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8 Awesome Script Mods for Farming Simulator 22

Consider yourself lucky if you play Farming Simulator 22 (FS22) on a PC or a Mac. The fact is that you’re able to add script mods to the game.

A lot of these mods change the gameplay. That’s why they also are called gameplay mods. Below, I share my favorites.

1. Government Subsidy

In-game screenshot of the two signs included in the Government Subsidy mod
You get either $350 or $350,000 per hour.

Government Subsidy for FS22 may be considered a money cheat. Well, although it has the potential to add unlimited money to the game, it isn’t cheating.

You see, many real-life farmers receive some financial support from their governments. This is what the mod simulates.

It has to be said that one of the free money options with this mod is a bit inflated. I mean, a subsidy of 100 million dollars per year? I don’t think any farmer receives amounts like that. The other option of 100,000 per year, on the other hand, is more in line with reality.

I’ve taken a closer look at the Government Subsidy mod on this page. Here are some of the key facts.

  • Mod function: Gives you free money.
  • Category: Generators.
  • Modder: Realismus Modding.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

2. PlaceableExtended

An in-game screenshot from FS22 of a shed placed with the PlaceableExtended mod.
Thanks to this mod, placing stuff is much easier in the FS22 build mode.

Do you have problems placing objects exactly where you want on your map in FS22? Then the PlaceableExtended mod will help you a lot.

The mod eases the strict rules for placing various objects on your farmlands. It does so without altering the game’s physics; it won’t cause errors or performance issues.

It’s a straightforward mod to use. All you have to do is download and activate it. Afterward, you’ll be able to place objects much closer to others in the build mode. You can even put one object inside another.

The mod is available in the in-game modhub. I’ve written a short guide on how to use it.

  • Mod function: Easier objects placements.
  • Category: Gameplay.
  • Modder: KR-Softwares.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

3. Place Anywhere

An in-game screenshot from FS22 of a shed being placed with the Place Anywhere mod.
Another mod that eases the rules for placing objects in FS22.

The Place Anywhere mod is the second option for more accessible placements of objects and buildings in the FS22 build mode. It works the same way as the PlaceableExtended mod.

I’ve used and written about both mods; here’s my guide for the Place Anywhere mod. I’ve not managed to find any differences between the two mods. They do the same thing, and they do it remarkably well.

Similar mods for FS19 were limited to only placing stuff directly on the ground. In FS22, the Place Anywhere mod makes it possible to place objects inside buildings with floors. Yes, the PlaceableExtended mod does this too.

The only difference between the two similar mods is that PlaceableExtended is available in the in-game modhub, while Place Anywhere is not.

  • Mod function: Easier objects placements.
  • Category: Gameplay.
  • Modder: Ifko[nator].
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

4. Vehicle Control Addon

An in-game screenshot from FS22 of a Massey Ferguson tractor guided by the Vehicle Control Addon mod GPS.
Yes, the mod has working GPS steering.

The Vehicle Control Addon mod for FS22 is fantastic for many reasons. It adds more features to all the vehicles in the game, like inching and multiple cruise control speeds that are selectable. The mod also mimics the throttle-by-joystick option that you’ll find in many modern tractors.

If you install this mod, you also have more options for the player camera and your vehicle’s steering.

More important for many players: Vehicle Control Addon adds GPS functionality to FS22. It has an automated steering option resembling GPS-controlled steering used by farmers worldwide.

The mod is quite extensive. It might take some time to get used to it. That’s why I’ve written a guide on installing and using it.

  • Mod function: GPS, realistic vehicle controls.
  • Category: Gameplay.
  • Modder: Mogli12.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

5. Guidance Steering

An illustration for the Guidance Steering mod. The mod's logo is placed on a blurred artwork for FS22.
Thanks to this mod, driving straight has become delightfully easy.

Wopster’s Guidance Steering mod has made a comeback in FS22. It brings realistic GPS-based guidance steering to the game. It makes fieldwork less stressful as it makes driving in straight lines as easy as ABC.

The FS22 version of the mod is the closest you’ll get to a real-life automated steering system for farming vehicles. You need to buy the GPS module in the shop, and it works by creating AB points, much like real counterparts do.

For now, it won’t do automatic turns, though. Neither will it let you record headland routes. Such features will hopefully be added in future updates.

Don’t know how to use the mod? No worries, friend. Here’s my Guidance Steering guide.

  • Mod function: Automated steering.
  • Category: Gameplay.
  • Modder: Wopster.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

6. Manual Attach

An in-game screenshot from FS22 of a Massey Ferguson and connected seeder.
The Manual Attach mod makes FS22 more realistic.

Do you want FS22 to be more realistic? Then you need the Manual Attach mod. You see, connecting real-world vehicles and equipment is rarely done with a click of a button.

Hooking a trailer to a tractor, for instance, requires a hands-on approach. This is what the Manual Attach mod simulates. And it does it magnificently.

Instead of just backing your tractor up to the tool and pressing a button, you have to get out of your vehicle and attach the tool, the Power Take-off (PTO), and the hoses manually.

The mod is easy and fun to use. Still, I’ve written a short guide on using it for anyone new to manual handling of implements in the game.

  • Mod function: Realistic equipment handling.
  • Category: Gameplay.
  • Modder: Wopster.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

7. Power Tools

An in-game screenshot from FS22 where the player's character is flying high above the ground.
Flying players are just one of several features.

No list of recommended FS22 script mods is complete without a cheat mod. The Power Tools mod for FS22 adds some powerful cheats to the game. It does it without altering the game code.

Instead, it uses functions that Giants Software has programmed into the game.

The mod is based on the FS22 developer mode. By enabling the developer console, you can use commands to cheat your way to more money, for example.

The Power Tools mod lets you use some of the essential commands without writing them yourself. Here’s what you can do with it:

  • Remove the HUD and have your character fly.
  • Add money and fill trailers, tanks, and tools.
  • Make your character super strong.

Yes, the mod can be used for cheating, but it can also be valuable for other modders and content creators. If you want to know more, I’ve written a guide for it.

  • Mod function: Easy cheats.
  • Category: Miscellaneous.
  • Modder: w33zl.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

8. Mobile Workshop

An in-game screenshot from FS22 of the Mobile Workshop menu.
The mod lets you take the workshop with you.

Are you tired of driving your vehicles to the workshop every time they need repairs or when you want to customize them?

With the Mobile Workshop mod for FS22, you can take your workshop with you wherever you go.

Using the mod is as easy as can be. When you’re inside the vehicle, jump out of it and press N on your keyboard. This opens the workshop menu:

  • You can sell your vehicle (note that you’ll get a higher price at the store, though.)
  • Does your vehicle need repairs or a new coat of paint? No problems.
  • You can also customize the vehicle; for example, add new tires to it.

Yes, you can use the Mobile Workshop for your equipment too.

  • Mod function: Easy Repairs, Customization.
  • Category: Rockstar.
  • Modder: w33zl.
  • Platforms: PC and Mac.

More Mods

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