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Dovetail Euro Fishing Console Price details & Target Release Date Confirmed


Had my eye on this for a few weeks, as consoles have been screaming out for a decent fishing game since SEGA Bass Fishing. Euro Fishing has been out on Steam now since late last year, and now has a target release scheduled for the Xbox One on May 26th. If you also fancy a bit of settee fishing you can expect to pay £14.99, $18.49, €18.49 when picking it up if all goes well for the release next week.

No gameplay or anything like that just yet, but look out sometime next week when hopefully review code is made available and I will be sure to take a good look at it. For now though here are some bullet points from the Xbox One store page for the game as well as the original treailer for the Steam release.

Basic Cast Control: An entry level (power bar style) casting system for new users to experience the game before trying to master "Total Cast Control"

Total Cast Control: A full physics based casting system. For the first time in a fishing game, experience the feeling of casting with real fishing rods.

Intelligent Fish AI: The battle of wits between fish and angler come to life with intelligent AI

Competition and Tournaments Challenge your friends in a multiplayer tournament and compare catches in real time, or compete against AI in our hosted tournaments

Stunning Locations: Five unique European venues await every fisherman, including real venues such as Digger Lakes and the famous St John’s Lake at Linear Fisheries, all recreated in magnificent detail

Dynamic Weather and Time of Day: Set weather conditions to reflect real world settings or create your own preferences to affect how fish behave

Tackle Box: Select the right angling equipment for the best chance of landing the big catch; choose from a wide range of rods, reels, rigs and bait in thousands of possible combinations

Watercraft: Read the water and its features, predict what the fish are going to be doing and cast from the bank or a peg for the best chance of a catch

Cutting Edge Technology: Using the latest Unreal Engine 4 graphics technology, Euro Fishing looks and feels as close to the real thing

Created by Experts: Working with carp angling experts, including Korda and Simon Scott, Euro Fishing replicates the experience of real fishing

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