New free content and real-world items are coming to Farming Simulator 22

While waiting for the launch of the Antonio Carraro pack in Farming Simulator 22 On March 22, an all-new completely free content update will roll out for the game on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, bringing with it new real-world brands, machines, apparel, and merchandise.

Farming Simulator 22 Rolling Out Today On Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, PS5, Stadia, and PC is the second free content drop for the game, as patch 1.3 adds eight new machines, additional features, and good old optimization.

What you get today is the introduction of Dutch manufacturer Ploeger, bringing their brand new four-wheel self-propelled slurry tanker into the mix. And yes, if you have never heard of this one, it is because it has not yet been introduced in the market.

This is just one of eight vehicles that are dropping into Farming Simulator 22 today, with the following full roster set up…

  • Ploeger AT 5104 LNMS
  • Hardi NAVIGATOR 4000
  • Kotte PQ 32,000
  • Krampe Big Body 750S
  • Fendt Power Flow 30ft
  • Massey Ferguson Power Flow 30ft
  • Fendt IDEAL ParaLevel
  • Massey Ferguson IDEAL ParaLevel

In addition, the Fendt IDEAL ParaLevel and Massey Ferguson IDEAL ParaLevel also come with an interesting feature: electric slope compensation, which allows the cutter head of these harvesters to adapt dynamically to sloping terrain.

There’s more that comes with this free content release – mostly in the form of proper Farming Simulator physical goodies. You will find them available at official site, but expect to have the chance to buy and take with you key chains, power outlets, pencil cases, lunch boxes and water bottles. Thermos mugs are also available, as are our beanies, hoodies and mousepads. Although not yet available to ship to the United States, other global options are available.

Let us know what you decide to pick up. If you haven’t played Farming Simulator 22 yet, you’ll find the game on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Stadia, and PC digital stores.

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