Virtual farmers can now tend to their crops on the go in Farming Simulator 23, which launched on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices on Tuesday. The game comes with new crops, maps, and machines, developer and publisher GIANTS Software announced. Alongside the game’s Switch and mobile debut comes a gameplay trailer showcasing the new features.
Farming Simulator 23 Launch Trailer
Two new maps, Amberstone and Neubrunn, feature visuals that change based on the seasons and offers collectibles to be found. Several new crops have also been added to Farming Simulator 23, including grapes, olives, and sorghum, bringing the total number of crops to 14.
Players will now be able to plow and weed their fields, as well as partake in production chains that can yield valuable goods. To maximize the production chains, players will need access to some new items like eggs, which will be available now thanks to the addition of chickens.
“We’re proud to strengthen the series’ position as a figurehead for this family-friendly genre with this new benchmark for mobile farming,” said Boris Stefan, Head of Publishing at GIANTS Software. “Farming Simulator 23 proves that simulation games are not limited to a selection of platforms, but can be played anywhere and anytime.”
Farming Simulator 23 is now available for $44.99 USD on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop as well as iOS and Android devices via the App Store and Google Play, respectively. Head over to the official website to learn more about the game and its update.