Fishing Planet Update 3.50 Patch Notes (PS4 and Xbox One)

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A new Fishing Planet update 3.50 is now available for download on PS4 and Xbox One. According to Fishing Planet 3.50 patch notes, the latest update added tweaks, fixes and more. Apart from this, Fishing Planet patch 3.50 also includes performance improvements.

Previously, a big update added Independence Treasure Hunt 2020 and various other bug fixes. Unfortunately, players are still experiencing several issues when trying to play the game.

Today’s Fishing Planet patch 3.50 will fix a few of these issues. Read more details below.

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Fishing Planet 3.50 Patch Notes

Welcome to Brazil!

You are in for an unforgettable tropical adventure in the maze of islands and canals of Amazonia!

New maximum level — 70

9 different locations, each with distinct atmosphere:

Stone Flower

If you travel further to the center of the maze of waterways and canals, you will find a rocky plateau. For thousands of years the river has been smoothing and polishing the stones, transforming the shore into a flat platform, ideal for swimming and fishing. Huge boulders protect the plateau from the wind and add to the pleasant atmosphere of seclusion. By the way, the water is deep, so enter with caution!

Rio Grande Hotel

It seems that this picturesque backwater area was specifically designed for watching beautiful sunrises and sunsets! The primordial beauty of this deep-water bay has certainly been instrumental in establishing a popular floating lux hotel. Take a look at the floating deck, where you can take pleasant walks, and the convenient landing pier.

Orchid Shore

If you’re looking for a perfect place for some solitude and contemplation, head straight to the wild orchid garden in the northern part of the river maze. The air here is heavy with the unique fragrance of tropical flowers. The orchids bloom right on the submerged trees peeking out of the water. This shallow bay is home to many fish species that prefer still waters.

Abandoned Temple

Ruins of a small catholic temple are visible on the edge of the island in the eastern part of the Rio Negro maze. In the olden days churches were built to last forever, and this one is no exception – decades of desolation later, its walls still hold against the encroaching jungle. Even the locals can’t remember why the church was abandoned, but one has to agree that the ruins look very atmospheric.

St. Sebastian Church

An example of modern-day Catholic architecture, St. Sebastian Church can be found in the very middle of the river maze. Most times it’s incredibly quiet and calm here. The church only becomes busy on Sundays, when boats bring local Catholic believers from all over the area for the mass. You can just about see a convenient landing pier nearby.

Mboya Village

This settlement is located on the long strip of land that very much resembles a snake tail. This might be why it is called “Snake Village” in the local language. Or maybe it’s because of the abundance of reptiles around? In addition to several fishing huts with thatched roofs, the village also has a church with a tall wooden cross in front of it to mark the gathering place for local celebrations and Catholic masses. The river is rather deep here, with tall palm trees growing along the banks.

Acanga

In the eastern part of the tributary, there is a remote islet with a wooden carved statue in the middle, that locals refer to as “Acanga”. Most Brazilians are Catholics, but some people still practice shamanic cults in the midst of the rainforest. Peculiar carved stones, shrines, statuettes of gods and skulls of sacrificial animals clearly signify a place of religious worship. Entering such a place, try to be respectful and not disturb the local shamans and spirits!

Stilt Hut

This lonely wooden dwelling looks long abandoned. Alternatively, its owners really don’t have time for refurbishing it. Given the stilts it might be a fishing hut: the locals probably keep their tackle here, or even use it as a fishing spot, to hunt for species who inhabit shallow waters overgrown with reed.

Giant Palm Tree Beach

After exploring infinite jungles or rocky banks, how refreshing to see a beach with beautiful white sand! One can notice giant palm trees on the other side of the beach, which gave this place its name. Cozy summerhouses with palm leaf roofing are visible not far away from the shore. If you look at the water long enough, you might see a river dolphin or a small river cruiser. Local anglers say deep waters and peculiar riverbed have made this part of the river a favourite spot for large catfish.

6 new unique Amazonian fish species

Take in a lungful of the thick humid air of the jungle and be ready for a fast-paced fishing adventure, because the fish is phenomenally feisty and large:

  • the hefty Orinoco Bass,

Orinoco Peacock Bass (Cichla Orinocensis) is a large species of Peacock Bass native to the Rio Negro and Orinoco River basins in South America that usually prefers to inhabit slow-moving blackwater rivers.

These fish are easily distinguished by their tropical coloration: golden shimmering bodies with large dark spots on the sides and a blueish dorsal fin. Orinoco Peacock Bass can reach up to about 2 ft. in length with a maximum recorded weight of around 11 lb.

  • the aggressive Bicuda,

Bicuda (Boulengerella Cuvieri) is a South-American freshwater fish native to the Amazon region, inhabiting its many tributaries as well as other rivers throughout the countries of the continent. These fish tend to stay close to the surface in areas with rapids and strong currents, hiding behind debris, logs, and rocks.

Bicudas have long, gray pike-like bodies with elongated reddish tails and sharp, comb-like teeth. Fully grown specimen usually reach a maximum weight of 13 lb, and up to about 2.9 ft. in length.

  • the massive Piraiba catfish weighing up to 330lb,

Piraiba (Brachyplatystoma Filamentosum) is the largest Catfish species found in South America. It inhabits the Amazon and Orinoco basins, where it thrives in both freshwater and brackish habitats.

Piraiba have elongated bulky silvery gray bodies with white bellies, which makes them look a little bit like sharks. They are easily distinguished by long barbels and red markings on the lips. But Piraiba’s key trait is their truly enormous size, with a maximum recorded length of 11.8 ft and a record weight of over 441 lb.

  • the incredible Electric Eel,

As you can figure from its name, this eel can generate a strong electrical charge. This helps it to not only attack its future prey but also successfully navigate its way in muddy waters. Thanks to an organ called the Weberian apparatus electric eels also have excellent hearing: you will have to try hard if you want to sneak up to this fish.

  • Banded Aracu

is a fish species most often found in South American waters (the Amazon and Orinoco basins). These small and swift schooling fish prefer to inhabit fast-flowing rivers. During the wet season they also thrive in flooded forest areas.

  • the Bull Shark, which adapted to the freshwater environment and whose weight can reach up to 440lb!

These sharks prefer to hunt in muddy waters on their own, sneaking up to the prey and dashing suddenly before the attack. There have been attacks on humans, so be extremely cautious around its habitat!

Try thousand-year-old life hacks from local anglers: lures and baits like Blue-Winged Grasshopper or Giant Silk Moth Larva. Check out the varied coastline, the difference in depth and the unparalleled Amazonian nature.

Unique form of the 6-feet-long of Arapaima added

Arapaima are air-breathing fish that depend on access to surface air.

These fish have long, torpedo-shaped bodies covered in black-green scales with red markings. It’s dorsal and anal fins are situated closer to the tail. Arapaima are usually about 6.5 ft. in length, with some specimens growing up to 10 ft. in length and weighing as much as 440 lb!

The diet of the Arapaima mostly consists of fish and crustaceans, but these enormous creatures can sometimes devour land animals that happen to be near the shore.

New Tackles

Rodster rod cases set

This Rodster rod case set is a capacious and reliable novelty from the creators of the best fishing gear at MagFin. With this rod case you’ll be sure that the tackle is safe and sound: sturdy nylon and a durable zip fastener guarantee safety while fishing and when transporting your gear. The cases come in several sizes, and what’s more important, they sport special pockets for your extra reels and lines!

Whoa tackle box set

Anyone seeing this tackle box set is bound to go “Whoa”. And when you open it, you’ll definitely be surprised, because its capacity allows you to keep all the necessary fishing necessities in one place. The numerous sections and slots for your tackles, lines, reels and groundbaits are arranged in such a way as to help you quickly and easily find whatever you need this exact second. The experts at UL-CHUBER made this wonderful box capacious, sturdy and available in several sizes!

 Pocket Boss

This Pocket Boss Vest by MagFin will keep you safe from the wind, and your tackle from any excess humidity! Thanks to its multiple pockets you will always have up to 50 pieces of tackle and 7 lines at the ready. And what’s more — with this vest you’ll be able to bring up to 3 groundbait components with you! This exclusive item is made of innovative nylon AquaStop® and comes in all sizes, XS to XXL.

 Vestern Pro

This amazing waistcoat by MagFin is truly a great find for real pros. Rain or shine, this amazing garment will be of tremendous help to you, since it can comfortably hold 55 pieces of tackle, 5 lines and even 5 groundbait components! The material allows it to achieve optimal thermal control, keeping the warmth in when it’s cold and out when it’s hot. This is exactly what you need to have an enjoyable and fruitful fishing experience!

We also added new large keepnets and stringers that you have been waiting for.

New Baits

Blue-Winged Grasshopper

The Blue-Winged Grasshopper is so huge that many mistake it for a locust. Its bright wings are great at attracting surface-dwelling fish, such as Apapa. At the same time it’s weighty enough to be used for distance casts.

 Giant Silk Moth Larva

This is a larva of a giant silk moth. It’s large, fleshy and bright, which makes it a delicacy of choice for the catfish and other omnivorous fish.

 Banded Aracu Minnow

The Banded Aracu is a small fish inhabiting Amazonian waterways. It’s the favorite delicacy of large predators like the huge Peacock Bass.

 Amazonian Sardine

If you want to attract small Amazonian predators like Jacunda or Biara, the Amazonian Sardine is your best choice! This tiny elongated fish makes its carnivorous siblings bite as never before.

With the best tackle for this part of the jungle for catching REALLY BIG fish: a powerful rod, a reel, lures, gear and a swift twin-engined Bass Boat Sagitta and 30-day Pond Pass to the Amazonian Maze!

Bobber bites improvements

New bobber bites are now more realistic and diversified.

Miscellaneous:

  • The float shaking under the wind.
  • More realistic leader behavior added.
  • Waistcoat purchased in local shop appearance fixed.
  • The rented boat does not appear on avatar fixed.
  • The rod stands angle from the 3rd person view fixed.
  • Double menu tab selection on GamePad version fixed.
  • Fixed possibility to falling under water on Mississippi.
  • Minor Issue with tutorial slides  fixed.
  • Various issues in character animation fixed.
  • Disconnect during interaction with rod stand fixed.
  • Improvement of the autoban algorithm (some casual words are not forbidden anymore).
  • Big fish fight behavior issue fixed.
  • Added AI improvements.
  • Added general stability fixes.
  • Fixed stuttering and lag issues.
  • Added gameplay optimizations.
  • Other minor fixes.

Download free Fishing Planet update 3.50 on PlayStation 4.

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