Excalibur Announces European Ship Simulator
UK publisher set to release its first seafaring simulation product offering scope for indefinite expansion via publisher and user generated content.
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom – May 8 th, 2014 - Leading simulations publisher Excalibur ( http://www.excalibur-publishing.com) is pleased to announce European Ship Simulator, a core nautical simulation product arriving in October 2014. An internally developed IP, Excalibur intends to promote this core product with regular updates and expansion packs to extend the maritime world and content indefinitely. Developed in line with modern demands for both developer and user generated DLC, players will be able to create their own ships and missions.
European Ship Simulator sees you as the captain of a collection of boats and ships accessible in the initial stages of the game. You’ll then progress through
the Career mode and various missions in the Mission mode to earn money and rewards enabling you to add to your fleet of boats.
Commenting on the product, Excalibur’s managing director, Robert Stallibrass commented: “European Ship Simulator represents a new direction for Excalibur; an internally developed IP which we can develop as a franchise over time, constantly growing the product’s content and direction with the addition of user feedback and generated DLC.”
Title: European Ship Simulator
Genre: Shipping Simulation
Street Date: 3 rd October 2014
Format: PC / Mac / Linux
UK PC Barcode: 5060020477782
UK Mac Barcode: 5060020477799
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The consumer site is available at: www.excalibur-publishing.com
Excalibur and Extra Play form the publishing arm of parent company Contact Sales Ltd. Founded in 2004, Excalibur is proud to be the only independent UK owned publisher with a strong presence both at home and overseas. Ten years later, 2014 sees the company venturing into new territory by developing its own IP such as Zoo Park, Post Master and Farming World. The second half of 2014 will see the release of additional new properties including European Ship Simulator, Taxi!, The Battles of King Arthur and Construction Simulator 2015 across the PC and Mac platforms and for the first time, titles on Android and iOS. This year’s release schedule will also be further strengthened by the arrival of American Truck Simulator for PC.