BORROWING WATER AND A TRAIN | Farming Simulator 22 – Haut-Beyleron | Episode 3


Welcome back to my very first Farming Simulator 22 let’s play on Haut-Beyleron

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This was sent to me by Giants Software in return for my let’s plays ( I am not being paid by the company to produce them)
Please note this is an early access copy and the game is likely to change/be patched prior to release.

Music by Epidemic Sound



  1. You really should play with audio on for yourself. They've improved it SO MUCH. Like you can hear the dump beds of the trailers flexing and popping when you dump. The game is now full of the little things like that.

  2. ….We are now in possession of the ultimate weapon…the nations of the world will TREMBLE at our mere mention… We will unleash destruction on a scale never before SEEN! And they will never underestimate us again…


  3. You say "We're doing one month per day", I hear "You can do multiple months in a day, possibly a season or multiples as well". I was under the impression you could vary only the month to be 1 to 28 days and have a year of 12 days to ~340 days. But maybe English isn't your strong suit while doing other things that task one.

  4. You using the big bag holder made me super nervous!

    There is a huge bug right now that forces you to quit the game. If you save the game with the bug you need to delete the big bag through vehicle.xml.

  5. Tons of new equipment and futures, which is really nice. But I don't like the new UI colour at all, and I liked the FS17 way of going to a field to do the job, rather than the FS19/FS22 way of contracts.

  6. Loving the playthrough!

    I don't get Giants sometimes. They make all sorts of immersion improvements, but they make beekeeping and greenhouses overly simplistic.

    Greenhouses: yeah I mean we don't need to dump 2000l a day in manure like we did in previous versions, but come on, how bout fertilizer and nutrients?

    Beekeeping: Look no further than the system used in Hof Bergmann… Buy honeycomb frames and bees, load up the bee house, let bees do their thing for a few days, come back and remove the frames, put them into the extractor and then fill the honey tub. It may SOUND like a lot of work, but it's not really, takes less than 5 min.


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