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What is the Release Date for Farming Simulator 22?

The video game industry is filled with interesting stories about titles that didn’t have any kind of expectations but have managed to reach exceptional heights of popularity. One of these stories revolves around a franchise called “Farming Simulator”. The first game was developed back in 2009 and it was a project of two independent developers, Stefan Geiger and Christian Ammann.

These two developers have done all the aspects of the game like scenario, graphics, engine, and sound. According to these two, fine gentlemen, this was an enthusiastic project because they were unemployed at the time and they didn’t have a publisher behind them. The story gets even more interesting if you know that these two are coming from Switzerland. In this country, there are no developing or publishing companies that operate in the video game industry.

The development team is relatively small, which is a surprise since FS sells millions of copies every year. However, we don’t perceive the size of the team as a setback. The team cohesion is obviously at a high level. As we’ve said, this journey has started back in 2009 and is still ongoing in 2021. The next installment in the franchise will be called “Farming Simulator 22”. In case you are interested in taking a look at what is known about this title, be sure to take a look at farmingsimulator2022.com.

Now, let’s take a look at the history of this franchise and what we can expect in the future.

What Makes This Game So Popular?

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We all know that there are all sorts of titles that come out every year. Sure, you are aware of the fact that the video game industry is one of the most innovative in the world. We can see that some of the trends we are using in our everyday lives have started in this industry. The same is predicted about artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Since there are so many titles to choose from, it can be quite overwhelming sometimes.

That’s why many people have found an interest in returning to basics, agriculture, and these titles have proven themselves as the most prominent ones with this subject. While it may look that this topic doesn’t have a popular spot within the industry, “Farming Simulator” has proved all of these opinions wrong. If you take at official statistics, you will see that “Farming Simulator 19” has been sold in more than two million copies all over the world. At the same time, this is the best-selling title in the franchise.

FS games have all this kind of game needs to have. We are talking about a wide array of different elements present in them. The best of all things is that all of these aspects are realistic, meaning, you can find all of them in real-life farming. From buying equipment, managing your finances, looking out for the weather, etc. It truly represents quite an experience anyone interested in this topic shouldn’t avoid. The options are practically endless, and you will be entertained as long as you want.

All the Platforms

As is the case with pretty much all the most popular titles out there, “Farming Simulator” has made versions for pretty much all the most popular platforms. You can enjoy these titles on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. Since it has been released for all of these platforms, it’s no wonder that the complete series sold slightly above 25 million copies over in the last decade.

That alone should say how popular it is. Geography and demography are saying that there is no particular sort of gamers interested in it. Pretty much everyone loves this game. At some point in time, the developers saw the potential in making a mobile version of “Farming Simulator”. Over the years, the mobile device version was downloaded more than 90 million times.

The League

Since the franchise has become so popular, it is not a surprise to see why the publisher is interested in expanding it to reach a much wider audience. One of the first steps towards achieving that goal is the formation of the FSL, or “Farming Simulator League” a couple of years ago. The prize pool was exceptionally high and somewhat unexpected for the first season. It amounted to more than $200,000.

The idea behind the tournament was to invite teams from all over the globe who would face other teams in head-to-head multiplayer mode. Once again, we would like to say that this topic maybe doesn’t look like the material for creating a tournament out of it. However, we can see that the idea was a success and that the plans for a new tournament were postponed because of the global pandemic of COVID-19 that struck the world in 2020.

When We Can Expect a New Installment?

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Since 2009, we have a new installment in the franchise practically every year. The next one people are expecting “Farming Simulator 2022”. According to what we can hear from the development team and some other sources, this will be the best title yet. Many different features will be included in a game. From what we’ve been able to gather online, the game is set to be released in November 2021.

As you can see, the pattern was used from sports games like NBA, FIFA, and Pro Evolution Soccer. The installments are released every year. Sure, this pattern has proved itself as a successful one more than once. Therefore, it’s no surprise that developers and publishers of this franchise have opted for it. Without any doubt, players from all over the world are ecstatic because of the appearance of a new installment. We will just have to wait and see how good it will turn out to be.

The Conclusion

As we’ve said “Farming Simulator 22” is about to be released in November 2021. Here, you can take a look at all the most significant information on what you can expect from the next game and the background of the franchise. We are sure you will find it interesting.

Can the Sia Egg Energy Program Save the World?

An interesting fact is that a year ago there was a very topical article “Alerting World Scientists to the Climate Situation” published by BIOSCIENCE magazine that attracted much attention from world known scientists and famous Nobel Prize participants who even signed it. In total, more than eleven thousand signatures of scientists from 135 countries were collected. They confirmed that the climate crisis is developing much faster and stronger than expected, and that mankind will soon not avoid global disasters.  It may sound unbelievable but for those people who say that nobody believe in global warming and other rubbish like that, it must be pointed out that 40 years ago there was the First World Climate Conference (in Geneva 1979) where scientists from 50 nations agreed that the high alarming time for climate change had already come. Indeed, today many people do not take this problem seriously and think that this problem will not affect them. And now the situation is getting even worse.

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As sea levels rise, regional fluctuations and rainfall are evident, unpredictable heat is felt well enough and flooding is seen not only on TV. A rapid rate of ice melting leads to the disappearance of Antarctic ice that is coming soon to people as a real problem. A striking example is Italy: because of heavy rains it has become a country of floods and is forced to take action. Destroyed bridges, houses washed away by the water stream, demolished roads – in early October, 600 liters of rainfall per square kilometer per day fell in Piedmont in western Italy. In 2009, the country recorded 300 cases of extreme weather conditions, in 2019, according to European weather statistics, there were more than 1600. This means that over 10 years, their number has increased five times. Have you ever wondered what consequences melting ice can have? For example, the melting of frozen rocks in some conditions leads to the emission of carbon compounds into the atmosphere, which only increases the greenhouse effect and contributes to even greater heating of the atmosphere. In addition, the melting of ancient ice awakens the organisms stored in the permafrost, which can be dangerous for the modern plant world and for humanity. No wonder, because the temperature in the southwest of Antarctica have increased by 2.5 degrees Celsius over the last 50 years.  Greenland, Alaska and Siberia are being under constant control and the research proves that the temperature is really growing up.

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Who is to blame for all these inevitable future changes? Industrial manufacturing, innovations, agriculture, farming and, surely, population growth. Such an idea as birth control is becoming of current interest, though still being unaccepted by many countries.

There is such a super way as the Kyoto method that was suggested by super-technologists of the 21st century. Its main task to reduce greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere by using latest high-tech devices.

People oriented environment protection will surely  remember 2015, when two successful names in business – Ovik Mkrtchyan and Mkhitar Mkhitaryan  – created SIA EGG ENERGY, a large utilizer of Balticovo chicken manure

See: https://goodmenproject.com/environment-2/lets-stop-the -global-warming -together

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Balticovo, being a commercial enterprise in Northern Europe, produces 800 million eggs per year, 70% of which are exported to many other countries. Disposal of waste – chicken droppings – is processed into biogas with the help of new technological equipment and delivered to consumers. Chicken droppings are considered to be a really effective selection of organic fertilizers, both for nutrients and for plants.  A great part of the nutrients in poultry manure is in a water-soluble form. In terms of dry matter, poultry manure contains up to 5.5% nitrogen, up to 4.5% phosphorus and 2.5% potassium, and also contains magnesium and many other trace elements. It happens that the production of highly efficient fertilizers used in organic agriculture is in high demand for waste from biogas production. Environmentally hazardous waste is converted into heat, electricity and fertilizers that are used almost all over the world. The activities of the European enterprise are of global importance, as the production of biogas is an efficient way to release methane and nitrous oxide into the atmosphere.

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It is true that greenhouse gas emissions, which are composed of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxide and water vapor, is closely associated with global warming these days. If water vapor is entirely natural, then three other common atmospheric GHGs, such as CO2, methane and nitrous oxide, are constantly increasing. According to the results of the study of air bubbles in ancient glaciers, scientists came to some disappointing conclusions: there is 20 times more methane, and nitrous oxide is 300 times more greenhouse activity than carbon dioxide! British climatologists from the University of Bristol have calculated that the ice of Antarctica, for example, can store billions of tons of methane. Scientists have suggested that 35 million years ago, before the start of glaciation, Antarctica was covered with forests and then was cut off from the rest of the world by an ice shell. Most likely, in a few million years after the icing, the bacteria could decompose the Antarctic organism under oxygen-free conditions, resulting in the accumulation of so much methane under the ice.  Scientists have calculated that a total of about 20 trillion tons of organic compounds could have accumulated under the ice of the Antarctic, and the amount of methane that should have been released during their decomposition, comparable to the amount of methane deposits on the bottom of the world ocean. The methane itself under conditions of low temperatures and high pressure could accumulate not only in the form of gas bubbles, but also in the form of crystals. This situation is greatly deteriorated by the fact that greenhouse gas emissions are mainly caused by agriculture, which is expanding every day.

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So one must exclaim “Bravo” to SIA EGG ENERGY enterprise as one of the most efficient places on Earth that does a tremendously great job in saving the world a little bit at least. We hope we shall see more companies soon applying the same practices.