Except for Just Dance, all of Ubisoft’s upcoming games will only be released on new-gen platforms, the company said during its fiscal year earnings call today. The means no more Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of games like Assassin’s Creed or The Division going forward.

"If you're asking me to throw a rock in the PS4 vs. Xbox One resolution war, I won't. The game is not finished and talking about resolutions [and framerates] is, I think, pointless." Michał Krzemiński of CD Projekt RED, to gamesTM's question about resolution differences between the console versions of The Witcher 3.

Sony announced this morning in an official release that they've sold more than 5.3 million PS4 units worldwide as of February 8, 2014. That's quite impressive if you consider it's still not out yet in Japan for four days and only three months have passed since it's November launch.

Murdered: Soul Suspect is headed to next-gen—Airtight just confirmed an Xbox One version of their upcoming detective game. It'll also be on 360, PS3, and PC. No word on PS4 yet (but that's likely coming, or else Microsoft would be touting the exclusivity).

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