Mods with realism

Realismus Modding was formed in 2016 with a vision for increased realism in Farming Simulator.

We are just as passionate about virtual farming as we are about real farming, so we create mods which focus on making gameplay more realistic.

Our team is always hard at work improving our mods and creating new ones, so follow us to hear about our latest projects. You can also join our Slack to talk with us directly.

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Seasons 19: Update v1.0.1 and GEO mods

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We have just released the first update for Seasons 19: version 1.0.1. This update contains a lot of bug fixes, including fixes for all the biggest issues we have seen and have had reported. Some changes have changed the gameplay to make it work better or solve issues that we have seen.

Today we also released our first three GEO mods: Wales, U.S. Midwest and Snowy Lands.

Read the release notes to read all the changes made.

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Seasons 19: Release

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When you read this Seasons for Farming Simulator 19 has been released on ModHub for PC and Mac. You can find the mod in the game under the ‘Gameplay’ category. It is also available on the ModHub website.

Read the manual to learn all about the mod. If you missed out on what’s new, read our blog post.

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Seasons 19: Growth

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One of the major design goals for Seasons was to remove the feeling that you were stuck in ground hog day – every day was exactly the same perfect summer’s day. In the morning you could plant crops and you would be harvesting them that same afternoon. Seasons 17 took steps to remove that feeling and gave the player the opportunity to follow a typical farming year with penalties for planting crops at the wrong time. This was better than a ground hog day, but playing through multiple years could also become monotonous and the feeling of ground hog year could creep in. Once a player understood the growth calendar and planted at the right time they were always guaranteed a 100% success rate.

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