PlayStation 4: Games Confirmed To Date

Here are PlayStation 4’s confirmed games to date.

Now that Xbox One has become basically a disaster area full of confusing statements and contradictions, more people than ever are switching to Sony’s new machine with their loyalty. Who can blame them? Even the Wii U could see serious sales from this.

In the meantime, let’s recount the games that have been confirmed for PlayStation 4.

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag will have you killing off targets with yet another ancestor of Desmond Miles. This time he’s a British pirate and the grandfather of Connor.

Battlefield 4 is a first-person shooter set in urban environments.

Blacklight: Retribution is a free to play futuristic first-person shooter using heavily armored exoskeletons.

Call of Duty: Ghosts is a war simulator that puts you in the role of a secret team ten years after the previous game. You get a dog this time.

Deep Down is a mystery game supposedly in a fantasy setting from Capcom.

Destiny is the new project from the makers of Halo, and not much is known about it yet.

Diablo III is the MMORPG based on the titular character trying to break free from Hell. It’s your job to stop him.

DriveClub is a first-person driving simulator that focuses on sharing between players.

Final Fantasy is one of the most well-known role-playing series ever created from Square.

Infamous: Second Son is the third game in the Infamous series, where a regular human gains super powers.

Killzone: Shadow Fall is a futuristic mission-based war game where the fate of the world is literally in your hands.

Need for Speed: Rivals is the next title in EA’s famous racing lineup.

Knack is based on a small robot whose job is to fight off goblins with its many forms.

Primal Carnage: Genesis is a single-player episodic adventure where dinosaurs have been brought back to life.

Sniper Elite 3 is apparently about you playing a professional sniper.

Thief is the next generation reboot of the classic series where you take things that aren’t yours, with echoes of Assassin’s Creed.

Watch Dogs is about a hacker/fighter who uses the electronics around him to gain intel on and kill his targets.

War Thunder is a multiplayer combat flight simulator.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a MMORPG where you have your memories back and you search for loved ones in a magical civil war.

The Witness is a puzzle game along the lines of Myst.

Among the games promised for “next generation consoles” while not specifically mentioning the PlayStation 4, we have Wolfenstein: the New Order, The Evil Within, Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, Cyberpunk 2077, Human Element, and Spec Ops.

What do you think of the games confirmed for PlayStation 4?