Farming Simulator 19
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FS19: Somewhere In Europe 4X Map Beta
Become a modern farmer! Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm. Install this Somewhere In Europe 4X Map Beta Mod for FS 19 and make your farm more successfull then ever.

Farming Simulator 19



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Make your Farming Smulator gameplay more intresting and diversed with this Somewhere In Europe 4X Map Beta. Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm.

Moin people, let the games begin With the new Somewhere_in_Europe 4x Map Multifruit you have the perfect map for exciting LS19 days.
Multifruit: In addition to the normal fruit types, there are onions, carrots, rye, spelled, mixed cereals, millet, poppy, alfalfa, sorghum, strawberry, clover and hops.
These mods are strongly recommended: FS19_MoreTrees FS19_AnimalPenExtension
Currently there are no usable productions the buildings are already on the map are secured only with Absperr tapes. There are also some places where there is something missing
For those who want to play in multiplayer there are three building sites on the map there are also some forest areas on the map
There are three outlets on the map at the time the BGA can be bought and get as well a small Lucerne field.
It is not allowed to re-upload or rebuild the map !!! If you want to link the map,
Please use exclusively the ORIGINAL Downloadlink!
If you have a question, look over at Discort.

How to install this mod: download and transfer the archive with Somewhere In Europe 4X Map Beta mod to the folder MyDocuments/MyGames/FarmingSimulator2019/mods

It is important to remember that mods work only in ZIP archives. If the downloaded archive is in a different format (for example, RAR) – then inside it is likely one or more ZIP-archives that need to be extracted (as a rule, this applies to map mods and mod packs).

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