It’s time for some wholesome family-friendly fun with the official successor to the globally acclaimed Farming Simulator 20 released in 2019, Farming Simulator 23 for the Nintendo Switch.
In the game, players get to choose their way of farming, from agriculture to animal husbandry or forestry. While mobile users will have to purchase additional content directly in-game, the Nintendo Switch version will receive an extended fleet of 130+ agricultural machines from the get-go. There are not only 14 crops to sow, plant, and harvest, such as grapes, olives and sorghum, but also a whole slew of animals to breed, from chickens to cows, horses, pigs, and sheep. All the farming action takes place on two unique maps, in Amberstone and Neubrunn, inspired by actual environments in the USA and Europe.
Farming Simulator 23 is out now on Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile devices (iOS and Android). The localised physical versions (subtitles in English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese) of Farming Simulator 23 on Nintendo Switch are published by Soft Source Publishing in South East Asia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea.