Farming Simulator 22 – Animals and Wildlife Trailer

Posted on 22 Oct 2021

Giants Software have released a new trailer and details for this year’s Farming Simulator 22. Among the new features are greenhouses, beekeeping, and new wildlife wandering around. Bees will even raise the yield of crops if placed near certain ones. Seasonal cycles will mean virtual farmers need to prepare for winter and even plow snow. Farming Simulator 22 is releasing for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Stadia on 22 November 2021.

Official Press Release

Strawberries & Honey: Greenhouses and Beekeeping Coming to Farming Simulator 22

Zurich, 21st October 2021 – Farming will be as sweet and delicious as ever: Developer and publisher GIANTS Software introduces new beekeeping features to produce honey, and greenhouses to grow juicy strawberries, healthy lettuce and tomatoes in Farming Simulator 22. A new trailer also shines light on the livestock animals, even cuter than before, as well as the new wildlife whirling around through fields and forests.

In combination with the new production chains, farmers can extend their operation significantly through more options and produce way more than just the usual crops. This way of direct and local distribution allows for more complexity, especially in multiplayer mode with multiple farmers working together.

Let’s make some money, with honey!

The irrefutable importance of bees shows itself in Farming Simulator 22 through various effects on the farm: By placing beehives in proximity to canola, potatoes, and sunflowers, the yield of said crops will rise thanks to pollinating. Of course, the bees also do what bees do best: produce a sweet, golden and viscous substance.

Stored on generated pallets, beekeepers (preferably wearing the new protective beekeeping suit) can either sell honey directly or deliver it to the cereal factory, where it’s used among other ingredients to produce a crunchy breakfast product. While the beehives in varying sizes are productive during warm seasons, they will only serve as a place for a buzzing slumber party when it gets cold.

Greenhouses to secure income during winter

With seasonal cycles coming to Farming Simulator 22, virtual farmers need to prepare for winter. While plowing snow and tending to livestock, additional income can be generated by building greenhouses in varying sizes. With plants and trees withered during the cold months, growing strawberries, lettuce and tomatoes will still provide a green sight – as long as freshwater is provided. And the profitability of the farm during winter is guaranteed.

Farming Simulator 22 releases on November 22nd for PC, Mac, PlayStation®5 (PS5™), Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and Stadia. Visit the official Farming Simulator website and the GIANTS Software press area for more info.

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