astragon Entertainment and developer Misc Games have postponed the release of the King Crab DLC for their immersive fishing and ship simulator Fishing: Barents Sea. The new release date has been set to November 13.
The King Crab DLC brings an entirely new form of commercial fishing to the game; crab fishing. King crabs, an exceptionally valuable seafood around the world, can be caught in the Barents Sea by setting traps called crab pots and hauling them to the surface when they become full. In addition to the new mechanics for this style of fishing, the DLC adds two new boats to the game’s roster.
Misc Games apologizes for the delay, but insists that this extra time is necessary for meeting their own expectations as a studio and also for the the fans of their simulation games. Both Misc Games and astragon Entertainment assure that they are working on the finishing touches to promise a DLC that is worth waiting for.
When available, the King Crab DLC for Fishing: Barents Sea will be purchasable on Steam for 9.99 Euro/11.99 USD/8.99 Euro GBP (RRP). The main game Fishing: Barents Sea for PC is already available in retail or as a digital download for 19.99 Euro/19.99 USD/16.99 GBP (RRP).