News Wrap 02Not quite a jam-packed edition of the Gaming News Wrap, but maybe the humans around the world took a day off.


Just in case you may have missed it yesterday, Halo 5: Guardians will be released on 27 October worldwide.

‘Jaws of Hakkon’ – the first bit of DLC for Dragon Age Inquisition – will arrive for PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360 in May.

The next table from Zen Studios – which will be compatible with Pinball FX2, Zen Pinball 2, and Star Wars Pinball – will be based on Star Wars Rebels. It will be released on (or around) 27 April.

Sales & Discounts

Woah Dave! will be free for PS Plus subscribers in April. It will not form part of the monthly Instant Game Collection, so you will need to find it on the Store. [More…]

Consoles & Hardware

The Spotify app has launched for PS3 and PS4, with it being an exclusive for Sony’s consoles. For now at least. [More…]


A UK teachers group is threatening to report parents who allow their children to play games rated ‘M’ or ’18+’ to the police and children’s social care. [More…]


Warner Bros. has announced a series of Mortal Kombat X tournaments which will feature a prize pool starting at $100,000. The series of tournaments will be leagues, cups and other, with full details available via ESL.


Find out more about the operators available in Rainbow Six Siege. A collector’s edition of the game has also been revealed.

Project CARS will get free DLC cars every month, with the first car being the Lykan Hypersport.

Watch YouTuber Oginam_tv beat Bloodborne in around 40 minutes. Most people see the ‘You Died’ screen around 20 times in that time.

Motivational Growth – described as a “video-game inspired independent comedy/sci-fi film” – is the first non-documentary film to be released via Steam. It will cost $7.99 / (approx.) £5 and is by Devolver Digital.