Breakfast Wrap 07Good day to you. Welcome to another tasty edition of the Gaming News Wrap.


The first (post launch) patch for Mortal Kombat X has been released and improves the game’s netcode, adds a free skin, and fixes general bugs. [More…]

GT Academy for 2015 has been announced, giving everyone a reason to get their PS3 and Gran Turismo 6 out again. You could win a “dream job” thanks to Nissan and PlayStation racing real world cars. If you’re interested, we suggest you keep you eye on the GT Academy Facebook Page.

Alan Wake 2 may still see the light of day according to developer Remedy in a recent interview with Polygon.

Disney Infinity 3.0 has been spotted in the wild. Disney Interactive has however moved to squash the rumour. [More…]

Heroes of the Storm will be getting an open beta from 19 May and a full release on 2 June.

WoW Tokens launch for World of Warcraft in Europe later today, Blizzard has announced.

Consoles & Hardware

The May update for the Xbox One is now live in beta and features multitasking and voice messaging. [More…]


Microsoft is planning to reveal a new IP at E3, as well as focus more on “1st party than past E3s.” [More…]

Windows 10 may be releasing at the end of July according to AMD CEO Lisa Su, who mentioned it in an earnings call.

Screenshots & Concept Art


Star Wars Battlefront starts a series of developer diaries with… episode one of course.

Bag yourself the Spartan Locke armor set for Halo 5 Guardians… but only if you pre-order from GameStop it seems.

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China will be released today in the UK (and SA) for Xbox One and PC, with PS4 gamers needing to wait until tomorrow.

You can own the underworld in the triad w beta. But you’ll need to register first.

Warhammer 40,000: Regicide will release via Steam Early Access on 5 May, so have a new trailer to celebrate.

The various actors from TV series Firefly have reprised their roles for the free-to-play online game due later this year. Watch Nathan Fillion return as Malcolm Reynolds, along with others.

Want to see how (almost) all the versions of GTA V on PC look? Here you go.

It’s Dota 2 in third person. We’re not sure why though… [via VG24/7]