Breakfast Wrap 07Good morning, and welcome to a news and videos packed end-of-the-week Gaming News Wrap.

Square Enix has announced that a next-generation Tomb Raider is “well in development”. The game is a sequel to this year’s critically acclaimed reboot of the franchise. [More via CVG]

Wolfenstein: The New Order has been delayed to 2014. Insert usual reasons here, as well as a new one like developing for current- and next-gen consoles at the same time. [More on Polygon]

Details of the game XCOM Enemy Within will be revealed at Gamescom on 21 August. So you shall have to wait until then to find out what the game seemingly scheduled for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 is about.

Ubisoft is promising a new next-gen IP reveal at Gamescom.

The ‘Vengeance’ DLC for Black Ops 2 is  now available for PC and PS3 gamers at the price of $14.99.

No online pass will be required for F1 2013. Codemasters has also confirmed that they have no plans for a demo to be released.

A new beta program called Xbox Enforcement United has been announced, which allows volunteers to give user feedback while giving you a “sense of ownership on the service”. “Members who join the Enforcement United beta will participate by providing their opinions on whether particular content, initially Gamertags, violate the Xbox Live Code of Conduct.” You can join here. And no, we don’t think you get a badge and a gun.

Major Nelson is also “excited about online gaming with Xbox One“. You can find out why here.

Blizzard’s next-gen MMO Titan is unlikely to be a subscription-based game, and has been downscaled as the firm considers a seemingly drastic “re-envisioning” for the project. [More on CVG]

Call of Duty Ghosts pre-orders are “well below” those of Black Ops 2 due to “hesitation amongst past CoD pre-orderers” which is “due to not knowing which platform they’ll be playing on, which is natural at this time in the console transition.” [More on CVG]

Activision Publishing boss Eric Hirshberg has said that the publisher believes Bungie’s Destiny has the potential to become their third billion dollar franchise.

Increased R&D funding to the tune of £75 million for the PS4 is the main reason for the PlayStation division’s significant operating loss this quarter according to Sony. [More on CVG]

Turn 10 reckons the Xbox One offers 600% more AI capability with cloud, making Forza 5 “the hardest thing Turn 10 has ever done”. [More on OXM]

Saints Row IV will be making it to Australia after all. After removing an “optional” mission, which involves the use of “virtual alien narcotics” by the player character, the Australian ratings board has allowed it in with a MA15+ rating. So purple dildos are welcome in Australia then?

The PS Vita version of BioShock is still being discussed according to Ken Levine. [More on Kotaku]

If you’re in London at the end of September, you can get your hands on the PS4 and a number of games still to be released at the Eurogamer Expo. More details on Eurogamer, obviously.


A new Watch Dogs trailer which tries to erase memories of that awful Aisha Tyler one.

Splinter Cell Blacklist ‘Break the rules’ trailer.

Lost Planet 3.

Capcom has revealed 13 new social, mobile and online games coming out sometime in the future. Deep Down was revealed which will be available for PS4 and is an online game.

Capcom also released a video for Monster Hunter Frontier G which will be coming to the Wii U and PlayStation 3.

Killer is Dead has a launch trailer.

A developer diary for inFamous Second Son.

Get wet in this Rain developer diary.

Another Disney Infinity trailer. They really are dropping more trailers than is reasonable for a game.


Cliff Bleszinski has shown a little glimpse of his new project which sees him team up with former Naughty Dog concept artist Shaddy Safadi. [via Polygon]