Fishing: Barents Sea Line and Net Ships DLC introduces 5 new ships to the game

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Fishing: Barents Sea Line and Net Ships DLC introduces 5 new ships to the game

Postby ccgr » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:37 pm

Fishing: Barents Sea Line and Net Ships DLC introduces 5 new ships to the game
Moenchengladbach/Germany, August 10, 2018 – Since the beginning of the year,
fearless sea dogs have been able to go on lucrative fishing expeditions off the
rough North Norwegian coast with astragon’s new fishing and ship simulation game
Fishing: Barents Sea for PC. Today, virtual fishermen can be looking forward to
even more, exciting content: With the release of the new Fishing: Barents Sea –
Line and Net Ships DLC, the Norwegian developer team of Misc Games is happy to
launch five brand new ships which will bring even more variety to line and net
fishing.

Each of the five new fishing boats comes with its own individual and authentic
attributes, as well as individual fishing quotas.

The smallest boat among the new fishing vessels is the Tobie. With just 7 meters
(23 feet) in length, it is a very compact vessel, which moves swiftly but
steadily across the wild waves of the Barents Sea. With a length of little more
than 10 meters (35 feet) another small but very modern fishing ship named Sharky
will be ready to cast off from the harbor of Hammerfest to go on exciting
fishing adventures. The Snarset is the third new ship of the DLC and boasts some
top modern equipment inside a light aluminum hull. With a length of 14 meters
(49 feet), the Snarset is one of the largest new fishing boats – only to be
surpassed by the aptly named Moby D. The Moby D. is 20 meters (66 feet) long and
inspired by a traditional, very popular Norwegian boat design from the 1970s.
Its hull of wood and steel offers strength and durability against the rough
elements of the sea.

Last but not least, Fishing: Barents Sea welcomes a special highlight of the
Norwegian fishing industry in form of the Fix: The 10 meters (33 feet) long
vessel has its origin in the 1920s and is today the oldest, still active fishing
boat in Norway.

All five new ships will delight players with realistic designs and detailed
interiors. The additional boats will allow ambitious fishermen to catch even
more maritime prey and increase the yield of their fishing business.

The Fishing: Barents Sea – Line and Net Ships DLC is available now on Steam™ for
5.99 Euro/6.99 USD/5.49 GBP. The main game Fishing: Barents Sea for PC is
required to make use of the additional content. It is available in retail or as
a digital download for 19.99 Euro/19.99 USD/16.99 GBP (RRP).



More information on Fishing: Barents Sea:

www.fbsgame.net

www.facebook.com/FishingBarents

http://store.steampowered.com/app/50108 ... rents_Sea/

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