Developer and publisher GIANTS Software has announced that Farming Simulator 22 will feature a cross-platform multiplayer option.
“The successful implementation of crossplay marks a major advancement for the multiplayer experience in the now self-published Farming Simulator series”, said Boris Stefan, Head of Publishing at GIANTS Software.
“With the series becoming more and more popular around the world, and the fan base growing on PC and consoles alike, we can now connect virtual farmers without restrictions. Cooperative farming evolves”.
GIANTS also revealed that Farming Simulator 22 will include brand new ways to customize your multiplayer character including new player models, hairstyles, clothing items, and accessories.
Senior Character Artist on Farming Simulator 22, Roman Pelypenko said: “Since Farming Simulator is enjoyed by an innumerable amount of fans in multiplayer mode, whether among friends in relaxing sessions after work, or even our passionate content creators playing together in role-play scenarios, we’re excited to provide them with many new possibilities for their characters.”
Earlier this month (September 9), a number of Microsoft Flight Simulator players were able to use the game’s live weather mechanic to fly through Hurricane Ida – the fifth strongest storm to ever hit the United States.
When the game’s Real-World Weather feature is enabled, the game can simulate current weather conditions, allowing players to experience real-life weather conditions in-game.