If you ever dreamed of idyllic vineyards, striping the hillsides of your land, Haut-Beyleron (o bɛlʁɔ̃) is the right place to build your farm. Watch the brand-new trailer for the French map below! It’s only one of three settings in Farming Simulator 22. If you missed our trailer for Elmcreek, watch it now!
This is Haut-Beyleron
Check out the map highlights, below. Want to know more? We already introduced Haut-Beyleron a few weeks ago with lots of information about the map. Mind the fact that we improved various game aspects to make the game look even more atmospheric!
Inspired by Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Beynac-et-Cazenac & more
Enjoy traditional gondolas, a castle and many other sights to discover
Hillside areas are perfect to plant grape vines and olive groves
Are you ready for Farming Simulator 22? Today is the day when both of your hands are enough to count the days until launch. If you turn on the television, you might even spot the game. Below, you find our brand-new TV spot that will accompany the release on November 22nd.
And, if you’re wondering: Of course there will be Launch Trailer, too. But for now, take this spot, emphasizing on crossplay-multiplayer action, and count down the days until November 22nd! With Farming Simulator 22 and crossplay, you’ll get the chance to play with all of your friends – regardless of the platforms you’re playing on. Find our more in the linked article!
Need a helping hand on your farm? If your friends are currently not available to join you for a crossplay-session in Farming Simulator 22, you might want to hire a worker.
Since we showed you a screenshot a couple of months ago, you were asking about this ominous “AI worker” screen. Indeed, we were holding back the information since we were working on this feature until the last minute. Here’s a little preview, now.
Meet the semi-autonomous worker!
Via the new AI worker screen, you manage all your workers. It’s not just clicking a button anymore to let him overtake the task, you’re currently doing yourself (you still can let a worker overtake your current action, like cultivating, though). There’s more to it, now.
How does it work?
On the AI-Worker screen, click on any vehicle/machine and select “create job”. This allows you to select one of the following actions for your worker to carry out. Wherever you want to send him, you either choose a specific unloading station or set down a marker on the map.
“Go to” – drive a machine/vehicle to a specific destination
“Field Work” – carry out a task associated with the machine at the target location
“Deliver” – deliver crops to the selected unloading station (can be looped)
“Load & Deliver” load goods at one station, and deliver it to the next (can be looped)
If you select “looping”, the workers will continuously repeat the task – as long as there is something to do. If there is no more wheat in the silo to deliver to the bakery, he will stop.
Improving over time
We will continuously optimize the AI worker in the future, as the complex system does not only need to take into account the various new gameplay features of Farming Simulator 22, but the extensive modability of our game, too. We’ll do our best to improve the feature, and we’re already awaiting your feedback.