Publisher InselGames announced today that its free-to-play big game fishing MMO World of Fishing has been made available on Steam. To celebrate, InselGames also announced a variety of updates to the game — including a level cap increase to 80 and three new maps. The new maps being introduced are Bali, Cape Town, and a PvP map simply named Fish Farm.

In addition to this, players can also look forward to new items such as baits, rods, and boats.

Existing players of the website version do not have to make the switch to Steam in order to take advantage of the new improvements — which is good news as browser based accounts cannot be used to log in on Steam. That said, players of both types of accounts will be able to interact with each other on the same server.

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      • Even I agree the current standard of VR is trash. The technology would have to evolve even further. I don’t expect it to be good enough till I’m an middle aged adult or an old man which is sad for me.

      • I mean I have full support for VR more then console gaming since consoles just offer sub to play online. I offer support for PC gaming and VR platforms.


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