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Farming Simulator 25 Coming November 12

Featuring Asian farming, over 400 machines, and new crops, publisher and developer GIANTS Software is breaking new ground (and fields) with the release of Farming Simulator 25 on November 12.

For the virtual farmers among us, they’ll be able to experience a new, lush East Asian landscape that will pay host to rice paddies. 

Other locales in Farming Simulator 25 include an open space-oriented North American environment and a Central European location that feature green fields situated between ponds and rivers.

Players can experience Farming Simulator 25 either solo or co-op with its multiplayer functionality. In the case of its multiplayer, players can grow rice, spinach, and other new crops, choosing between more than 20 overall. 

When it comes to fauna, Farming Simulator 25 will feature buffalos and other animals in the livestock pens. The title will also feature new production chains and constructions, which will serve as an extension of this title’s different business opportunities. 

Players will also be able to have the right equipment for the job. Farming Simulator 25 will feature equipment from more than 150 different brands, including Case IH, CLAAS, Fendt, John Deere, Kubota, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, and Valtra.

For those looking to get ready for their farming adventure, be sure to check out the Cinematic Trailer for Farming Simulator 25 below:

Farming Simulator 25: Cinematic Trailer (Announcement)

Farming Simulator 25 will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Note that a Farming Simulator 25 Collectors’ Edition for the PC is also available. Included is a USB ignition lock to start the engines of this title’s-game tractors, a 16-bit Mega Drive/Genesis-inspired version, and a soundtrack CD with 15 original tracks from Chris Hülsbeck for retro aficionados.

Fans can stay in touch with the community with the official Farming Simulator Discord channel alongside the official Facebook, Twitter/X, Instagram, and TikTok social media channels.

Source: Press Release

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