Get ready to don your overalls and fuel up your tractors because Farming Simulator 25 is coming to Xbox Series X|S later this year! Yep, we're getting another entry in the long-running farming franchise this November, with Giants Software promising to bring "new gameplay features, visual upgrades, maps, machines" and more to the new entry.

Farming Sim 25 marks the first console version since 2021's Farming Simulator 22, with the team ditching an Xbox One version this time around. That means true next-gen farming, folks - here's what's coming to the new title:

"Extending Gameplay, Crops, Animals & More

Virtual farmers manage their agricultural empires in a new, lush East Asian landscape filled with rice paddies, a North American environment with plenty of open space, or a Central European location with green fields between ponds and rivers.

Building their legacy single-handedly or cooperatively in multiplayer, they can now grow two types of rice, spinach, and other new crops – choosing from well over 20 overall. Buffalos and other animals join the livestock pens, while new production chains and constructions extend business opportunities. More features and details will be revealed soon."

"Tech-Upgrade for Machines, Fields & Visuals

Machine enthusiasts enjoy an ensemble of over 400 authentic vehicles, tools, and items from more than 150 international top brands. Among them are Case IH, CLAAS, Fendt, John Deere, Kubota, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Valtra, and many others. With Asian farming, new types of specialized machines are introduced.

All farmers feel a deeper connection to fields and nature thanks to a general tech upgrade with improved graphics and physics based on the latest and modding-friendly GIANTS Engine 10: Distance fog, enhanced shadows, dynamic weather effects, ground deformation and more boost the immersion of a romantic farming life."

The release date for this one has been accurately sewn by Giants Software - Farming Simulator 25 will be ready to harvest on November 12 for Xbox Series X and S. In the meantime, here are some debut screenshots from the team:

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