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Monthly Wrap-Up: November

Written by Mary Joaquin


Welcome to the Monthly Wrap-Up!

Every month, we recap the news covered in our Weekly Round-Up. Here’s what you might have missed this November:

November 1 - Modder Jannis Brinkmann released a gameplay trailer for Portal Reloaded, a mod for Valve’s Portal 2.

November 2 - London indie studio Nerial confirmed the Dec 10 release of their game, Orwell’s Animal Farm.

November 3 - Gun Media announced Friday the 13th: The Game will be decommissioning its dedicated servers this month.

November 4 - Steam presented Steam Playtest, which simplifies playtesting for both developers and players.

November 5 - Demon’s Souls revealed details of its character creation and Photo Mode.

November 6 - Bloober Team’s upcoming dual-reality horror The Medium got delayed to Jan 28 2021.


November 7 - BioWare announced the remaster of the Mass Effect trilogy on N7 Day 2020.

November 8 - Ubisoft revealed details on Operation Neon Dawn, Rainbow Six Siege’s Year 5 fourth season.

November 9 - Prodeus released on Steam Early Access.

November 10 - Yakuza: Like a Dragon released worldwide on additional platforms.

November 11 - Hitman celebrated its 20th anniversary.

November 12 - Deathloop confirmed its May 21 2021 release date.

November 13 - ConcernedApe announced that Stardew Valley’s 1.5 update is in its “home stretch”.


November 14 - Run the Jewel’s “No Save Point” confirmed Keanu Reeves the actor to be canon in the Cyberpunk 2077 universe.

November 15 - Moving Out announced new content information will be coming early 2021.

November 16 - A TimeSplitters 2 Remake Easter egg in SpellForce 3: Fallen God got debunked as a joke, not an actual project in development.

November 17 - Madrid-based studio Out of the Blue announced the Dec 8 2020 release of Call of the Sea.

November 18 - Among Us teased a new map for future in-game content.

November 19 - Nepos Games revealed the Feb 17 2021 release date for its city builder game Nebuchadnezzar.

November 20 - GTA Online announced details about its Cayo Perico Heist, including Dec 15 release date and option to solo the heist.


November 21 - Twitter account Gaming Leaks & Rumors posted a “leaked” Red Dead Redemption The Outlaws Collection from Amazon.

November 22 - Bugsnax released an update that patches its progression problems.

November 23 - Games industry veterans Mike Laidlaw, Thomas Giroux, Jeff Skalski, and Frédéric St-Laurent B, formed Yellow Brick Games.

November 24 - Crusader Kings 3 brought back CK2’s Ruler Designer for player customization of their monarch character.

November 25 - 4A Games announced plans for next-gen Metro Exodus and a new Metro game that would feature multiplayer.

November 26 - 3D Realms announced that Kingpin: Reloaded will be delayed to a 2021 release.

November 27 - Final Fantasy VIV updated its Futures Rewritten patch 5.4 site, detailing the new quests, dungeons, and trials coming Dec 8.


November 28 - Square Enix announced the remaster of SaGa Frontier, slated for a summer 2021 release.

November 29 - PT hacker Lance McDonald’s newest discovery found the attention to detail in Demon's Souls' body restoration.

November 30 - Nintendo released a trailer for DOOM Eternal on Switch, revealing its Dec 8 release.




Confirmed release dates:

  • Orwell’s Animal Farm - Dec 10 2020,

  • The Medium - Jan 28 2021,

  • Deathloop - May 21 2021,

  • Call of the Sea - Dec 8 2020,

  • Nebuchadnezzar - Feb 17 2021,

  • GTA Online: Cayo Perico Heist - Dec 15 2020,

  • Final Fantasy XIV Futures Rewritten - Dec 8 2020,

  • DOOM Eternal - Dec 8 2020


  • Friday the 13th: The Game decommissioning its dedicated servers,

  • Mass Effect trilogy remaster on Spring 2021,

  • Metro Exodus on next-gen and multiplayer in next title,

  • Kingpin: Reloaded delayed to 2021,

  • SaGa Frontier Remastered on Summer 2021

Launches: Steam Playtest, Prodeus on Steam Early Access, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Bugsnax update, Yellow Brick Games.

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