On May 23rd, publisher and developer GIANTS Software allows virtual farmers to take their farms anywhere. With the release on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices powered by iOS or Android, the next installment of the successful Farming Simulator series introduces a brand-new experience. Now, the makers of Farming Simulator 23 have announced the scope of the agricultural fleet that fans can look forward to.
Heavy and Specialized Machinery
“While mobile users may purchase additional content directly in-game, Nintendo Switch fans receive an extended fleet of 130+ agricultural machines from the get-go,” explains Boris Stefan, Head of Publishing at GIANTS Software.
Agricultural enthusiasts can look forward to an impressive fleet of authentically digitized machines: High-performance tractors like the Case IH Magnum 380 CVXDrive, Landini Serie 7 Robo-Six or Zetor Crystal HD, harvesters like the New Holland Braud 9070L specialized in grapes and olives or planters such as the Lemken Azurit 9 and many more are included in Farming Simulator 23.
Paid and Free Content to Extend the Game
Mobile users can extend the selection of 100+ machines available from the in-game dealership with in-app purchases: The John Deere 8R 410 tractor and CLAAS LEXION harvester are two of the machines available separately at launch.
In addition, Nintendo Switch players as well as mobile users will receive free and paid content updates down the road after Farming Simulator 23 launches on May 23rd as the latest official game in the successful simulation series.
Fans and farming-interested gamers can look forward to new crops like grapes and olives, new mechanics like production chains and gameplay features like plowing and weeding in the direct sequel to Farming Simulator 20. Meanwhile, gamers on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox enter Year 2 of Farming Simulator 22 with a new expansion, content packs, and updates coming later in 2023.
Farming Simulator 23 will be released on May 23, 2023.