It’s almost time to start the tractors, as the launch of Farming Simulator 22 is less than three weeks away. Developer and publisher GIANTS Software releases a new Garage Trailer to provide machine enthusiasts with a foretaste of the impressive agricultural vehicle fleet available in the game.
Hundreds of authentic machines available
Over 400 authentically digitised machines and tools from Case IH, CLAAS, DEUTZ-FAHR, Fendt, John Deere, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Valtra and many other renowned brands from all over the world will be available in Farming Simulator 22.
As always, GIANTS Software, in close cooperation with the respective manufacturers, paid close attention to detail – up to the last bolt of each machine. The Massey Ferguson MF 8S tractor will be equally authentic as the Mack Super-Liner 6×4 by Mack Trucks or the New Holland Braud 9070L grape harvester that is introduced alongside the brand-new crop.
Designed more realistic than ever
It’s not just the visuals: GIANTS Software’s sound department greatly enhanced the audio aspect with real-time sound transformations responding to the environment, and even more mechanical details like moving lids, bolts and a lot of hydraulic components making noise.
“Farming Simulator 22 contains not only the biggest fleet of agricultural machinery of the series. It’s also the most accurate and extensive digitisation of real farming tools – something to be proud of. We thank all our partners for the continuing partnerships that made it possible”, comments Thomas Frey, Creative Director at GIANTS Software.
Farming Simulator 22 releases on November 22nd for PC, Mac, PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia.
Since 2008, over 25 million versions of Farming Simulator have been sold worldwide. The game series has been released on all popular platforms including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs since 2008. From the start, the team enabled users to create mods with the company’s own GIANTS Engine. With the Farming Simulator League (FSL), the series introduced a competitive eSports mode in 2019 – with teams competing in professional tournaments and many acclaimed brands and sponsors on board.