by right clicking their name in your Steam friends list, or have them send you an invite from the pause menu.