FS22 recently got steam workshop integration, and with it came an influx of mods that do everything from making the game easier to adding new content. However, some mods are so well done they have a massive impact on how we play FS22, but don’t require much time or skill to implement into your game. Here are my 5 favorite small mods that have made a massive impact on the way I play FS22!
The 3rd Person Mod makes it possible to use the mouse to look around in the game, which is really useful when you're driving a tractor or trying to fill a field with fertilizer. It also has a feature that allows you to change your field of view depending on how close you are to the ground, so if you're plowing up close to the ground, you can use this mod as an alternative to being stuck in first person. It's easy to install and has no downsides that I could find - highly recommended!
The multiple mission Mod is a great mod to use if you want to do a few missions in a row and don't want to have to change the settings every time. It allows you to quickly jump from one save point (mission) to another without having to set up your game again. With this mod, you can also activate multiple missions at the same time. For example, if you've just finished Mission 1, then Mission 2 will automatically be activated and Mission 3 will start loading. If there are no more missions left in the sequence then Mission 4 will start loading when it's done loading.
One of the most useful small mods in FS22 is the Manual Attach mod. This mod allows you to attach and detach implements without having to go into the menu. This can save a lot of time when you're in the middle of a job and need to quickly switch out an implement.
The inside camera Zoom Mod is a great mod to have if you want to be able to see what's going on in your house while away. You can get an idea of the condition of your home or find out if anything happened while you were gone, like someone breaking in. You'll also be able to see how much food is left in your fridge before you go grocery shopping and what's going on outside at night.
Trees are a big part of the Farming Simulator experience, and the TreeMeter mod helps you keep track of them. It's a small but useful mod that can help you keep your farm looking its best. This Mod allows you to see how many trees you have on each field at any given time, which is great if you want to know how many more trees need to be cut down before they start popping up on their own again. It also shows how much wood is available in each tree, which is handy if you're using logs as an energy source.
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