Farming Simulator 22
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Developer: GIANTS Software
Content Rating: Everyone
Get ready for new crops, new maps, new machines, new brands and more. Oh, and it’s getting snowy, too because we're adding seasonal cycles. And of course, a lot of other features to be announced soon. Farming Simulator 22 will offer more depth thanks to a big variety of new additions and more freedom than ever before.
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Farming Simulator 22 massively expands upon the management aspect of past games, giving greater importance to your crops once you’ve harvested them. Building supply chains is immensely rewarding, even if it can take what feels like an eternity to get your business up and running the way you want to. Interesting new crops, like grapes and olives, add gameplay variety to the tried and tested loop, while an abundance of licensed machinery gives you a wealth of vehicles and tools to work with. It’s the best entry in Giants Software’s series yet, but like a popular British yeast extract, you’ll either love it or hate it.
Players of earlier Farming Simulator games will notice and appreciate a lot changes and improvements in the new release. Everything looks a lot better, there are new crops, and the new production chain mechanic and changing seasons really mix things up. New players may be flummoxed by the tutorial, as well as the deep, open-ended gameplay. Farming Simulator 22 has some rough patches, but there’s a lot of fun to harvest as well.
Overall, Farming Simulator 22 is an experience I can only describe as highly demanding, but almost as equally rewarding. Thanks to the bolstered business management elements of the game, you have several new opportunities to expand your business and truly feel like you're dominating the agriculture market. However, it's also a game that doesn't really hold your hand, and expects you to be fully committed at all times. It's a daunting task, and you can easily lose dozens of hours into the game, but for fans, it might be a dream come true.