Every day, CVG Australia rounds up the news you missed while you were tucked away in bed.
The biggest news overnight came via Ubisoft. During an investors call, the publisher confirmed that Assassin's Creed 4 does exist, and that it will take place in a new region and time zone, and will feature a new protagonist. It's expected to release on next-gen consoles.
Meanwhile, the publisher has also confirmed that Rayman: Legends, previously a Wii U exclusive, will reach Xbox 360 and PS3 this September.
All the news:
- Activision reports 'record' 2012 revenues of $4.86 billion
- World of Warcraft subscriptions dip to 9.6 million
- Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity DLC details, new trailer
- Gabe Newell predicts PC-to-TV streaming as standard in future TVs
- The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct first trailer, pre-order treats revealed
- US Nintendo downloads: Mega Man 2, Etrian OdysseyIV demo
- Ubisoft: Next PlayStation and Xbox will 'bring fantastic innovation'
- Ubisoft: 'Don't discount the Vita yet'
- New Assassin's Creed announced, will have new character and time period
- Far Cry 3 sells 4.5m units
- Rayman Legends announced for Xbox 360, PS3
- Assassin's Creed 3: 12 million sales boost Ubisoft's Q3
- Activision signs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games deal
- Next Xbox to feature 'greatly improved speech recognition', claims report
- LittleBigPlanet 3 reportedly in development at Sumo Digital
- BioWare: Calling next game Mass Effect 4 'does it a disservice'
- Konami posts 9-month sales and profit decline
- HMV store closures: The full list
- Sony drops Kevin Butler ad agency
- Double Fine and Words With Friends creator making Ouya games
- Aliens Colonial Marines DLC: Bug Hunt mode outed by retailer
- Batman joins Need for Speed movie cast
- PlayStation 4 price expected to land 'above $400'
- After Burner Climax released for iPad, iPhone
- HMV 'preparing to axe 70 stores'
- Sony cuts Vita sales target again due to 'slow market penetration'