Banbury, UK 17th October 2011
Excalibur Publishing & First Class Simulations have brought together their collective skills in PC simulation gaming to present a new magazine for the PC market.
The vast wealth of experience from these noted publishers shines through the pages in the inaugural issue of this new magazine World of Simulations.
World of Simulations will launch in early November. Excalibur Publishing & First Class Simulations have taken the unprecedented step of giving away the first issue absolutely free of charge; 50 pages of articles, reviews and editorial coverage of new and upcoming simulation titles. Looking in depth at studio developers
responsible for key titles is also another great feature that readers will be able to enjoy. Farming Simulator 2011 goes Platinum and the new Train Simulator 2012 are main feature titles, together with exclusive preview bulletins about Euro Truck Simulator 2, which is set to steer into stores early next year.
Robert Stallibrass, Managing Director of Contact Sales had this to say: “I have long held the wish to produce our own magazine. We are at the forefront of simulation development and I am personally very excited about bringing the consumer information about their favourite gaming titles, all covered in one publication.”
The first issue of World of Simulations will be available nationwide in either retail outlets, directly from Excalibur Publishing or to view on-line.
Trade enquiries should register their interest in obtaining the first issue by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Excalibur Publishing Limited
Excalibur Publishing and its sister label First Class Simulations form the publishing arm of Contact Sales Ltd. Contact Sales are proud to be the only independent UK owned publisher with a high street presence both at home and overseas. Excalibur Publishing offers a mix of engaging stand alone PC games and PC simulations such as UK Truck Simulator, Farming Simulator 2011, the Fritz Chess series, Theatre of War and is no stranger to the UK sales charts. A range of titles can be found at retail stores throughout Europe and all of the major UK retail outlets including; PC World/Dixons, Game, GameStation, independent stores and online at Amazon and Play.com.