Call of the Wild: The Angler South Africa Reserve DLC
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South African DLC Headed to Call of The Wild: The Angler

Those of you who enjoy fishing and want to explore various South African locations while doing so can look forward to the upcoming Call of The Wild: The Angler DLC. The new DLC called South Africa Reserve takes players across our lovely country in search of various fish found in the region.

The DLC includes 16 new fish species to catch. 13 of these are all-new discoveries including the African Sharptooth Catfish, African Mottled Eel and the Spotted Bass. Of course, South Africans know the African Sharptooth Catfish as the “Barbel”. I don’t know if the new species also includes the Vundu which is the largest freshwater fish in South Africa (I grew up doing a little fishing here and there).

The Call of The Wild: The Angler South Africa Reserve DLC will also let players explore some iconic locations while on the hunt for the country’s biggest fish. The game is adding its own interpretation of the Sudwala Dinosaur Park into the game simply called the “Dino Park”. There are also various fishing spots across the savannahs, lakes and rivers we have throughout the country.

Fishing Hubs are also being added to the game for the first time. These hubs offer unique missions for players to complete which earn them exclusive rewards. In this DLC, you’ll visit truly African areas while completing these.

The DLC is expected to launch on 26 March for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. I have never played Call of The Wild: The Angler before but I might actually pick it up just for this DLC, to be honest. Check out the trailer down below. You can also wishlist the DLC on Xbox, the Epic Games Store and Steam in the meantime.

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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