News Wrap 02Good morning and welcome to day two of a short week in South Africa. Yes, we can feel your excitement.

Sony will be giving a PlayStation 4 keynote address at the Tokyo Game Show on 19 September. Other than being entitled ‘The World PlayStation 4 Creates’, no other information is known at present. [More on Gematsu]

Developers on the PS4 can dynamically adjust what parts of their games are downloaded by consumers first, meaning that more in-demand content can be prioritised to ensure that the most in-demand content becomes playable while the rest downloads in the background. [More on CVG]

The Xbox One DVR (which records in-game footage to cloud) will record at a fixed framerate and resolution irrespective of the game’s settings. The DVR will play back at 720p and at 30fps. [More on IGN]

The second screen ‘Battlemap’ feature in Battlefield 4 will not be available on Xbox 360 and PS3 and will only work on PC and next-gen versions of the game. The new Battlelog will be available on all versions of the game. [More on Engadget]

You want to know what Achievements will constitute 1000 Gamerscore for Payday 2? You can head here to find out.

Insomniac Games has trademarked Bad Dinos, which may or may not be a game about bad dinosaurs. [via AllGamesBeta]

Playground Games appears to be working on a sequel to Forza Horizon. Or at least on of the team members are “working as the only technical artist in the vehicle art team for an undisclosed next-gen Forza project.” [More on CVG]

The Rage franchise is not dead according to id Software co-founder Tim Willits. As to what or when something more will arrive in the franchise is unclear however. [More on Joystiq]

John Carmack is apparently not allowed to talk about Doom 4. Which means there is a Doom 4… one day in the future. [More on CVG]

Ubisoft Toronto head Jade Raymond believes multiplayer needs to be less “intimidating” in an effort to convince more players to try it out. More in an interview with her on Digital Spy.

Journey developer Thatgamecompany has said their next game still ‘years away” and that the “risky” project will be multiplatform. [More on CVG]

Sega is one of the bidders for Atlus who recently filed for bankruptcy. The highest bid for Atlus (by an unnamed company) has reached about £132 million ($203m). [More on CVG]

Crytek has confirmed that “some users’ login data” has been “compromised” following some “suspicious activity” on their websites over the weekend. [More on Polygon]

Check out the over 100 songs which will keep your foot tapping in Saints Row IV.

Australian Saints Row IV players will only be able to play with other Australians, as their version of the game will not be compatible with the rest of the world. [More on CVG]

Picture which have emerged from inside of Valve (blame naughty Dota 2 players) show a listing for both Source 2 and Left 4 Dead 3. Neither of which is unsurprising really. [More on CVG]

There are 20 to 30 new indie games coming to the Wii U this year. [More on Joystiq]


CVG has released a video which tells you everything you need to know about what you will get on launch day with the Xbox One.

Betrayer – the new game from Monolith (the developers of F.E.A.R. and No One Lives Forever) – looks a little interesting. Details here.

The fourth planet (Hossin) has been revealed for Planetside 2. The add-on will be coming soon.