Breakfast Wrap 01Another week, another daily batch of the Gaming News Wrap to look forward to.


Mortal Kombat X may feature microtransactions if the response of NetherRealm Studios marketing manager Brian Goodman to IGN is anything to go by.

Xbox One players are reporting issues with Telltale’s Game of Thrones episode two not recognising choices made in the first episode. [More…]

Survarium‘s Freeplay mode has been detailed by the developer. The map will be larger than the PvP maps and will not have a time limit, but a player number cap. Freeplay tasks the player a specific missions (to be completed in a single life), and when they die, their gear remains on their corpse and is ripe for the looting.


Compulsion Games – the developers of Contrast – have teased their new project. The game “involves masks, drugs and memory loss” and a couple of images were revealed.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Netflix is working on a live-action ‘Legend of Zelda’ TV series. Nintendo has not commented on the rumour yet.


The February Xbox One system update has started to roll out and brings game hubs, controller updates, as well as updates to party chat and TV. [More…]

Turtle Rock Studios has some tips for you in these two Evolve videos.

Another look at Bloodborne courtesy of IGN First.

A new Mortal Kombat X trailer which gets behind-the-scenes with Faction Wars and how the feature will connect Mortal Kombat X players around the world.

Rebellion has dated Zombie Army Trilogy for a 6 March release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Tropico developer Haemimont Games has revealed  their new game, Victor Vran. The game is an action role-playing one that will launch for PC and unnamed “other platforms” early this summer.

Eleven minutes of footage from The Order: 1886 has hit the internet.

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