The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring more on F1 2021, eFootball, and more!
SGO Weekly: F1 2021, eFootball & more!
All-In-One Sports offers an amazing collection of games
APPNORI proudly announced the worldwide release of All-In-One Sports VR. This comprehensive collection of VR sports games covers nearly all popular activities. APPNORI specializes in developing realistic and dynamic sports content and previously received investment from HTC Vive & Gameevil Inc. All-In-One Sports VR is available this week as an Early Access collection of games via Steam & Oculus.
All-In-One Sports VR features Archery, Billiard, Baseball, Basketball, Badminton, Bowling, Boxing, Dart, Golf and Ping Pong. Players can customize and tailor avatars, choose their game of choice and start a single-player game or compete in a multi-play session against families and friends.
Go skiing in VR!
DGMA (Digital Game Makers Association) announced October 2021 as the official release date for Skiing VR. Furthermore, Skiing VR launches exclusively for the Steam VR and Oculus VR gaming platforms. Players compete against friends or players across the world and take on challenges to drive up the hill and hit the slopes for the win.
F1 2021 Accolades Trailer
Codemasters and Electronic Arts released the Accolades trailer for F1 2021. F1 2021 boasts several new features, including the thrilling new story mode, ‘Braking Point’, an expanded Career mode enabling two players to come together and race, and Real-Season Start with the option to jump into the championship at any point, adopting the real-time driver and constructor standings. In addition, F1 2021 digital Deluxe Edition includes seven iconic F1 drivers for use in My Team, complete with exclusive customization content, 18,000 PitCoins and the Braking Point Content Pack.
Konami eFootball Gamescon details!
As part of Gamescom 2021, Konami detailed numerous on-the-pitch gameplay features for eFootball. In addition to the details below, be sure to check out the eFootball official trailer.
This year, players will be able to control the strength of kicking the ball as well as determining dribbling speed. In addition, on PlayStation 5, eFootball will make use of the controller’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers to feel the difference of player movements. Players also have greater freedom to control how the player will trap the ball making each play a mind game. That said, players can block their opponent’s shot by throwing their body or by reading the kick and cutting the pass. Naturally, stealing the ball close to the opponent’s goal creates an excellent scoring opportunity. The new Motion Matching animation system creates much more natural and fluid player movements. In addition, ball movement has seen further enhancements due to a partnership with a research institute. Finally, the action never stops during a match, due to the Seamless Restart system.
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