by Matthew Wrightson
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 Get ready to join angling champions Scott Martin and Ali Hamidi on the Pro Tour this summer with a feature-packed major update for Dovetail Games’ authentic fishing simulator Fishing Sim World.

Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour will bring over 100 professional anglers from real-world bass, carp and predator fishing into the game as part of a huge Career Mode release – and with the endorsement of world class professional anglers Scott Martin and Ali Hamidi, there’ll never be a better time to match your angling skills against the professionals.

Other brand new features include additional fish to catch, with Barbel, Channel Catfish, Brown and Rainbow Trout entering the lakes for the first time, new official licensed equipment and sponsor brands; including Evinrude, Korda, 13 Fishing, Booyah and RidgeMonkey, 3 brand new lake venues to fish on, a new custom multiplayer mode and much more.

Scott Martin represents the best of bass angling, as the most successful FLW Tour bass angler of all time, he is also the host of the Scott Martin Challenge TV show on Discovery Channel and joins Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour this July:

I’m honoured to be part of Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour. This is such a passionate project, with an incredible level of detail. It’s a great way to introduce more people to the world of bass fishing.

In the world of Carp Fishing, no one knows more than leading UK Korda angler, Ali Hamidi, who also is executive producer and presenter of ITV’s Monster Carp and The Big Fish Off shows:
As a massive gamer it’s super cool to be involved with Dovetail Games and Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour. The game is so authentic – I take my role as an angling ambassador very seriously and I love that kids and adults playing this sim will learn skills that will really help when out fishing for real.

Rob O’Farrell, SVP of Development at Dovetail Games agrees:
Every angler knows that lucks got nothing to do to do with it – and with the incredible professional talents of Scott and Ali alongside all our new features, official partners and their equipment, it’s time to break your personal bests and win the pro tour!

Fishing Sim World is available to buy now on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at £14.99.

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Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour will be a FREE update for all owners of Fishing Sim World, launching on 18th July.  

Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour – New Features

Career Mode – Start your very own angling career and work your way up to an elite angler by mastering new skills and rising through the rankings. Gain a social media following, negotiate sponsorships deals from over 50 licensed partners and fish against over 100 pro anglers including Scott Martin, Ali Hamidi, John Crews, Bryan Thrift, Dave Levy, Ian Russell and many more. Choose whether you want to fish for Bass, Carp, Predator or all three at professional level. Your angling path is in your hands with the ability to change your discipline at any given time.

Custom Multiplayer – Take to the waters and fish against your friends online. Choose your own multiplayer options such as number of rounds, length of match, catch species, weather conditions, time of date etc.

Community and Mastery Challenge System – Complete community, weekly and in-game mastery challenges to unlock exclusive items

Online Tournaments – Participate in the Dovetail Fishing League to try and earn the coveted title of “Angler of the Month” for great rewards.

New Fish Equipment and Venues – 29 species of fish are available to target, including varieties of Bass, Carp, European Catfish and Muskie. Barbel, Channel Catfish, Brown and Rainbow Trout will make their debut at launch. Fully licensed equipment will be available from over 50 licensed partners to choose from including Korda, RidgeMonkey, 13 Fishing, Booyah and many more. 10 venues will be available at launch, including three new US lakes, Lake Guntersville, Lake Travis and Lake Miller.  

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