Every day, CVG Australia rounds up the news you missed while you were sleeping.
After numerous leaks and rumours, Rockstar has confirmed that Grand Theft Auto Online will utilise micro transactions allowing gamers to purchase in-game cash.
Meanwhile, Valve has announced it will release a variety of SteamOS gaming machines in 2014.
All the news:
- Worms Revolution Extreme hits Vita in October
- Upgradable cross-gen titles won't transfer single-player data
- F1 2014 TV ad video shows racing in the rain
- GTA V 'iFruit' app update tackles connectivity issues
- GTA Online micro transactions confirmed
- Miyamoto 'falling down on the job', says EA exec
- First Need for Speed trailer has Aaron Paul in a Veyron
- Valve to launch Steam Machine living room PCs in 2014
- South Park The Stick of Truth UK release date confirmed
- Miyamoto: producers 'don't need me anymore'
- Japan: 3DS tops lifetime Wii sales, Monster Hunter 4 still chart No.1
- Don't rule out Rayman Legends on 3DS, says Ubisoft
- EU PS Store update: Far Cry 3 joins Instant Game Collection
- Nosgoth reveal trailer shows free-to-play Legacy of Kain spin-off
- Destiny artwork shows off a range of weapons
- Ubisoft: Next-gen launch games are 'miles better' than on previous consoles
- Batman Arkham Origins Deathstroke Challenge Pack trailer released
- Thief trailer reveals pre-order bonus mission 'The Bank Heist'
- Killer Instinct gameplay video previews Sadira
- GTA Online microtransaction prices reportedly confirmed
- GTA 5 sales top 15 million units, analyst suggests
- Capcom 'working on Dead Rising 3 frame rate problem'
- Vita version of Injustice Gods Among Us rated
- Valve to make second major Steam reveal today
- New PS4 user interface images released
- Xbox Live DLC release schedule detailed
- Beyond Two Souls 30 minute gameplay video released
- FIFA 14 patch released, EA aware of freezing reports