Farming Simulator 22 Introduces New Competitive Multiplayer Modes: Arena & Bale Stacking
Get ready to plow the competition as Farming Simulator 22 ventures into competitive gaming with its all-new Arena and Bale Stacking modes, currently in open beta for PC players.
The popular agriculture simulation game now features two exciting multiplayer modes, providing a unique platform for players to prove their farming finesse. Whether settling a friendly dispute or seeking a new challenge, these new modes will surely deliver a fresh and thrilling experience.
The new modes, Arena Mode and Bale Stacking Mode, are available as part of the open beta for everyone on PC. In the Arena Mode, teams of three compete against each other in a test of strategic farming, with tasks including harvesting wheat, pressing bales, and delivering them to the team’s barn. On the other hand, Bale Stacking Mode challenges players to stack bales as carefully and efficiently as possible, competing for a high score.
To access these new competitive modes, players need to opt into the esports branch of Farming Simulator 22. PC players can use the Steam version by opening the game’s settings via the Steam library, selecting the “esports” beta branch, and confirming. The game will then update, and the “esports” entry will appear in the main menu of Farming Simulator 22.
The developers invite beta testers to submit their feedback and report any bugs via a public bug tracker, contributing to improving and refining these exciting new features.