Ultimate Fishing Simulator Heading For PS4 , Xbox, Switch And VR Systems One This Summer
Ultimate Fishing Simulator

Fishing fans rejoice, Ultimate Fishing Simulator is coming out for PS4, Xbox One, and VR Systems very soon. Ultimate Fishing Simulator is already available on Steam and Good Old Games, releasing August of last year. Hopefully this extra time between PC and console releases will tighten up the gameplay and squash all the bugs.The publisher, Ultimate Games S.A., made a press release hyping the console debut of Ultimate Fishing Simulator.

The press release states…”Ultimate Fishing Simulator, meaning the best-assessed fishing game on the Steam platform, in the second half of 2019 will also appear on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch – confirmed the Polish company Ultimate Games S.A. This summer will be released Ultimate Fishing Simulator VR, which will be compatible with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift goggles. There are also still new add-ons offering, among other things, brand new fisheries…”

The console and VR prices are unknown but the PC version cost $19.99. For a game featuring such a large and diverse group of fish to catch, this is a rather good price. There is also a startling amount of locations for a game of this type. It wasn’t that long ago that fishing games featuring a single kind of fish to catch. Even worse, you usually caught those fish in a single bland location. Ultimate Fishing Simulator has fantastic graphics. It really looks like you are fishing a real life fishing spot.

Additionally, there are three pieces of DLC for this game. However, there is no word if they will be bundled with the console and VR releases. Although, they should all be available for purchase on day one if you do have to buy them. Each piece of DLC adds a new fishing location and some new fish to catch. Two pieces of DLC even feature new boat types. At $4.99 each, the DLC are well worth the price if you already enjoy Ultimate Fishing Simulator.


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