author: Radek Wacha
Farming Simulator 19 Best Mods - New Maps, Tractors and Money Cheats
A good farmer is not afraid of work. The community around Farming Simulator 2019 isn't either, and thanks to this, new mods are constantly being created to enrich the fun even today. Here is our review of the best of them.
Seasons - the four seasons
The Seasons modification takes gameplay in Farming Simulator 19 to the next level. The introduction of seasons and an extensive weather system adds tremendous variety to the game. First of all, seasons determine the type of field work planned. Spring is the time for sowing, cultivating and fertilizing. During the summer, remember to spray weeds and cut grass. Going forward, in the fall we should expect to harvest crops previously sown and planted. Winter, on the other hand, is not conducive to working in the fields, but that doesn't mean it's a time of rest. It's the opposite of that. Low temperatures adversely affect vehicles, so it is worth taking proper care of maintenance. It's also a good time to focus more attention on animal husbandry.
The authors of the mod for FS19 did not forget about the susceptibility of plants to weather changes. Most flora is not frost-resistant, so if you don't harvest everything from the field in time, the crop will be lost. It's also important to pay attention to the irrigation status of your fields – a drought can destroy all your work. Changes are also apparent in the game economy. The time of year affects prices – some crops are worth selling right away, while others are better off waiting. Besides, the Seasons mod opens up new avenues for animal lovers. Now you need to pay attention to weight and age – both of these parameters increase the cost. Each type of animal gains several breeds, allowing you to develop your own strategy.
- Download Seasons modification.
- Move the downloaded archive to the "mods" folder in the documents directory on your C drive. Default path: C:/Users/"username"/Documents/my games/FarmingSimulator2019/mods.
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