Zurich, July 22, 2021 – GIANTS Software kicked off its own annual FarmCon by showing the new seasonal cycles in Farming Simulator 22. Today, the world gameplay-premiere is on the schedule as publisher and developer of the acclaimed series continues with even more information and presentations about the upcoming game, releasing November 22 for PC, Mac, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Stadia.
FarmCon 21 is streamed from July 21st to July 23rd on the company’s official Twitch channel. Streaming begins at 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET.
The show so far: seasonal cycles, new US map & more
- Demonstration of seasonal changes – watch here
- Presentation of the new US map ‘Elmcreek’ – watch here
- Behind the scenes of the Cinematic Trailer
- What self-publishing means for Farming Simulator
- Precision Farming talk with John Deere
- B-Roll of FarmCon gameplay available to media upon request
On today’s schedule: gameplay reveal, engine updates & raffles
Tomorrow, the 2nd day of FarmCon will focus on the gameplay premiere of Farming Simulator 22 showing fans the first in-game footage of the game. In addition, the developers will provide a look at the GIANTS Engine 9 and its vast improvements, including brand-new features. There will be a Q&A session and raffles for the chance to win Farming Simulator 22. Dedicated Discord chat rooms with developers allow fans to interact with GIANTS Software directly.
Even more to come: new crops & customization options
Friday (July 23) is about the three new crops (grapes, olives, and sorghum), various customization options, and sound improvements. Also, there will be a Bale Stacking Challenge with real tractors. Saturday & Sunday (July 24-25) are reserved for the Farming Simulator League and will see the competitive esports league continue with season 3. The tournament finale will stream live on July 25 at 1:00am PT / 4:00am ET on Twitch and YouTube.
FarmCon is the official and annual community event for modders, developers and players of the Farming Simulator series. Since 2016, fans can meet at FarmCon to chat with GIANTS Software and other players. For more information, please visit the official Farming Simulator website.
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ABOUT GIANTS SOFTWARE
GIANTS Software is an international video game developer and publisher from Switzerland established in 2004 and known worldwide for creating the popular Farming Simulator series. The team with offices in Switzerland (Zurich), Germany (Erlangen), USA (Chicago) and Czech Republic (Brno) is very committed to maintain close contact to the agricultural industry and to engage with the community. For more information, please visit giants-software.com
ABOUT FARMING SIMULATOR
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. More information available at farming-simulator.com