What upcoming PS4 games have been announced? Sony’s first-party output has been on fire all generation, but even though the PlayStation 4 is nearing its twilight years, there’s still loads to look forward to from the platform holder. In this article we’re going to list all the announced PS4 exclusive games on the way. For upcoming PSVR games, click through the link.
This delightful adventure from PixelOpus sees you take on the role of Ash, a young boy with the ability to bring life and colour back to his dreary home town. In order to solve the game's environmental puzzles, you'll be painting gorgeous graffiti on the walls of buildings, creating lovely landscapes and monsters to inhabit them, all while avoiding nasty bullies that'll chase you down. It looks wonderful, and we can't wait to create our very own masterpieces.
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Hideo Kojima’s curious apocalyptic delivery simulator continues to confuse everyone, but we’re just excited to see one of gaming’s greatest creators given a blank cheque and the opportunity to design something we’ve never seen before. Yes, it was probably announced a little too early, but we’ve found the drip-feed of details to be intriguing – and we hope that the former Metal Gear man continues to keep us guessing all the way through to release.
Media Molecule's make-whatever-you-like creation game has released in Early Access, and while we're enjoying what's available now, there's plenty more to look forward to in the full version. In addition to the incredible creative toolset and fascinating collection of user made odds and ends, the game's final release promises PSVR support, a full single player story, and more. This is one of PS4's most exciting prospects, and while the party has technically started, we're excited for the main event.
One of the forgotten forays in Sony’s PS4 exclusive portfolio, Erica is an FMV-based experienced that can be controlled with either the DualShock 4 or a smartphone. Providing a tactile world filled with mystery, this promises to be a different kind of narrative adventure; our only concern is whether the acting and script can do the ambitious premise justice.