News Wrap 01Good morning. Wasn’t that a great weekend? Well, it was if you went to RAMfest and watched Killswitch Engage and Trivium. If not, sorry for you, but have some gaming news to make it all better.


If you’re playing an early (legitimate) copy of Titanfall before release, you won’t be banned, but “there may be interruptions in service as we prep servers.” Good luck South Africa, as we won’t even be getting the game at all anymore…

If you are one of the over 1000 SA gamers that have signed the petition to get Titanfall to the country, congratulations, but get your friends to do so right here.

Live-action content for Titanfall has been teased via a website teaser. A trailer is expected at around 12am (SA Time 0r 10pm GMT) but all that is known for now is that “Playfight & Respawn have teamed up to bring you original content set within the vast expanse of the Titanfall universe”.

Another PC update has been released for Battlefield 4. The update deals with crash and bug fixes, stability improvements, weapon and vehicle tweaks. Full details are available on Battlelog.

EA’s CFO Blake Jorgensen believes that the Battlefield brand has not been damaged by the issues with Battlefield 4. [More on GameSpot]

XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition is out now at a price of $49.99/£29.99. The bundle includes  XCOM: Enemy Unknown and XCOM: Enemy Within, along with the Elite Soldier Pack, Slingshot and Second Wave add-on content.

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 will be getting DLC in March which features vampire warrior Alucard as a playable character. The DLC will be available from 25 March and takes place just before the events of the main game. [More on AllGamesBeta]

Want to know if your PC can handle Dark Souls 2? Then check out the PC requirements here.

The first Tales from the Borderlands details have emerged and the game will feature two playable protagonists who narrate the story, which are rife with discrepancies. [More on Polygon]

The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 2 is now available for iOS devices.


Pre-orders for inFamous: Second Son are higher than they were for The Last of Us. The game is expected to “be the biggest game in the Infamous series to date.” [More on MCV]

South Park co-creator Matt Stone is not happy that the European version of South Park: The Stick of Truth has been released censored, saying it’s “not cool – it’s lame, ridiculous and stupid.” [More on Metro]

GameStop in the US has increased their PS4 Camera pricing by $10 due to “high demand” for the peripheral. [More on CVG]

Namco Bandai has announced that Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has now shipped more than 1.1m copies worldwide.


Learn how to broadcast with Twitch on your Xbox One. [More on Xbox Wire]

A live-action trailer for inFamous: Second Son.

Two new gameplay videos for MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame.

Razer has announced the launch of the world’s first mechanical switch designed specifically for gaming – the Razer Mechanical Switch.


This past weekend saw the US teams battling for their spot in this year’s Call of Duty Championship. The winners of the tournament – and US champions – were Strictly Business who took the final against compLexity. The eight US teams that made it to the $1 million tournament to be held over 28 to 30 March and featuring 32 teams from around the world are:

  • Team KaLiBeR
  • Strictly Business
  • Rise Nation
  • Team EnVyUs
  • compLexity
  • FaZe Competitive
  • OpTic Gaming
  • Xfinity Gaming