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Lawn Mowing Simulator Ancient Britain DLC Out Now

Curve Games and developer Skyhook Games released on PC the Ancient Britain DLC for Lawn Mowing Simulator. The new DLC takes lawn mowing enthusiasts on a grass cutting trek through the quintessentially historic British countryside. Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Series X|S players will have to wait until December 2, 2021, for the Ancient Britain DLC pack.

In the new Ancient Britain DLC pack players will gain access to four additional locations: The Royal Stones, Druid’s Tor, The Ancient Aurochs, and Aurochs Hill. From stone circles and ancient megaliths to one of Britain’s oldest inns these locales offer amazing views of historic locations while players provide for the necessary lawn care. One will also want to be careful as with historic locations any damage will result in heft fines.

With the launch of the new DLC comes a new update that adds string trimmers for all current game owners. This highly request community feature allows players to add another layer to their lawn care experience as they perfect their lawn care skills.

For those unfamiliar with Lawn Mowing Simulator, the single player lawn mowing sim and business management 3D game takes players on a grass cutting adventure in the British countryside. Players get to experience an authentic grass cutting experience as they use, manage, and maintain their lawn maintenance tools all the while growing their lawn care business.

Lawn Mowing Simulator is available through Humble Bundle and Steam on Windows PC and at the Microsoft Store for Xbox Series X|S consoles for $29.99 USD. The Lawn Mowing Simulator Ancient Britain DLC is available for $8.99 USD on PC and requires the base game. More information about Lawn Mowing Simulator can be found by visiting the developer’s game page here.

Lawn Mowing Simulator – Ancient Britain DLC | Curve Games

Curve Games (@curvegames Twitter) is a leading publisher of games on PC and consoles. Founded in 2005 by Jason Perkins, the company is a British video game publisher based in London, England. Since 2013 the company has been working with game developers to bring their games to the global market with hits such as Dear Esther and Human: Fall Flat. The publisher has also won awards such as the Indie Games Publisher of the Year at the 2018 and 2019 MCV Awards.

Skyhook Games (@SkyhookGames Twitter) is a creative production house based in Liverpool, United Kingdom. They aid and help studios with outsourced art projects from the creation of realistic environments to props and vehicles. Games they have worked on include Lawn Mowing Simulator and the Cane Creek: Thompson – Potash DLC for Train Sim World 2.

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