The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. This includes reveals, trailers, and announcements in addition to other news. Check out today’s weekly breakdown featuring news on the Handball 21 launch, eFootball PES 2021 Mobile milestones, and more!

SGO Weekly: Handball 21 & More!

eFootball PES 2021 Mobile and eFootball.League announcements

This week, Konami announced eFootball PES 2021 Mobile reached 350 million plus downloads. In celebration of the milestone and the franchise’s 25th anniversary, Konami will be running three in-game campaigns.

In addition, Konami also announced the return and first details of the eFootball.League for the 2020/21 season. The league kicks off December 7th. The eFootball.League is an esports tournament that welcomes competitors of all skill levels. Like the previous season, the series is divided into two divisions: eFootball.Pro (the elite competition exclusively for professional football clubs) and eFootball.Open, the amateur tournament open to all players.

In addition to FC Barcelona, Juventus, Arsenal FC, Celtic FC, FC Schalke 04 and AS Monaco, clubs, AS Roma will participate in the 2020/21 season.

Liftoff Drone Racing Simulation launches for Xbox and Playstation

Liftoff: Drone Racing is an authentic simulation with realistic physics and controls. The game includes a tutorial to teach players the basics of the controls. Additionally, it also features an Assisted Flight mode to help stabilize the flight path of the drones, guaranteeing an easy entry for newcomers.

Pick up Liftoff: Drone Racing now digitally on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Handball 21 launch trailer

This week also saw the launch of Handball 21. Be sure to check out the launch trailer below. Stay tuned for later today as we cover the game in our Handball 21 Review.

More Blood Bowl 3 details

Following Games Made in France, studio Cyanide revealed more information on Blood Bowl 3. Project lead, Gautier Brésard, and game designer, Basile Bastian, detailed 12 teams available at launch. The indispensable Human, Orc, Dark Elf, Elven Union, Skaven, Dwarf, Nurgle and Chaos Chosen teams will, of course, be available. Four new teams will be added, including two from the new edition of the board game: the Black Orcs and the Imperial Nobility.

Blood Bowl 3 runs on the Unreal Engine. Cyanide aims to produce the most complete and faithful adaptation of the board game to date. For example, it introduces Special Play Cards, which can be used to add temporary skills to units or to assassinate a member of the opposing team before the match begins. Cyanide also has its own spin on the spoof world of Blood Bowl 3 with a campaign mode and the inclusion of different characters, such as sponsors and charismatic Star Players, who will challenge players of the game.

Lastly, there will be more customization options than previous editions. This includes colors, patterns, logos, pieces of armor, stadiums and many other elements. After launch, Blood Bowl 3 will also be getting more content, competitions, tweaks and community support.


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