If you just bought ps4. You must try exclusive game list from playstation that we recommend for you to play. We only give 15 best PS4 exclusive games that you need to try. Enjoy to Play!
15. Killzone: Shadow Fall
Before there was Horizon Zero Dawn, there was Killzone. Guerrilla Games’ acclaimed first-person shooter is the sixth installment of the Killzone series and serves as a launch title for the PlayStation 4 way back 2013. It was created by the Decima engine and it’s set 30 years after the events of Killzone 3.
Players follow a new set of characters caught in the crossfire between the war of the Vektaand the Helghast. It was praised for its visuals, art design, and for an earlier release, its multiplayer was decent. It received a PlayScore of 7.79
14. Knack 2
Everyone loves Knack 2. Especially video game dunkey. Return to the shoes of Knack. An eponymous character who can kick, punch, change size, fight and so much more. He’s like an all in one Swiss Army Knife with a bit of a comedic side.
The game has a mixture of SONY’s popular games such as Crash Bandicoot, God of War and a touch of Katamari. Go all-out in this action-platformer brawler experience and bask in the game’s signature style. Power up your hero, collect relics, go co-op with a friend or alone and save the world from a terrifying villain. It’s Knack 2, baby with a PlayScore of 7.92
13. Driveclub Bikes
Get back to the tarmac as the Driveclub series expands their racing repertoire. Put aside your fancy four-wheelers and expose yourselves to the breakneck speeds of thesetwo-wheeled machines. Evolution Studios did a fine job of retaining the sleek and minimalist design and addinga few reworks to fix the bugs that haunted he franchise.
Bikes becomes a polished version with improved handling mechanics and smoother frames. There’s 12 different bikes to collect and customize, each more powerful than the next. So lean against the asphalt, sneak in a few wheelies, and watch your opponents eat your dust. It has a PlayScore of 7.95
Housemarque brings the side scrolling shooter action to the PS4. A follow up to Resogun series, it combines the platform jumping with the franticnessof bullet-hell. Survive its vertical cities with an arsenal of augmented weapons, environment-manipulating matter, and the challenges of zero gravity.
While it’s not as stunning as they previously suggested, it still has the same visual flair that we’ve come to love. It has a PlayScore of 8.05
11. MLB The Show ‘17
Sony’s critically acclaimed Baseball series is better than ever. It might not be the latest MLB game to hit the market, but it was the beginning of Sony’s studio to amp up the degree of quality and scale. The Show ‘17 renovates the ballpark with improved game modes, especially its Road ToThe Show story mode where you pave your own character’s path.
Apart from its game mode improvements, its Franchise Mode and Diamond Dynasty still serves as the ultimate Baseball experience where you can create and form a league of your own. It has a PlayScore of 8. 28
10. Tearaway Unfolded
One of PlayStation 4’s prized possessions. Go on a page-turning adventure inside Sony’s cute platforming game. From the creators of LittleBigPlanet, Tearaway Unfolded is a paper-filled world with cleverlevel designs, amazing visuals and a heartfelt story.
It’s major success lies on the PS4’s DualShock 4 capabilities. Make full use of the controller… the touchpad and gyro to navigate your character acrossthe Tearaway’s magical paper world. Fulfill his quest as a messenger and unfold mysteries along the path by jumping acrosspages, defeating monsters and saving your friends along the way. It has as PlayScore of 8.37
Another one from Housemarque’s role-playing shooter games. Defend Earth from an alien invasion of cataclysmic proportions. This isometric twin-stick shooter manages to pack a multitude of addicting elementsand varied classes to choose from.
The fate of the world lies in your hands. With its success, Housemarque added a few expansions to increase its longevity. It was well-received especially for its responsive twin-stick shooting controls. It has a PlayScore of 8.44
8. Until Dawn
Supermassive Games’ slasher horror video game takes you to a different kind of adventure. Follow Eight friends trapped in a remote mountain retreat cabin and make consequential decisions that might lead them to their doom, or salvation.
Gameplay involves around exploring and interacting with various objects while also solving dangerous traps. The game is driven by choices and cliche movie tropes. The branching narrative paths and multiple endings are all defined by the player’s choice. It has a PlayScore of 8.57
7. InFamous: Second Son
The game that started PlayStation 4’s success. Play as Delsin Rowe in his journey to self-discovery after realizing the potential of his superhuman abilities. Explore the open-world Seattle and rise against the oppressive Department of Unified Protection.
Fly, glide and fight with your colorful, exploding superpowers. Critics unanimously praised its fluid controls, dazzling special effects and the combat. That’s gameplay excellence right there. Similar to Until Dawn, your choices play a part in this game. Decide whether you want to be the good kind of hero, or the other way around. It has a PlayScore of 8.58
6. Gravity Rush 2
Control the flow of space in Project Siren’s award-winning series. Kat makes her return as the daring Gravity Queen. Follow her journey battling the Nevis after the events of the first game. In this sequel, soar through the skies with its improved gravity mechanic. The beloved Kat can now seamlessly switch between two Gravity styles: Lunar and Jupiter.
These two different types aid Kat in her quest to save its city filled with glowing colors. Lunar makes for lighter actions, while Jupiter relies on the heavy stuff. The game was so consistent in its follow-up that it received positive acclaim. It exceeded fan expectations and it receives a PlayScore of 8.75
5. Ratchet & Clank
Also making a return to the PlayStation family is this iconic duo. Not just a simple remake or remaster… it’s a completely new experience. Developer Insomniac Games manages to release a game that stays true to the original and at the same time introducing several improvements.
It will please both long-time fans and new gamers. It’s the return of everyone’s favorite Lombax and sentry robot as they battle forcesand solve puzzles. If you’re new to the series, imagine Pixar-like characters in a fun action-adventure. With insane futuristic weapons at your disposal this dynamic duo is a force to be reckonedwith. It has a PlayScore of 8.75
4. Horizon Zero Dawn
Guerilla Games’ big step towards Triple A gaming transports you to a post-apocalypticworld where mechanical creatures roam the land and humanity regresses to primitive ways. Zero Dawn is a marvel of video game design especially its impressive visuals and responsive combat.
Help Aloy find her true self in a world populated with robots. Uncover a dark mystery that threatens the existence of all humanity and find out what happened to the Old Race. It’s an open-world wonder with a PlayScore of 9.02
This Action-Adventure puts you in a gloomy Victorian world filled with grim delights and disgusting creatures. FromSoftware’s Japanese Action RPG rivals their own Souls series in terms of combat and story. Take the role of a Hunter as he explores a decrepit Gothic world plagued by a mysterious disease. Encounter blood-curdling monsters along the way and gasp in awe with its detailed designs.
It’s one of PS4’s good looking games in terms of backdrop and atmosphere. Just like the Souls series, it’s not easy. Grinding can be a chore and frustrations are a normal occurrence. Patience will be tested and the feeling of accomplishment can be very satisfying. It has a PlayScore of 9.16
2. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
The final adventure of Nathan Drake before he retires from his spelunking life. A Thief’s End signifies the series’ glory with bigger set pieces, explosive action and solid visuals. Follow Nathan and his friends in a race against time to discover a hidden pirate city filled with nothing but riches. It’s one of the epicenter of PlayStation 4 exclusives game and it defined a new generation of the action-adventure genre. It has a PlayScore of 9.45
1. God Of War
This is Sony’s latest crowning glory. Kratos’ latest adventure takes him to Norse Mythology. Sony’s violent poster boy tones down his brutal side in the hopes of being a good father. For the first time in the series, combat is completely reworked. Kratos no longer wields the iconic blades, this time, the Leviathan Axe will tear down the Nine Realms like an oak tree. With an improved over the shoulder camera, combat feels hands-on.
Together with Atreus, they go on a perilous quest that tests their personal strength and weaknesses that could change their lives forever. It’s the most mature God of War game yet, and we’re surprised we finally cared about Kratos without all the shouting. And once again, thank god for Sony Exclusives. It has a PlayScore of 9. 54