Farmville Australia, like previous new farms will have a paid Early Access period before becoming available free to all farmers. As before, this will come with an exclusive gift and quest rewards that only those who go early will be able to earn. Check out the details below and please do share with friends.
The Dirt Farmer team has CONFIRMED that Early Access to Farmville Australia will run from 22nd April, 2013 to 29th April, 2013. The cost of early access will be 45 FC. Here is a preview of the pop up that you will receive inviting you to purchase early access.
A look at the loading screen
As with prior farms, there will be an exclusive gift for purchasing early access to Australia. This time the gift will be the Tasmanian Devil, and a free Orchard Harvester… Sounds a good deal to me. Here is a look at the prizes:
It seems Zynga will also be doing something a little differently, and offering several items in the market exclusively for coins during Early Access week, which will only be available for farmcash when General Access arrives:
|Boran Cow||Australian Draught Horse||Wine Bottle Tree|
Like Atlantis before it, Early Access to Farmville Australia will come with two special crops available only to those who purchase early access. This time the crops will be the Finger Lime Plant and the Wombat Berry.
Finger Lime Plant
In addition, we’ve discovered two more crops which will only be in the market for the week of early access:
|Australian Flag||Roo Xing Sign|
Though it never appeared for many for the Atlantis farm, Zynga and Farmville may once again be offering the opportunity to gift early access to Australia to a neighbor for Farm Cash. Perhaps we will all get the opportunity to send someone a special gift if we choose this go round. Here is a sneak peek at the paid early access gifting.
A look at the invitation to purchase a gift
Finally a look at the Early Access Gifting Screen that you will see if you are lucky enough to receive the gift of early access.
What do you think? Will you be going to Australia early or surprising a friend with a gift? Do let us know by commenting our post. Happy Farming.