Here is your round-up of the biggest video game news stories from the past seven days, including reports indicating that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be suffering yet another day, Sombra finally arriving in Overwatch and Nintendo announcing Super Mario Run details.
Below are the original stories in part. For further details, click the headlines.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will not be a Nintendo Switch launch title, according to reports. The game, which will also be released on the Wii U, is the only first party Nintendo game confirmed so far for the new console.
The initial report came from industry insider Emily Rogers (who has a great track record) and was later verified by Eurogamer sources. Rogers said that the game's localisation will conclude at the end of 2016 and be followed by "four-to-six months of testing".
Sombra is here. The latest Overwatch hero has been added in an update now available on PS4, Xbox One and PC. As well as the new hacker character, the update adds an Arcade mode and a brand new map.
The update 1.5 patch introduces a new wintry map called Ecopoint: Antartica, Arcade mode, the new home for Brawl which houses alternative game types and new 1-on-1 and 3-on-3 modes. Blizzard has also tweaked character stats to even the playing field.
Mario's mobile debut Super Mario Run will be released for iPhone and iPad on 15 December in North America and Europe, and will cost £7.99/$9.99. These who purchase the game will have unlimited access to the game's three modes, with those who download a free version having limited access.