Dovetail Games has revealed its ambitious Season Pass for Euro Fishing, which will take angling fans on a tour of fishing venues in Europe.
Following on from the cool counter-culture urban fishing of Euro Fishing’s Foundry Dock DLC, Dovetail Games will kick off it season pass with Manor Farm Lake. As the most famous day-ticket complex in the country, it’s a venue that every angling enthusiast knows well, and this officially licensed DLC release captures every last detail of the enormous 14-acre lake.
Manor Farm Lake will be the first of four fishing venues released for Euro Fishing’s Season Pass.
“Foundry Dock was just the start of our Euro Fishing plans,” said Mark Greenway, Fishing Business Director at Dovetail Games, “Our Season Pass means there’s lots more fishing to look forward to and what better way to start than with Manor Farm Lake, one of the most iconic and loved fishing venues around? We’re not sure what the record is for the amount of fish in a videogame is but our Season Pass shows that we’re serious about breaking it!”
Known for its big fish, Manor Farm Lake is home to over 700 carp, but that’s not all skilled anglers can catch. Manor Farm Lake also has roach, bream, tench, and catfish lurking beneath its surface, while there are 23 new boss fish to catch as well. The DLC also offers 10 new achievements for those who want to prove their angling skills to the world.
The Euro Fishing Season Pass, which includes Manor Farm Lake and three further DLC releases between now and early 2018, launches today on PC and Xbox One. The PS4 release will follow on Thursday 7th September.
Manor Farm Lake is also available for purchase separately for £8.99.
Dovetail Games has also released two bundle options alongside its Season Pass. You can buy Foundry Dock and the Season Pass for £36.99 while Euro Fishing newcomers can buy Urban Edition, which contains the core game and Foundry Dock, along with the Season Pass for £44.99.
Manor Farm Lake DLC is available now for PC and Xbox One for £8.99, with the PS4 release following on Thursday 5th September.