It’s the start of a new week and the big news continues to roll in. If you think of yourself as a bit of a dab hand down on the farm, then you should be hugely interested in the upcoming DLC pack for Farming Simulator 17…there isn’t anything bigger!

Giants Software have today announced that the “World’s Largest Farm Tractor” will be added to Farming Simulator 17 in the Big Bud Pack. Arriving on Xbox One, PS4 and PC/MAC come 9th May 2017, this DLC will give you access to no less than two Big Bud tractors plus a ton of extra equipment. This larger-than-life DLC, giving players access to two Big Bud tractors and 12 pieces of equipment, comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC/MAC on 9th May 2017.

For the first time in a Farming Simulator game, you will get the chance to drive the monstrous Big Bud 747 tractor – the World’s Largest. Joining it will be its smaller brother, the Big Bud 450, and 12 dedicated pieces of equipment from the likes of Bednar, Great Plains, Grégoire-Besson, Seed Hawk and more. If you need a hand in order to work your fields with speed and efficiency, then you’ll find nothing better than these beasts.

If you have interest, and by all accounts if you are liking Farming Simulator 17 then you should have interest, then the Big Bud Pack DLC will be available from the 9th May 2017 as a digital download or as part of the Season Pass. Those messing around on the PC version will be glad to know you’ll be able to get your hands dirty with a physical version in the form of the Official Expansion Big Bud too.

You’ll obviously need the base game in order to make the most of Big Bud and we’ll make sure we remind you when the time comes. For now, hit up our Farming Simulator 17 review on Xbox One to find out what you’re missing.

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stylon (Steve)
stylon (Steve)
5 years ago

I just had to google ‘Big Bud 747’ as I thought you were pulling our leg but there is indeed a beast of a vehicle called just that! Who’d have thunk it?!comment image

Neil Watton
Reply to  stylon (Steve)
5 years ago

The question is… Have there been 746 previous Big Buds?