Farming Simulator 23 coming to Nintendo Switch

Publisher and developer GIANTS Software announces Farming Simulator 23 for release on 23rd May on Nintendo Switch™. With plenty of new features in an open-world setting, GIANTS Software equips the family-friendly Farming Simulator 23 with everything needed to become the genre-leading figurehead for simulation games that can be played everywhere.

Authentic Machinery & Valuable Goods
Farming Simulator 23 is the successor to the globally acclaimed Farming Simulator 20 released in 2019. Players choose their way of farming, whether it’s agriculture, animal husbandry, or forestry. Different types of machines help with all activities on the farm and beyond: More than 100 authentic vehicles and tools from world-renowned manufacturers such as Case IH, CLAAS, DEUTZ-FAHR, Fendt, John Deere, KRONE, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Valtra & many others are included in the game.
New gameplay mechanics allow various production chains, whereas players produce flour from harvested wheat to sell bread – or furniture from wood, or even clothes from sheep wool! Ploughing and weeds offer more new activities as additional options to cultivate the fields.

Crops and Animals on Two Entertaining Maps
No farm without animals: Farming Simulator 23 newly adds chickens to cows, horses, pigs, and sheep. Whether breeding, collecting eggs, or riding out on a horse, all these cute animals enrich the farm life. 
Grapes, olives, and sorghum are new among the 14 crops to harvest. Players can also take a stroll and search for collectibles or simply enjoy the seasonal visual changes in the landscapes: There is a lot to explore in Amberstone and Neubrunn, the two unique maps, inspired by environments in the USA and Europe.
Farming Simulator 23: Nintendo Switch Edition will be released on 23rd May 2023. Pre-orders are available at selected retail stores. Visit the official Farming Simulator website for more information.

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