Game Expansions for Farming Simulator 17
Farming Simulator 17: ROPA
Simulation 13 March 2018
Farming Simulator 17: ROPA is a DLC to the popular farming simulator. The expansion pack introduces six new machines to the game, related to harvesting potatoes and beet. The add-on requires the basic version of the game to work. It was developed by GIANTS Software and Focus Home Interactive.
Farming Simulator 17: Big Bud DLC
Simulation 09 May 2017
Farming Simulator 17: Big Bud DLC is an expansion to Farming Simulator 17, developed by the creators of the original game, GIANTS Software. Big Bud DLC requires the base game to be playable. This add-on introduces new agricultural machines like the two enormous tractors: Big Bud 450 and even bigger Big Bud 747. The latter one, designed in 1977, is over eight meters long, six meters wide, weights more than fifty tons, and has over 900 horsepower. Unlike Big Bud 450, the 747 is no longer used and the only 747 tractor ever built is currently displayed at the Heartland museum. Due to their size and weight, both machines have a very different 'driving feel' than the ones from the base game. In addition to these two colossal machines, Big Bud DLC introduces a couple of other tractors, spreaders, and ploughs that we can use to make our job on the farm easier.
Farming Simulator 17: Kuhn
Simulation 14 February 2017
Farming Simulator 17: Kuhn is another expansion for Farming Simulator 17. It was developed by GIANTS Software and requires the base game to be playable. The expansion only introduces eighteen machines made by the Khun company. We get: DC 401, HR 4004, PERFORMER 4000, DISCOLANDER XM 52 cultivators; ESPRO 3000, TF 1500, BTF 4000, PLANTER 3 R 12 planters; PF 1500, DELTIS 1302 MEA3, METRIS 4102 sprayers; AXIS 40.2 M-EMC-W fertilizer spreader, GMD 4411 mower, GF 8702 tedder, MERGE MAXX 902 hay rake, and bale wrappers, such as SW 4014, LSB 1290 D, and FBP 3135. After downloading the DLC, its contents are available in the in-game store and have to be purchased for the in-game currency. Farming Simulator 17: Kuhn uses the same game engine as the series’ previous installments, but was tweaked here and there to make the new machines look better.