Breakfast Wrap 06Good morning. Hard to believe it’s the end of another work week. We know how sad that makes you, so let us console you with some tasty news.

Respawn‘s community manager Abbie Heppe said that she hopes “that if nothing else, Titanfall encourages larger scale new IP.” [More on CVG]

THQ is suing EA and Zuffa over the termination of – and subsequent transfer – of the UFC game licence from THQ to EA.  Apparently, EA and Zuffa (UFC parent company) conspired to bring about the cancellation for their own financial gain. [More on Polygon]

A new update for FIFA 14 has been released for Xbox 360, with the PS3 version to follow. The update addresses some freezing issues and gameplay balancing issues. Details available here.

The next bit of DLC for Saints Row IV is due out later this month. You can ‘Enter the Dominatrix’ on 23 October for £5.99 – or free with a Season Pass – and “get freaky on your new Dildozer”. Yes. Sounds both pleasurable and painful… More details and screens here.

Current-gen bluetooth headsets will not be compatible with the PS4, while current-gen USB based headsets will only work post-launch after a system update. [More on Game Informer]

The PS4‘s head designer Tetsu Sumii has discussed the external appearance of the new console in an interview with CVG. In it he says that he believed the brand image of the PlayStation needed “to be changed a little bit” and that it “should be one of the most smart, cool, and intelligent products from Sony.”

Sony has moved to distance itself from the apparent exploitation of interns in assembling PS4s during night shifts at Foxconn. If you want to get all the juicy controversial details, you can head here.

“Multiple industry sources” are claiming that a PC version of GTA V is due out in the first quarter of 2014. [More on Eurogamer]

The Enslaved: Odyssey to the West ‘Premium Edition’ will be out later this month on PS3 and PC. [More on Polygon]

There’s a Capcom sale happening on Steam, and it’s a big one. You can get up to 75% off the titles listed here.

Almost unsurprisingly, Dead Rising 3 has been denied release in Germany. Germany seems to be a safe haven for zombies as they have a habit of banning games which feature the huggable and misunderstood undead. [More on Destructoid]

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says he doesn’t fear failure and that Nintendo needs to take risks, so the company will “always have to challenge [the status quo] by making something new, rather than competing in an existing market.” [More on CVG]


The brand new ‘Clan Wars’ and a new Clan App for mobiles join the Call of Duty Ghosts clan experience this year.

Forza 5. Enter the Stig…

Three new Peggle 2 gameplay videos.