Two weeks before the start of the FarmCon, Giants Software gave a small preview of the program of the event. The highlight is the gameplay world premiere of the new Farming Simulator 22, which fans can watch live on July 22nd.

In addition, the studio would like to present the features and improvements of GIANTS Engine 9 in more detail. From July 21 to 23, FarmCon will take care of the next simulation. Always from 8 p.m. on the Giants Software’s Twitch channel Further information on the Farming Simulator 22. We have included the organizers’ program including all dates below.

FarmCon 2021 – These highlights are on the program

  • Wednesday (July 21): On this day, the changing seasons, the new US map Elmcreek, a look behind the scenes of the cinematic trailer and more are in focus.
  • Thursday (July 22nd): The long-awaited gameplay premiere of Farming Simulator 22! In addition, insights into GIANTS Engine 9, its extensive improvements and brand new features.
  • Friday (July 23rd): Today everything revolves around the three new types of fruit, various customization options and sound improvements. The bale-stacking competition “Stark Challenge 2021” with real tractors also provides exciting entertainment.
  • Saturday & Sunday (July 24th and 25th): The weekend is all about the Farming Simulator League and the continuation of the third season of this competitive esports league. The tournament finals will be live on July 25th at 10am Twitch and YouTube transfer.

Farming Simulator 22: Cinematic trailer with release and innovations

In the coming days Giants Software will reveal more details about FarmCon. Additional presentations, Q&A sessions, competitions and more are planned, among other things. Just keep an eye on the studio’s official channels. Farming Simulator 22 will be available in stores on November 22, 2021 for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One.

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Farming Simulator 22: Gameplay World Premiere at FarmCon (1) [Quelle: Giants Software]

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