Are you only looking for the finest PS4 games? We can’t say we blame you. In fact, we’re here to assist you in locating them. From huge cinematic single-player adventures to frenzied online multiplayers, the PS4 is home to a slew of generation-defining titles. It’s not always easy or quick to narrow down the absolute must-sees when there’s so much to choose from. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 games for PS4. If you don’t already know these, or even if you do, here’s a reminder of why you love them and why you NEED them in your collection.
Call of Duty – Infinite Warfare
the Call of Duty series has increasingly flirted with futuristic combat. Each new iteration has brought us a little closer towards full-blown sci-fi, adding advanced weaponry, introducing jetpacks, and making wall-running a method of traversal through its many war-torn environments.
With Infinite Warfare that skirting flirtation goes out the window completely. This is a game rife with spaceships, warp drives, and laser weapons! Rather than fight through the cities of Earth, Infinite Warfare sends you to the far reaches of the Solar System to battle above planets; instead of ultranationalist radicals, you fend off a Martian insurgency, hell-bent on taking your home world for its own.
With 2019’s iteration of the stalwart series, EA made some bold strides in the right direction. Especially when it comes to giving players what they’ve been asking for in terms of game modes and statistical tinkering.
Add to that a fantastic new way to play in Volta, a light-hearted set of modes for couch co-op and some clever, nuanced gameplay tweaks. That coax out a more fair and rewarding game of soccer, this is definitely not an in-between year or an easy skip if you’re a franchise fan. In fact, it might be the best FIFA game in a good few years. Achieved mainly by responding to fan feedback with healthy design decisions.
Grand Theft Auto V
The magic of GTA 5 and its reappearance on current-gen hardware isn’t in the improved textures, shinier cars or even the brilliantly executed new first-person mode. It’s in the way each addition and improvement combines to enthral and seduce you all over again to sink another blissful 50 hours into Los Santos without it ever feeling like a re-run. Also: an unhealthy dose of first-person cat-stomping. If tabby-kicking isn’t your thing, GTA: Online – with its mega online Heists, improved character creator and, y’know, end of the mystery of Mount Chiliad – is sure to gets it claws into you. Quite simply, it represents the definitive edition of the greatest open-world game ever made
Swinging straight into the top four in the top 10 games for PS4 edition, Spider-Man PS4 is one of the most fun, immediately joyful games you’ll ever pop into your PlayStation. It looks incredible, sure, and the game itself is massive, but what impresses most is the feel of swinging around New York as the web-slinger himself. There’s plenty to do, and the variety of non-story stuff is impressive, but the real beauty lies in the slick, free, and utterly wonderful swinging. The fact that the story has all the heart and humor of Spidey’s latest Marvel outings only enhances an already brilliant super-hero game. With a neat Photo Editor included, and a stack of DLC to get involved with, you could be playing Spider-Man for months… and still have a grin on your face when you’ve finished.
Unchartered 4 – A Thief’s End
The true successes of Uncharted 4 lie in the details. Oh, sure, you have the big action set-pieces that the series is known for, where everything hero Nathan Drake touches falls apart around him in Michael Bay levels of destruction. And the attention to detail in those moments – how wood splinters into pieces under gunfire, or how Nathan’s clothing gets caked in mud during a high-octane car chase – certainly makes it shine as a bit of impressive tech to show off to your friends.
But it’s how Uncharted nails the small moments that makes it truly great. For the first time in the series, Naughty Dog has given the series’ characters some room to grow as actual people, filling in the details where you least expect them to, and these smaller moments make the big ones feel all that more impactful. As explosive as Uncharted 4 is, it’s also deeply personal – and it’s a hell of a showpiece for your PS4, to boot
Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima takes an Assassin’s Creed-style Japan, with a Red Dead Redemption 2-sized world, and blends in an entire library’s worth of Akira Kurosawa movies to create the perfect swan song for the PS4. It manages to give you a new love of feudal Japan. And with a world so full of things to do, every moment you spend in its world is a treat. This is a worthy swan song for the PS4, and a tribute to the Japanese culture it so clearly reveres.
Horizon Zero Dawn
As beautiful as it is deep, Horizon: Zero Dawn creates an astonishingly rich world to explore and get lost in. On top of all that post-apocalyptic prettiness. The core gameplay loop of hunting and taking down various mechanical creatures is the real draw here. The use of slower weapons like bows creates a far more tactical take on the action. You have to think about your strategies and consider your options rather than just charge in blasting. As well as learning how to get by in a world that hates you, there’s just so much to see and do as you chase side quests. Meet new factions and try to unravel the compelling mystery behind corrupted machines and a lost past. Once you’re done with the main game, there is a sizeable, challenging expansion with The Frozen Wilds. Easily one of the best games of this generation.
Mortal Kombat 11
The most recent release, Mortal Kombat 11, is also the strongest entry in the entire franchise. Packed to the gills with content including the famous Klassic Towers, Towers of Time, story mode, online multiplayer, and the exploration-based Krypt. Longtime fighters such as Sub-Zero and Kitana are joined by newcomers. All with creative and deceptive abilities, and the stages’ interactive elements force you to always know exactly where you’re standing. Plus the two released Kombat packs added even more story elements and guest characters to tear apart.
Red Dead Redemption
Red Dead Redemption 2 and its glorious open world that’s filled with things to do, people to meet/rob/kill, is quite the masterpiece of game making. The world is so realistic you may have to pinch yourself that its not real. As the morning mist rolls in, or the sun breaks through the clouds in the afternoon. And the story. Obviously, we won’t be crowned the sheriff of spoilertown here, but it’s as gloriously epic as you’d expect from a Rockstar game. Even if the opening few hours are a little slow. It’s a wonderful world to live in for a few weeks / months, because there’s so much to see and discover. You’re going to be wondering what the heck that thing is on that mountain for a while to come.
Days Gone is the open-world zombie adventure game we’ve all been waiting for. Superb zombie-slaying combat and enjoyable motorcycle gameplay are integrated perfectly with a well-paced story. But the game’s major highlights are the terrifying zombie hordes which are unlike anything seen in a videogame so far.
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