Release Date and Trailer for Farming Simulator 22 Revealed
Are you a lover of the digital farming game, Farming Simulator? Have you been eagerly waiting for the next season of the game? If yes, brace yourselves for some good news. The release date of the newest version of the game has been announced. Farming Simulator 22 is all set to entertain you from November 22 onwards.
You can download the latest version of the game on PC, Mac, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Stadia. To announce the launch of the new version of the game, the makers have released a cinematic trailer detailing the game's new features.
What can you expect?
You can expect a whole lot of new crops in the new Farming Simulator 22. You will get access to 3 new crops when you play this game on November 22- Grapes, Olives and Sorghum. Apart from the new crops, you can also enjoy new production chains in this new game. So, after harvesting the newcrops, you can use them to make other products such as oil and juice. All of these features are available on single-player and multiplayer modes.
Farming Simulator 22 also gives you access to a new machine, called the New Holland Braud 9070L, for harvesting the grapes. Watch the riveting story of a father and daughter farming together in the cinematic trailer of Farming Simulator 22, released by Giants Software on YouTube to know more about the features you can enjoy, when you play the game on November 22, 2021.
Pre-order your version of Farming Simulator 22, right now to enjoy some exciting gifts like the following:
- Claas Xerion Saddle Trac Pack, which includes these machines
- Claas Xerion 4200 Saddle Trac
- Kaweco Xerion Saddle Trac Tanker
- Kaweco Xerion Saddle Trac Semi-Trailed Tanker
- Kaweco Opti-Ject 800
- Kaweco Front Unit
- Limited PC Collector's Edition includes a working beacon light; plug it into a USB to switch on the lights inbuilt in Farming Simulator 22. Collector's Edition also includes posters, stickers and new tutorials.
- Other bonuses
Pre-order right now to avoid disappointments later