Fishing Planet Heading to the PS4

Fishing Planet Heading to the PS4

Prefer fishing virtually? I don't blame you.

JesseCecchetto by JesseCecchetto on Aug 09, 2017 @ 09:46 PM (Staff Bios)
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Fishing has a specific role in almost every human's life on this planet. For some people, it's something that is necessary for survival, for others it's something that they do occasionally with their father or grandfather, and for some, it can even be done professionally. Then, of course, there are those who prefer to fish in the virtual world, where they don't have to cut their own bait and put their fingers in the fish's mouth to get the hook. 



If you're part of that last group, then you'll probably be glad to hear that the online multiplayer fishing game, Fishing Planet, is headed to PS4. There's definitely a lot of fishing games out there, but Fishing Simulator claims to be the ultimate fishing simulator. No specific release date has been confirmed yet, but we do know that it's "coming soon".

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