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Farming Simulator 22 Reviews & Ratings
Realistic sound, better grafics, AI improved, more animals, textures and season, even new Building mode can do best your own farm as you want.
So many bugs and issues upon release. I can understand issues related to new features in the game but you really dropped the ball in FS22.So many bugs and issues upon release. I can understand issues related to new features in the game but you really dropped the ball in FS22. Implements that don't work, contracts you can't fulfill, fields that are mixed up, products that can't be sold... the list goes on and on.There is a laundry list of problems that never should have been there upon release. Did you not have beta-testers?I've owned every version since FS13 and I hope this won't be my last.
This game is the surprise of 2021 for me.After being seriously let down by Battlefield and several other AAA titles this year, I thoughtThis game is the surprise of 2021 for me.After being seriously let down by Battlefield and several other AAA titles this year, I thought I'd finally give this series a try. And while the game isn't perfect, it deserves a perfect score in my opinion here's why:-Amazing graphical detail, considering this is a sim game. I would put the machinery models up there with games like Flight Simulator and Gran Turismo. You can see how much work the artists put into these. I don't know a lot about farming equipment but now I have a new appreciation for it.-Extremely flexible gameplay settings. This allows you to basically play anything from creative/easy mode, to a fully hardcore experience. One of those games where it seems there's no wrong way to play it.-This game has elements of Stardew Valley and Cities Skylines for me. Management is fun, gameplay is satisfying, and it seems like an avalanche of content (especially when you have in-game cash)-I've only played on one map so far, but I've checked out all 3 and they are all unique and worth starting a farm on.Here are some cons:-The game only holds your hand for about 20 minutes. After that you have to figure stuff out (Youtube videos helped me). Here's a tip though...do contracts (avoid harvest contracts, they're bugged) and borrow the equipment. This way, you learn what everything does. It's a trial by fire, but a lot of sim games are.-Draw distances for crops are kind weak, especially for PS5. Wish the game would prioritize rendering the crops on the field im working on, so I can see my progress better.Overall, this game is way more polished and fun than I was expecting. Highly recommend to anyone who likes Train Sim World, Cities Skylines, Stardew Valley, No Man's Sky, etc
Farming Simulator 22 offers a full package when it comes to simulating farming. Many of the previous mechanics and gameplay is even better, but with the addition of seasons, the game is even more complete. Farm away!
Too frequent fps drops are slightly off putting (playing on xbox series x). Apart from that if you are addicted to farm simulators then thisToo frequent fps drops are slightly off putting (playing on xbox series x). Apart from that if you are addicted to farm simulators then this is currently the best there is out there. Love that they added some good mods from the start on consoles as well. Seasons are nice, but I personally turned them off, as it just became too much to keep tabs of, and it slows down income a lot in the start game, but I do understand the challenge and fun with it once you have the money to do other stuff while you wait for the right season to harvest and sell. That's the great thing about this sim, you can just do what you want and play however you like. I just hope they fix the frame drops.
|Release Date||November 22, 2021|
|Content Rated||E (Everyone)|
|Game Modes||Single player, Multiplayer, Co-operative|
|Player Perspectives||First person, Third person|
|Themes||Business, Sandbox, Open world|
|Platforms||PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Google Stadia|