Breakfast Wrap 03Let’s get to it shall we. The Gaming News Wrap that is.


Square Enix has officially announced Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution will be set in 2029 with Adam Jensen working for Interpol to hunt down augmented terrorists in a world that hates and fears cybernetically enhanced humans. The game will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. [More…]

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be receiving two major expansions post launch. An Expansion Pass will cost you £20/$24.99, or you can buy the first DLC ‘Hearts of Stone’ (due in October) for $9.99 and ‘Blood and Wine’ (due in Q1 2016) for $19.99. The two expansions are expected to add around 30 hours of additional gameplay in total. [More…]
If that’s not enough, the world map of The Witcher 3 is huge anyway. Take a look.

DriveClub has received a “major” server update to “improve performance and stability for all aspects of online play.” [More…]

The Bloodborne soundtrack will be available for everyone (to buy) on 21 April. The 21 tracks will cost $9.99 for the full soundtrack, or each track can be bought for $0.99.

The Masters will not be part of EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour on release. This is due to the licence expiring, but it may be brought back by way of DLC. [More…]

Dead Island 2 is looking unlikely to make its original ‘spring’ release and may only arrive in autumn (or the southern hemisphere’s spring). Deep Silver is not officially saying anything however. [More…]

2K has brought back the servers for NBA 2K14 after shutting them down last week. The publisher has also amended its online policies and extended its support period. [More…]

Bastion is now available for PS4. The game runs at 1080p and 60fps. [More…]

Nexon has announced plans to publish free-to-play shooter Ghost in the Shell Online in the West later this year. [More…]

If you’ve pre-ordered GTA V for PC, you can start pre-loading it right now… but be prepared, the game needs 65GB of hard drive space.

Patch 2.2.0 for Diablo 3 is now live and adds a number of new features, including Treasure Goblins, new Legendary sets and more. Patch details are available here.

Sales & Discounts

Microsoft is saying hello to spring (or autumn if you’re in the south hemisphere) with a sale on a variety of games and videos for both Xbox One and Xbox 360. According to Major Nelson, on Xbox One there’s a “combined savings over $2,500 on 276 games, HD movie and TV shows while the Xbox 360 deals will fetch a combined savings over $2,600 on 294 games, HD movies and TV.” Details here.


A £70 Star Wars movie bundle will launch this Friday (10 April). If you buy the bundle via Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows 8 or Windows Phone, you’ll get a copy of Star Wars Pinball for Xbox 360 or Xbox One, plus an R2-D2 avatar toy.


The Fast & Furious Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 is now available. For $5 you can download the eight cars featured in the movie. Or you can download the ‘Forza Horizon 2 presents Fast & Furious’ standalone for free before 10 April. [More…]

Check out some Rainbow Six Siege gameplay footage from the closed alpha.