The new Farming Simulator 22 will arrive this autumn »Vortex

Digital farming returns with another great title. The Swiss company Giants Software has announced Farming Simulator 22. The new part will target PC, Mac, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Stadia and will be released this autumn, which is a pleasant surprise for me personally. The authors promise new crops, maps, machines and brands. We’ll also see the seasons change, so your fields will be covered in snow in the winter, which could bring with it completely new challenges and changes in gameplay.

The studio promises more realistic AI behavior and richer worlds.

We can look forward to two new maps and an improved Erlengrat area. This will allow you to try different types of farming. We will have over 400 machines from more than a hundred manufacturers. The game is powered by GIANTS Engine 9 technology and the studio promises more realistic AI behavior and richer worlds. The sound system has also been improved. In addition, the authors promise to squeeze even more out of performance, including last-generation consoles.

According to the authors, Farming Simulator 22 will offer more depth and more freedom than ever before. In addition to the single, there will also be multiplayer for 8 players on consoles of 16 players on PC, Mac and Stadia. The team is tempted that it will be a big step forward and for the first time ever, the developers will release the game themselves. So far, it has been published under the banner of Focus Home Interactive.

Regardless of the change in the position of publisher, Comgad will again be in charge of distribution in our country. And we kept the best at the end. The version for PC and PlayStation will have Czech subtitles, the version for Xbox has not yet been confirmed by the distributor, we found out from Comgad. There is the first trailer, which does not capture the game in action, as well as the first screenshots. Giants Software should contact you soon for more details.

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