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European Ship Simulator Next Month

Excalibur Publishing announces European Ship Simulator will set sail on February 20th, saying this is the official release date for the retail and digital editions of the transportation game for both Windows and OS X. This page is where the game can be preordered, and it offers relevant system specifications, which are pretty modest, but do adhere to what seems to be the new standard of requiring a 64-bit OS and 4GB of RAM. This trailer shows off around eight minutes of gameplay, cranking along at 60 frames-per-second, and for those who can't wait a month for the full release, the game is available via Steam early access. Here's more:

This brand new ship simming must-have brings six of Europeís busiest ports together as you captain a wide variety of vessels between Calais, Dover, Rostock, Rotterdam, Hamburg and Gibraltar. Sail a passenger ferry, tugboat, bulk carrier, fishing boat, large ocean cruiser, LNG tanker, cargo container or speed boat on a multitude of varying missions.

With a realistic ocean and highly detailed ports, itís difficult to tell where reality ends and European Ship Simulator begins.

European Ship Simulator breathes new life into the ship sailing genre with its exciting plans for expansions and downloadable content such as new ports, ships and missions

Features:

  • Mission Editor Create missions triggering changes in wind speed, weather effects and objectives
  • Mission Mode Play through individual challenges and improve your time and score to earn rewards
  • Ships Includes a fishing boat, container ship, tanker and ocean cruiser
  • Ports Calais, Dover, Rostock, Rotterdam, Hamburg and Gibraltar
  • Weather A variety of ever-changing weather conditions from bright, sunny days to dark, stormy nights with lightning and sound effects
  • Physics Ė fight against realistic water physics to maintain control of the vessel

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