This is a collection of PlayStation 4 games. PlayStation 4 allows both interactive and physical games. Physical games are sold on Blu-ray Disc and downloadable games can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store. See Arcade Archives and Arcade Game Sequence for a compilation of emulated arcade games available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 2 games for PlayStation 4 games going on PlayStation 4 with an emulator.
That’s enough for now, though. If you just have nothing else to do with your day and life then check the list of the best PS4 titles, here’s the list. Is any going to be timeless?
1. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the production of a studio at the peak of its strength – stunning, cruel, and moving. The new game from the software developer Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
2. Dishonored 2
Dishonored 2 takes everything you enjoyed in Dishonored and strengthen it without being bloated. It’s a beautifully crafted, layered game, filled with hidden gems and mysterious tales. You can even stab people in the middle of the air.
3. The Witness
You are going too wrapped up in The Witness’s universe that it’s impossible to care about anything else. It’s one of the greatest games you will ever have. At one point, towards the end of The Witness, I was considering if it could be awesome.
Inside delights from the beginning to the end. Don’t miss out on what’s likely to be one of the best games of this generation. Playdead’s Inside, the studio’s follow-up to Limbo’s indie sweetheart.
5. Batman: Arkham Knight
Batman: Arkham Knight is the best Batman game of all time and a masterpiece of its own.
A superb, clever progression of the series. Update: Now the Bloodborne is out in the store for real people to shop.
7. Grand Theft Auto 5
The last edition of Rockstar’s greatest universe to date. Editor’s Note: Here is a description of the technological milestones of GTA 5.
8. The Last of Us: Remastered
The easiest and maybe most accurate-way to explain this PS4 edition of The Last of Us is to say that it now looks like you recall doing it on PS3. Having it working side by side with its predecessor is quite a shock: amid the apparent enormous technological accomplishment, the last generation version now seems decidedly ropey in contrast.
9. L.A. Noire
We’ve had games that made us play cop before, of course, but it’s hard to recall something that’s ever come so close to helps people feel like we’re really doing the work.
10. God of War III
God of War 3 is a hack ‘n’ slash video game built at the top level and brings what I thought would happen to new heights. It rests happily as one of my dream games of all time.
The tale of Necrobarista is not lost in its brazen anime-inspired style and maximalist design. These elements blend and flow together like a cup of damn fine coffee.
12. The Last of Us: Part II
Where it performs is not how close it is to the prestige of entertainment or films.
13. The Outer Worlds
The Outer Worlds is a stunning space opera with exquisite visuals, a profoundly entertaining cast of characters, and a closely centered plot. Kick the hornet’s nest, smoke the insects out, or creep past: your alternative could be a mega-corporation or two.
14. Mortal Kombat 11
Mortal Kombat 11 sees the series at its best, with fine-tuned scrapping and abundant content offering one of the generation’s most satisfying fighting games.
15. Hypnospace Outlaw
Hypnospace Outlaw is a great reproduction of what the Internet once was, and still is, in certain ways: a beautiful mess of friendship and chaos. It’s actually a good thing that we don’t have auto-playing songs anymore, however.
16. Devil May Cry 5
Devil May Cry 5 revels in his own gleeful stupidest, offering a world in which the most precious commodity designs.
17. Resident Evil 2 (2019)
Resident Evil 2 is more than a reboot of a classic game, it’s one of the most accomplished horror games you’re going to enjoy for a long time. Resident Evil 2 was an absolute belter.
18. Red Dead Redemption 2
Few universes are as well-realized as the one Rockstar built for Red Dead Redemption 2. Owing to some wonderful writing and stellar acting, the characters you encounter unexpectedly in the wild are captured as well as those you spend most of your days in the camp. How are you going to follow Red Dead Redemption? You’re making Red Dead Redemption 2.
19. God of War (PS4)
God of War achieves a very striking balance between the dramatic and the mundane, between the super aggressive and the domestic. Undoubtedly, this is the coolest and most fascinating God of War to date.
20. Far Cry 5
In its quieter times, Hope County is a picturesque setting for terrific Pepper Stash puzzles and an over-the-top fantasy sandbox when the volume is turned up. Taking Eden’s Gate is convincing, terrible, and a lot more fun.
Celeste’s demanding to the platform and touching plot forms a surprise hit.
22. Monster Hunter World
This long-running sequence makes the latest gene debut scandalously sweet. The scale and complexity of the worlds, and the creatures inside them, is awe-inspiring, making Monster Hunter: World a real (lizard) king of sports.
23. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
Wolfenstein II: The Latest Colossus jumps from the breakneck violence to the humor of your favorite crew, with aplomb; a masterfully made sequel.
24. Dishonored 2: Death of the Outsider
You might not have appreciated it as wonderfully as Dishonored 2, but Death of the Outsider is a fittingly tragic way to tie up a plot arc that you cherished. The Empire of the Isles is a weird, exquisitely terrible world, and this entry is no exception.
25. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Hellblade: Senua’s sacrifice is gorgeous, discomforting, and convincing. It could challenge what you enjoy about sports, but it’s a fun challenge.
26. Injustice 2
Quick, rewarding combat and the most competitive single-player for a fighting game yet, Injustice 2 is a wonderful game further improved by its attention to detail and Cavil’s good looks. Injustice 2 is a sensitive, enjoyable, meaty fighting game, which is what we’re expecting.
27. What Remains of Edith Finch
First-person, narrative-driven games usually follow trends. A victory of the genre.
28. Little Nightmares
Little Nightmares are scary, in a way that goes under the skin. A way that whispers in your ear that you’re not going to sleep well tonight. Little Nightmares takes stuff that you were terrified of when you were a child and tells you that you’re always frightened. Little Nightmares is scary, guy.
29. NieR: Automata
It has more imagination and self-awareness in its little finger than most gamers do in their entire run time. Don’t forget it, but it’s sandwiched between other, bigger titles. Adam Cook has kindly done this analysis for us.
30. The Last Guardian
Almost ten years into the development, The Last Guardian has problems but will definitely go down in history as one of the greatest love stories in video games.