Farming Simulator 19: Free DLC brings environmentally friendly farming into the game

In a few days all fans of Farming Simulator 19 can look forward to a free DLC for PC and console. With the so-called Precision Farming, new gameplay elements will soon be available in the game, which revolve specifically around the topic of environmentally friendly agriculture. The project is financially supported by EIT Food – Europe's leading food innovation initiative – and is part of John Deere's Precision Farming Project.

The GIANTS Software development team is working on the DLC together with the University of Hohenheim and the University of Reading. With the new content, players now have the option, among other things, of taking soil samples in order to identify four different soil types. By observing the pH values ​​or the nitrogen content, farmers can then save resources such as seeds, fuel or fertilizers. This not only saves costs, but also protects the environment. You can find a teaser for the DLC below.

There should be further updates on the Precision Farming Project in the future. There will also be additional gameplay features for Farming Simulator 19 (buy now € 25.99 /€ 17.99 ) give. According to those responsible, the project was launched to raise awareness for sustainable land management. In addition, the general knowledge of the public on the subject has steadily decreased in the past. The DLC for Farming Simulator 19 will be available from December 8, 2020.

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