IGN contributor Travis Northup takes a deep dive into the farm-management life in Farming Simulator 22, the latest in the popular farm sim series that adds a key component: seasons. Farming Simulator 22 will be released on PC on November 22.
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Can you tow Russian tanks?
what about that thing from FS15 that lets you create movement PLANS for an AI. like auto bring to silo etc.
How often does this update
Let me guess, liquid and solid fert, cow poop, etc all serves no purpose besides ticking one single box, and plows and cultivators are interchangable, and you basically can switch all that off and have zero realism but maximum profit again – right? No way to lock out those controls and play a proper game? Because tbh it looks the damn same, every year they release a new one it's the same damn game just a TINY bit better.
This video is so well written and narrated.
Im hoping for lacasa de pepel (Money heist) kinda….Printing notes, Robbing simulator!
just so everyone knows don't watch ign they're the worst review'ers
Does it include bring your John Deere to an authorized John Deere repair shop because they won’t sell you the parts to repair your own tractor yourself, and you end up getting absolutely screwed?
Oe you could just plant your own crops 🙂
What’s is the ADS on the tractor?(battle filed player)
Have they added tutorial yet?
Only men love and understand simulator games.
So this is the Battlefield 2042 killer that people say.
What a marvelous game 10/10
more players here than in BF2042. clown suits at EA
Still a better game than Battlefield 2042
A Farming segue into Halo, you don't see that every day
Upload in 60 FPS, clowns.
No AI info at all? What the ..
Wow….looks….just like the last 3.
This is what gaming is about. Honest devs who are passionate in working and improving their game, and delivering what their audience expects. Highly in contrast to what AAA game developers are doing now (EA, Activision, Ubisoft)
So happy about the devs introducing old mod ideas into vanilla. Someone's listening.