Farming Simulator 22 will have three new crops: Grapes, olives and sorghum. With help of production chains, you can even process them even further. Here is first information of new crops. Before jumping to the crops Giants have released also a new video trailer of Farming Simulator 22.
Start your juicy business – with grapes!
The firt of new crops – Grapes. You will have much fun plating them on the hillsides and curved fields just like in real vineyard. The look of this piece of land will look very romantic like your summer holidays travel. To have the best view of the field you will need to have special equipment to take care of the crop.
Playing Farming Simulator 22 with seasons qill require to keep an eye on the crop caledar. Plant your grapes between March and June and don’t waste time harvesting them in September and October with the New Holland Braud 9070L. Also, don’t forget to prepare what’s left for the next season the following year!
Olives for more Mediterranean charm
If full fields of grape vines are nothing special to you, how about olive trees? If you want to see beautiful fields little olive trees are sight to your farmer eyes. You can also go with both grapes and olives for even beter view.
Keep in mind that olives do require your attention as well. What you need to know about this crop: planting season for olives is the same as for grapes, between March and June. But, you will have to harvest them a little bit quicker – harvest season for olives is only in September. Again, New Holland will give you the right machine to harvest – this time, it’s the New Holland Braud 9090X.
New type of grain: Nutritious sorghum
And lastly a new type of grain sorghum was added to the game. A member of the sweet grass family, sorghum is one of the most important foodstuffs in the world. It’s highly nutritious because of its dietary fibers and is used in a lot of different forms for human consumption. It’s mostly cultivated in dry climate areas and is therefore steadily becoming more and more important in the world.
Production chains with grapes, olives and sorghum
Don’t forget that in this Farming Simulator 22 edition a new feature is production chains that let’s you process crops after harvesting if wanted.
What do you make out of grapes? Fine and tasty grape-juice, of course (what else would you do with this delicious fruit that’s enjoyable for all ages?). But dried grapes are tasty, too – don’t you think? With olives, you can produce high-grade olive oil. That shouldn’t be a big surprise. Sorghum you can deliver to the grain mill to produce fine flour.
Farming Simulator 22 releases for PC, Mac, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Stadia on November 22nd.