Players of video game series Farming Simulator will be delighted by this impressive trailer introducing the franchise’s latest installment!
Along with the game’s upcoming release date and stirring fresh details, developer Giants Software has already released Farming Simulator 22’s first official trailer.
Easily found via YouTube, fans of the farming simulation franchise will no doubt be thrilled by the FS22 Cinematic Trailer’s visibly realistic and high-budget makeup.
Within the video’s hype-worthy graphics, viewers can spot glimpses of the types of tools, machinery, and activities they’ll be getting to work with in the game itself.
Furthermore, other new elements such as crops, maps, vehicles, even multiplayer and weather modes will be gracing players with more exciting challenges. Anticipating gamers can expect the Farming Simulator 22 release on the 22nd of November this year.
A well-seasoned upgrade.
Speaking of realistic, FS22’s all new Seasons mode is going to give players the ultimate four-season farming experience without requiring any of the mods that were necessary in FS 17 and 19.
The relevance of weather and climate change is prominent in the game’s trailer, however, its developers have not disclosed any details regarding their mechanics just yet.
Fresh crops and production chains.
Grapes, olives, and sorghum are three new crops that Giants Software has incorporated into the yet-to-be-launched Farming Simulator 22. With these new crops will come new methods of fieldwork performance.
With grapes, for example, gamers can expect to grow vineyards, but this can only be done with potentially new specialized equipment if they are to successfully reach fruition.
In terms of equipment, FS22 will be featuring 400+ tools and machines of more than a hundred legitimate brands; Mack Trucks appears to be the latest real-life company inclusion to the virtual world.
Moreover, with the addition of production chains, Farming Simulator 22 players will get to deliver their harvest to various businesses for processing in order to collect extra revenue.
Two new maps?
Yes, a pair of new maps are coming to FS22, one of which is named Elmcreek (which takes inspiration from the US’ Midwest region). The second map is to be an improved version of FS19’s Erlengrat, an Alpine Expansion map.
Players can gaze upon waterfalls, rivers, highways, and whatever else they can explore.
Mod things up!
To personalize, enhance, and enrich gameplay, Giants Software is also offering a bunch of new mods for fans to enjoy via a number of modding websites that will be accessible upon FS22’s release.
Thanks to its support of Directx-12 API, Farming Simulator 22 players can snag more engaging immersion and smoother game performance, not to mention, the ability to optimize more complex mods.
Gaming is a pretty universal way to take a break and escape from the various themes and goings-on of reality, but that doesn’t mean realistic games revolving around realistic concepts can’t be great. Those unfamiliar with Farming Simulator might just find a new passion for virtual farming after giving the FS22 official cinematic trailer an open-minded view.