The news we missed: Doom Eternal Update, The Smurfs, Capcom Pro Tour 2020

Doom Eternal

Let’s face it. There’s more news each week than we can possibly keep tabs on. Sometimes stories slip through the cracks. Here are some of the stories that we missed this week!

Game Announcements

The Smurfs

French publisher Microids announced that it is publishing a new 3D action-adventure game based on The Smurfs comics. There is no word yet on the platforms or a release date.

Harvest Moon: One World

Natsume announced their latest farming sim this past week. Harvest Moon: One World is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year. The new game is being developed with an all-new graphics engine.

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New Releases

Wild Frontier

Wild Frontier is a wild western-themed real-time strategy game. It is now available worldwide both on Google Play and App Store.

Release Dates

PGA Tour 2K1

2K Games has announced an August 21, 2020 release date for PGA Tour 2K21. The game is coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. They also released an announcement trailer.

Justin Thomas is the cover athlete alongside a roster of 11 additional PGA Tour pros. The game will also have 15 licensed PGA Tour courses, as well as equipment and apparel from licensed brands.

A Fold Apart

Lightning Rod Games is bringing their heartfelt paper folding puzzle game to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 19.

Other News

Doom Eternal Update 1 Released

Bethesda has released the first update for Doom Eternal since the game launched. The new update includes empowered demons, a new Precious Metals event, and improvements to the single-player. For a full list of updates, click here.

Capcom Pro Tour Online 2020

Due to travel restrictions and social distancing guidelines, Capcom has decided to cancel all remaining live esports events for the 2020 season. In their place will be 18 separate online regional tournaments, which kick off with the NA East region on June 6.

“We recognize this may cause difficulties for our tournament operators and production partners, but we strongly believe that this is the best way to protect the community,” Capcom says.

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