PS4 has been out now for over three years, and there have been many great games released during this time. It can be difficult to determine what the best PS4 games of all time are, but we’ve come up with a list of our favorites that we think you’ll love as well.
Whether you are looking for an indie game or something from one of the gaming giants like Activision or EA, we’ve got you covered here. For more online sports and games 8Xbet is the platform where you can find latest updates.
Battlefront is one of my favorite games on any console. I’ve probably spent close to 400 hours playing Battlefront since its launch in 2015. Star Wars Battlefront includes some of your favorite characters from different eras in Star Wars history.
These include Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Darth Vader, and many more. The game also features an all-new single player campaign that spans multiple eras in Star Wars history, including Prequel and Clone Wars content.
2) The Last of Us
Naughty Dog’s 2013 masterpiece is one of my favorite games ever, and it might just be one of yours as well. The Last of Us is a story-driven action game that follows a man named Joel and his young companion Ellie on a trek across a post-apocalyptic America.
You’ll battle through hordes of zombies and other survivors using guns, melee weapons, improvised explosives, stealth attacks—whatever it takes to get by.
3) Uncharted 4
A Thief’s End: Uncharted 4 has a lot to live up to. The third installment is one of my favorite games of all time, and I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: there is nothing like an Uncharted game. Nathan Drake is back, but he’s not alone.
He brings along his partner-in-crime Victor Sullivan (also known as Sully) and his older brother Sam who was thought to be dead (guess not). With these three characters together at last, there are scenes in Uncharted 4 that are more fun than any other game has ever been able to provide me with.
4) God of War
God of War is an action-adventure video game series loosely based on Greek mythology, originally created by David Jaffe at Sony’s Santa Monica Studio. The series is well known for its cinematic style of cut scenes and has been both critically acclaimed and commercially successful, selling over 21 million copies worldwide across all platforms.
In 2013 it became one of only seven games to sell over six million copies worldwide. Each God of War game follows different characters in different settings, with plots that usually involve Kratos, a mortal warrior who serves the Olympian Gods as they attempt to stop fate from destroying their world.
From Software, one of my favorite developers and makers of some of my favorite video games ever created, comes Bloodborne. The studio is best known for darkly challenging action role-playing games like Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls, but Bloodborne is more accessible and fast-paced.
You’ll still die repeatedly at the hands of bosses that are just as tough as you remember them from other From Software games, but you’ll feel more in control because of your character’s more aggressive attacks and added mobility. If you’re looking for a challenging but rewarding action RPG on your PlayStation 4 or PC, look no further than Bloodborne .
6) Batman Arkham Knight
It’s been four years since Rocksteady released Batman: Arkham City. A lot of fans have been waiting a long time for Arkham Knight and their patience has certainly paid off. It looks like Rocksteady finally understands how to make an open world game, providing enough freedom that you won’t feel constrained while still giving you enough direction to help get you from point A to point B without feeling held back.
The character design is also fantastic, with each enemy looking different than anything we’ve seen before in other Batman games. Also, no matter what kind of gamer you are – if you like great action or exploration – there’s something for everyone in Arkham Knight.
7) Final Fantasy 15
Final Fantasy 15 is a game for everyone: from fans of Final Fantasy to those just looking for an engaging action-RPG. It’s worth noting that, despite being an RPG and rated T, Final Fantasy 15 is also suitable for kids due to its simplistic gameplay, lack of blood or gore, and appropriate language/dialogue.
As with all RPGs, you’ll have to grind a bit to level up your characters and develop your skills (the first section will be particularly tough), but once you’re past that point, it’s smooth sailing from there.
8) Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn is an Action-RPG from Guerrilla Games. It’s got a great, post-apocalyptic setting and awesome visuals. It’s also quite difficult and requires lots of time to beat. That said, it’s one of our favorite games on PS4 right now, as well as one of our favorites in general.
Just look at it: why wouldn’t you want to play it? Most people would agree that Sony outdid themselves with Uncharted 4. We’d go even further and say that it’s one of their best games ever made—period.
Team Ninja’s long-awaited action RPG is finally here and it doesn’t disappoint. Boasting a deep combat system, creative enemy designs, and a dark Japanese setting, Nioh promises to be an instant classic. If you enjoy Dark Souls and games of its ilk then you will love Nioh.
But if it sounds a little too hardcore for your tastes then there are more approachable options below. And don’t worry about missing out on some truly special content: we have covered every game (aside from indie titles) available for PS4 today – so all of these games are solid buys! That said, let’s take a look at our top 10…
10) Resident Evil 7
Resident Evil 7 reinvigorated a beloved horror franchise and set new standards for gameplay mechanics. The game is more interactive than most, meaning you’ll have to move around more, making it more immersive and nerve-wracking.
Plus, banned videos found hidden throughout add extra scares—you’re never quite sure when you’ll pop up again, or what state of mind you’ll be in next time you see them. And finally: a plot twist that’s sure to leave you reeling long after your screen goes dark.