This week’s ‘Deals with Gold‘ on the Xbox Game Store have been revealed, and features LEGO and… not really that much more of interest. Full details on Major Nelson.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has made a surprise appearance on the Xbox One digital store. This follows Activision’s announcement last week that the game was indefinitely delayed on the console. Retail copies are still not available, but some gamers have downloaded the game and have played it. Major Nelson has confirmed the game’s availability on both the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
The Battlefield 4 Rent-a-Server service has launched. On all platforms except the Xbox One. An issue is being worked on and the Xbox One service will go live once DICE has sorted out an issue with it. Rental costs $1.49 for one day up to $59.99 for 90 days. [More on Battlefield Blog]
Four Rockstar Verified ‘Capture’ Jobs have been added to GTA Online. Full details available here.
Sony‘s All Access Pass for SOE games is now available. Details and ordering can be found here.
The US PlayStation Store update has rolled out and brings EA Sports UFC, Watch_Dogs and Wolfenstein as pre-orders on the PS4. New releases include Child of Light, Daylight and The Amazing Spider-Man 2. There’s plenty more, but we’ll send you to the PlayStation Blog for details.
Ty Corey Franck, Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin’s personal assistant, is working with Telltale Games on its episodic adaptation of the TV series. [More on New York Times]
Rockstar will be migrating the servers for games including Max Payne and GTA IV due to the closure of GameSpy on 31 May. [More on Rockstar Newswire]
Buy an Nvidia graphics card and get Watch_Dogs thrown in. The deal is only on selected models and via participating retailers. [More on Eurogamer]
A major patch has been released for The Elder Scrolls Online. The full list of patch notes is available on the game’s forum.
Team17’s Flockers will be available on Steam Early Access on 6 May at a cost of £11.99 / $14.99 / €13.99. [More on Eurogamer]
Capcom is bringing its GBA games to Wii U Virtual Console, starting with Mega Man Battle Network 3. [More on IGN]
The PlayStation mobile app will be updated today and adds profile picture options, friends list tweaks and more. [More on PlayStation Blog]
Warner Bros. has registered an intent-to-use trademark for Blacksite: Area 51 in the US, suggesting a reboot of the series from 2007. [More on NeoGAF]
Minecraft has now sold over 15 million units on the PC. [via Twitter]
Square Enix has announced three Final Fantasy XIV fan festivals this year in London, Las Vegas and Tokyo. [More on the Official Blog]
China will be getting the Xbox One in September. [More on Xbox Wire]
In movie news, the cast for Star Wars: Episode VII has been announced, and features many of the original cast members.
DriveClub will be out on 8 October 2014. [More on PlayStation Blog] Don’t worry, the free version for PS Plus subscribers is still a go.
This is Destiny co-op on the PS4. OK. Can we just have it now please?
Wolfenstein: The New Order. Will you go in quiet or loud?
Gameplay footage from H1Z1.
The $19.99 Watch_Dogs Season Pass has been detailed in this video.
The launch trailer for Daylight. The game is discounted for the first week on PS4.
The ‘Whistleblower’ DLC for Outlast will be priced at $8.99 on release on 6 May. Here’s a new trailer to celebrate that.
The new PS4 update (1.70) has been detailed and should be rolling out now.
Pre-Alpha gamplay footage from the PS Vita and PS4 bound The Chainsaw Incident.
We enjoy fan-made videos more than most ‘official’ videos, and this Battlefield 4 video is a good example why.
Adam Sandler’s upcoming video game movie, Pixels, has been dated to release in the US on 15 May 2015. The movie is based on the short film below by Patrick Jean.