Lawn Mowing Simulator, in case you like cutting the grass, this is a simulation about mowing lawns. And not just any old side yard, no: it is about lush green grass of the Great British countryside, trimmed and tamed by “an authentic and expansive roster of real-world licensed lawnmowers from famous manufacturers,” which includes Scag Power Equipment, STIGA, and Toro.
The new Ancient Britain DLC that went live recently on Steam allows you to up your lawn care game even further, by giving access to four new locations drawn from deep British history: The Royal Stones, Druid’s Tor, the Ancient Aurochs, and Aurochs Hill.
Each region in the DLC is charming and tranquil, but not without challenge: Mowers can quickly roll on steep slopes, and if you cause any harm by running over plants or bonking into a rock or a tree, you have to pay for it.
The Ancient Britain DLC for Lawn Mowing Simulator goes for $9/£7/€9 and comes beside a possibly even more interesting game update, free for all players, that adds line trimmers to the game. These basic tools allow you to get off your mower and cut grass more easily in tight spaces, “ensuring you stay away from damage fines and produce the best work yet.”