Lawn Mowing Simulator’s Ancient Britain DLC adds four new locations

Skyhook Games has released the Ancient Britain DLC for Lawn Mowing Simulator on PC, with an Xbox Series X/S release set for December 2nd.

This new content drop is available for $8.99 and introduces four new locations for players to take their lawn mower to that each has its own set of challenges and heavy fines for any damage done. Get a brief rundown of each new location, courtesy of the developer, below:

  • The Royal Stones – Here you will find quite a whimsical place, with two stone circles – their historical significance continues to be debated but one thing is for certain, they could use a tidy up! Using the tools at your disposal and the new string trimmers, it is your task to go around these ancient ruins and carefully tidy it up.
  • Druid’s Tor – Hidden in a quiet valley lie these ancient megaliths, forgotten by the modern world. Do your bit in bringing this site back to life!
  • The Ancient Aurochs – One of Britain’s oldest inns, this charming setting seems to be the perfect place to spend the day mowing.
  • Aurochs Hill – A fascinating site that is home to a Bronze-Age field painting. Set on a steep slope with an intricate cut pattern around the painting, this may be your toughest task yet. Be sure to go slow as any damage caused to this historic site will come with a heavy fine. 

Also available today on PC, and coming next week to Xbox, is a free update that introduces the player-requested strimming feature. Grab one of three new String Trimmers and tidy up those edges.

Lawn Mowing Simulator is available now on Xbox Series X/S and PC. The game will be joining Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC on December 2nd.

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