CVG Australia rounds up the news you missed at the weekend.
UK superstore chain Tesco has once again seemingly prematurely leaked information on the next Call of Duty game.
Meanwhile, 2K Games has re-revealed its XCOM shooter, which has heavily evolved since its original announcement in 2010.
- Dust 514 officially launches May 14
- Video: 35 minutes of Beyond: Two Souls
- Call of Duty: Ghosts 'powered by next-generation engine'
- Resident Evil Revelations dev diary discusses series heritage
- Dark Horse reveals 'Halo: Initiation' comic miniseries
- Katamari Damacy headed to US PS Store next week
- Star Wars: The Old Republic videos show new Cathar race
- Deep Silver downplays 'Metro: Last Light PS4' reports
- New Call of Duty promo material tips May 1 reveal
- Wii U Virtual Console is live now in US
- Rumour: Next Xbox to introduce 'broader Achievements', video capture
- Next Xbox's always-on connection can be used for DRM, report claims
- Ex-Bizarre Creations devs announce new Vita, iOS game
- Origin software sale running until Monday
- New GTA V previews go live next week
- THQ creditors seeking more than $200 million
- Rome 2 Total War: Pontus playable faction revealed - screen
- Resident Evil Revelations demo 'coming soon'
- Sony enables remote downloads from PSN web store
- Metal Gear Rising DLC: Blade Wolf add-on coming May 9
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 'Operation Payback' pass offers fan-made maps
- Wii U Virtual console launches on Saturday
- Assassin's Creed 4 trailer shows off companion app
- Respawn Entertainment unaffected by EA layoffs
- Metro: Last Light 'coming to PS4'
- The Bureau: XCOM Declassified revealed and dated - trailer