We’ll give you the big breaking news first – which we will detail a little later this morning. Sony has officially revealed its VR headset, which is currently operating under the name of ‘Project Morpheus’.
A few Rockstar Games titles are discounted this week on the Xbox Games Store. Bully, LA Noire, Midnight Club LA, Red Dead Redemption and Max Payne 3 are all 75% less than they were last week. [More on Major Nelson]
Respawn Entertainment has started a ban wave, and have started to issue bans to cheaters in Titanfall. [via Twitter]
The Dragon’s Teeth’ DLC for Battlefield 4 will introduce a two-handed ballistic shield to the game. [More on Polygon]
Guerrilla Games is working on reducing lag in Killzone Shadow Fall. You can read more about their efforts here.
Project Spark is now in ‘open beta’. Any Xbox One owner can now download the game and get involved. [More on Major Nelson]
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will be out on Xbox 360 on 9 April and for PC on 15 April at a price of $14.99 / €14.99 / £11.99.
25 indie games have been announced for the Xbox One as part of the ID@Xbox program. Contrast and Guacamelee are joined by a host of other titles. The full list can be found here.
A number of gameplay videos from Kinect Sports Rivals have been released. You can view the six different sports here.
Diablo 3‘s Auction House has now been taken offline. [More on Eurogamer]
SimCity is now playable offline. The mayor’s of the world can now celebrate without an internet connection. [More on Eurogamer]
CD Projekt has announced a mobile game that will be out later this year. Speculation is that it will be an extension of an existing brand… so maybe The Witcher? [More on Eurogamer]
The April Xbox One update has been detailed. The update will introduce new game save features and friend notifications, plus improved Kinect functionality, game DVR features and more. [More on Xbox Wire]
A report suggests that Amazon‘s game console may be a dongle and will stream PC games at 30fps.
Oculus VR has distanced itself from the newly announced Immersive Tech Association (or ITA) which features EA, Epson, castAR creators Technical Illusion, and “countless more.” According to Oculus VR, they were “part of the original alliance (Stereoscopic 3D Gaming Association) but we were never a part of the new alliance.”
Microsoft is exploring Virtual Reality devices according to a report on Wall Street Journal. At the same time, rumours persist that Sony will unveil their VR headset at GDC this week.
Lead designer of inFamous: Second Son, Jaime Griesemer, has left Sucker Punch. But he’s not “talking about it yet”. [More on CVG]
The “PS4 Wireless Stereo Headset 2.0 is coming your way on 25 April!” says local distributor Ster Kinekor. So now you know.
A video all about the ‘Superhuman Sound’ of inFamous: Second Son. [More on PlayStation Blog]
Dead Rising 3 ‘The Last Agent’ DLC launch trailer.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls launch trailer.
A customization trailer for Kingdom Under Fire II.
The launch trailer for Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z.
Some gameplay footage from EA Sports UFC.
The first ‘making of’ video for Child of Light.
The PC launch trailer for Deus Ex: The Fall. Screens and details here.
Check out the WebGL Unity 5 engine in action. [More on Mozilla Blog]