Brief news items of note for lifehacker readers including: What happened in the NBN this week, Bungie outs new Destiny gameplay footage, get 75% off The Witcher 1 and 2.
- The Witcher and its sequel are two of the best role-playing games of this generation. GOG.com is currently selling The Witcher and The Witcher 2 for $2.99 and $4.99, respectively. That's 75 percent off the normal RRP.
- Malcolm Turnbull took to Google Hangouts this week to face a grilling over his NBN policy, and one of the more important revelations we got out of him was the estimated upload speed of the Coalition’s broadband network. You can read more on the story and the rest of this week's NBN happenings over at Gizmodo's weekly NBN wrap-up.
- The Ferrari Store is offering a 40% discount to all customers on their first order (sadly, they don't sell the actual cars -- just merchandise). To get the duscount, copy and paste the following code into the promo field on the billing page: 47SRBA32CYDYQ9TKFP0TZTRDJM [Via OzBargain]
- The latest trailer to Bungie's Halo followup Destiny is pretty damn epic; the gameplay footage must be seen to be believed. The game is slated for release on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 next year. Watch the trailer here.
- Warner Bros. has announced the actor who is next in line to play the caped crusader (AKA Batman): in a move that has surprised many fans, the studio has plumped for Ben Affleck, who didn't exactly set the world on fire in the superhero movie Daredevil . You can read the full Warner Bros. announcement here.