Every year, hundreds of new video games release to the public, and it can be hard to decide what to spend your cash on. Because of the ever-growing libraries of gaming platforms around the world, we’ve compiled a list of the best games to play right now on the PlayStation 4.
‘Infamous: Second Son’
Building off the events set within the original games, “Infamous: Second Son” puts players into the role of Delsin Rowe. In a world that fears difference, the Department of Unified Protection works hard to imprison superhumans and clean the streets of their filth. But when a military convoy crashes near his home town, Delsin Rowe discovers that he too holds superhuman powers. The DUP terrorizes the people of the town, and Delsin must either save or avenge them. Choices have consequences, and the actions that players choose will determine the outcome of the story.
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“Towerfall” is a fantastic indie game that supports up to 4 players in a local party game centering on intense ‘versus matches.’ Master the skill of archery as you competitively fight against your friends in a fast-paced environment. While it might not be feature-rich, the pick-up and play aspect of “Towefall Ascension” makes it a must-have for any PlayStation 4 owners looking to get the most out of the PS4’s library.
‘Wolfenstein: The New Order/The Old Blood’
Set in a world alternate to the original Wolfenstein games, “Wolfenstein: The New Order” is a fantastic reboot of the much-loved series. Followed by the release of the game’s first DLC “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood,” the two games work hand-in-hand to tell one story about a man, a war that was lost long ago, and the need to save the world. Step into the boots of William ‘B.J.’ Blazkowicz and make the Nazi commander Deathshead pay for all the wrong he’s done.
‘Little Big Planet 3’
Picking up on the success of the original “Little Big Planet” games, Sackboy is back for another adventure with all new characters. Featuring backwards compatibility, all DLC packs and created levels from LBP and LBP 2 can be played on the newest edition of Sackboy’s adventure. Leap into the shoes of Sackboy or his new companions and stop the unskilled creator Newton from destroying the creative world.
‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’
Step into a masterfully crafted fantasy world as you lead a team of characters into intense battles against an enemy of dark origins. Take on massive High Dragons, forces from the otherworld of Fade, and save everyone you can as you lead the Inquisition against the forces of evil. Featuring characters from the previous “Dragon Age” games, “Dragon Age: Inquisition” is the largest, most open Dragon Age game to date.
‘The Last of Us: Remastered’
Although many have played this game on the PS3, the Remastered edition offers a chance for newcomers of the PlayStation to enjoy Naughty Dog’s apocalyptic tale. Follow Joel and Ellie as they make their way across the country to try to save the world. Fight, sneak and shoot your way through various enemies, both living and dead, as you try to save the world from a virus that nobody understands. With remastered and higher resolution graphics, improved shadows and light, and full 1080P support, this is the best way to experience Joel and Ellie’s story.
Created by the “Dark Souls” developer, “Bloodborne” is a PlayStation 4 exclusive that brings the difficulty of the “Dark Souls” games to the console in a new story. Set within the city of Yharnam, you’ll strive to become the best Hunter possible as you fight against enemies of unknown origins. Chock full of traps, underground ruins to explore, and various rewards to improve your character, “Bloodborne” requires wits, strategy, and quick reflexes.
‘Grand Theft Auto V’
Remastered for next-generation consoles and sporting full 60 FPS support, “Grand Theft Auto V” is a joy to play on PlayStation 4. Take up the mantle as Franklin, Trevor, or Michael in a city that’s more alive than ever. Jump straight into “Grand Theft Auto Online” and work with your friends to take on heists and more.
‘Batman: Arkham Knight’
Step into the shoes of Bruce Wayne as he takes on the mysterious Arkham Knight. Set within a shut-down Gotham City, players use the Batmobile and all of Batman’s gadgets to bring criminals to justice. Explore Gotham like never before, swooping from rooftops, speeding through city streets, or punching your way through thugs. “Batman: Arkham Knight” is the end of the Arkham Trilogy, and it’s a story Batman fans don’t want to miss.