Fishing Master allows you to catch prize-winning fish under the Golden Gate bridge, without leaving the comfort of your living room and the game is going to hit PlayStation VR on this October 24.
So the next time when you crave for going for fishing but do not want to avoid waking up early, cold weather, sitting around doing nothing for long stretches of time and third-degree sunburn and just focus on the best part of fishing that is the battle of man versus fish then you must switch on Fishing Master game.
Game developer company Snowball Games in a blog said, “The PlayStation Move Motion Controller feels just like a fishing rod in your hand while you play, but after you’ve hooked a fish, it also then jerks and shakes with the fish’s attempts to get free. You’ll feel the fight from head to toe as you wear your foe down, so you can bring it into the boat (before snapping the line or breaking your fishing rod). You might think the game is simple, but it’ll require intense concentration, fast reflexes and your utmost patience to net these elusive swimmers.”
Once you get your catch in the boat, you’ll be able to transport it to your personal aquarium. There’s no better display of your fishing skills than a tank filled with your many conquests.
So once you are able enough to play the game, you need to take part in one of the multiplayer tournaments to test your skills. Are you up to beat out the world to catch the biggest fish?
“The PSVR headset immerses you in your locale. Not only will you feel like you’re in a boat on the water, but you’ll also be able to take in the incredible scenery of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Bay. (The full game offers 12 different sites, including such classic locations as the chilly waterways of the Arctic and the pristine waters of Lake Geneva in the Alps.) Fishing Master offers incredible photorealism and draw distance — you’ll see for yards in every direction around you with everything looking like it does in Northern California,” says the blog.
PS VR has launched free demo of an hour that would be enough to actuate hunger for Fishing Master in you. So, jump into a boat and take to the waves in search of large prizes. There’s no doubt after playing the Fishing Master demo, you’ll be hooked.
Watch the full gameplay trailer for Fishing Master here.