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Zurich – September 9, 2021 – It’s the first public hands-on demo of Farming Simulator 22: Publisher and developer GIANTS Software is attending both the gaming-focused HeroFest and the agricultural fair Olma in Switzerland with a playable version of their upcoming game releasing on November 22nd for PC, Mac, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia.

  • HeroFest takes place from October 1st to October 3rd in Bern
  • Olma takes place from October 7th to October 17th in St. Gallen
  • GIANTS Software presents FS22 demo, bale stacking challenge & FSL tournament

First chance to play Farming Simulator 22
Attendees of the public events can test the latest installment of the series to preview new machines and features like production chains, seasonal cycles, and new crops. Fans can also take part in a bale stacking competition to see who can pile up small bales of hay for the highest score. “It feels liberating to be back at events, just in time to present Farming Simulator 22 to the public, too”, says GIANTS Software CEO Christian Ammann. “With HeroFest and Olma being two of Switzerland’s most important consumer fairs for gaming and farming, we cannot wait to present the next installment of our successful franchise in our home country and meet our dedicated fans in person again.”

Season 3 of the FSL continues at HeroFest
With GIANTS Software back at events, and the Farming Simulator League continuing with season 3, fans can also watch the next big tournament of the successful esports league live. The participating teams with 3 players each will be competing to get their share from the total prize pool worth 250,000 Euros. Corteva Agriscience, Trelleborg, and Valtra are currently leading the table, with other teams by renowned agricultural manufacturers fighting them for team-based victory on virtual fields.

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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

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

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