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The Smurfs: Mission Vileaf Headed to Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC in Late 2021

The Smurfs: Mission Vileaf Headed to Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC in Late 2021 - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 08 April 2021 / 1,066 Views

Publisher Microids and developer OSome Studio announced The Smurfs game announced last year is a 3D adventure platformer and is titled The Smurfs: Mission Vileaf. The game will launch in late 2021 for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. 

"We’re thrilled over this ambitious deal with IMPS, as it extends even more our lasting and very promising partnership,” said Microids CEO Stephane Longeard.

"Working on such a rich franchise that speaks to all generations allows us to create a wide variety of different games: there will be something to suit all tastes! Besides, thanks to this partnership and The Smufs‘ incredible international notoriety, Microids continues to significantly reinforce and diversify its catalog of renowned IPs."

IMPS founding president Veronique Culliford added, "It’s a great pleasure to collaborate with Microids, we fully trust them in coming up with iconic, creative, gorgeous games with our little Smurfs. I’m sure both kids and adults alike will be delighted.

"Additionally, with the new Smurfs TV series that will be broadcast worldwide in 2021, the notoriety of the Smurfs will grow even more! I am really proud to consolidate our bond with another company from the Media Participations group."

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Rafie (on 08 April 2021)

I'm getting just because I've been a fan for well over 30 plus years.

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Hynad (on 09 April 2021)

Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle is the first platformer I ever played when I was 3 or 4 years old. We had the game at home on the Colecovision and it was pretty good by pre-NES standards. I haven’t played a Smurfs game ever since, because to me, The Smurfs is a part of my early childhood, and I view the franchise as exclusively for young kids, even though I can recognize its charm and character.

That being said, my older sister is a very, very, VERY nostalgic person who’s seemingly living in the past, and The Smurfs is one of her favourite cartoons ever along with The Mysterious Cities of Gold (from the later, her first son was named after the protagonist of the series: Esteban!). She barely follows the development of the entertainment industry, doesn’t follow any of the tech news, let alone the gaming industry news, so she doesn’t get informed about this kind of things unless it is shown on the most mainstream of mainstream media and TV channels. So whenever I see anything related to something I know she adores, like The Smurfs game here, I look up the info and text her the links.

Haven’t got a reply from her yet, but I know she’ll be ecstatic when she learns about this game and the new animated series that will start airing later this year.

Personally, I hope the game is decent for fans like her, and hopefully it even ends up being on the good side of the spectrum, rather than a sub-par product that’s only bait for the fans craving for content.

The 1982 game by Coleco was very good for its time, but that was a lifetime ago. It would be nice if this one was handled with as much care as the Colecovision game was back then. It would be auspicious if the concept art up here was an indication of what the game will be like visually.

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ice (on 08 April 2021)

I thought this was a smurf turn base RPG by the picture lol

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