With rumors surrounding the release of a new PlayStation model, the popularity of PlayStation 4 has remained unwavering as game developers have been persistently releasing new games for the console every year. Currently offering 2,000 games on PlayStation 4 it is quite unlikely the popularity of the console would die out.
The competition between video game creators is not slowing down. Developers keep releasing new games and sequels of popular franchises recurrently. While it may feel heavy on your wallet, some PlayStation 4 games have become so incredibly popular it almost makes a gamer, who has never played those games, feel sinful.
Without further ado, connect your gaming system to spectrum internet, choose a game you like from this list and game away!
- Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 2 did not spook you as much as its sequel Resident Evil: Nemesis did but wasn’t that back way in 1998? Graphic design employed in video games has continually improved and become more realistic since. Resident Evil 2 was remade in 2019 and the survival horror did not fail to earn its place amongst PS4 players.
You can choose to play as the newbie police officer and heartthrob Leon Kennedy or as Claire Redfield who is out in the T-virus ridden Raccoon City looking for her brother Chris Redfield.
The popularity of the Resident Evil franchise is widespread among millennial gamers. It took Capcom 20 years to release an entirely revamped version of Resident Evil, but the wait has been worth it. The games like The Forest were also getting prominence by then. The Forest Cheats and codes were available for the next level players who live with it.
- Apex Legends
You might have convinced yourself the Battle Royale craze has already ended. But guess what? It has not. Fortnite and PUBG are not the only two games available to appease your short of adrenaline for Battle Royale games. Rather developer Respawn Entertainment did not waver in the wake of the competition and in February 2019 released a competitive Battle Royale game, Apex Legends.
The game might not have secured a visible spot in the mainstream gaming trends but since it is free on PS4 and Xbox One, console gamers have vouched for it. If you have been a fan of Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall, you will be amused to find this game is based on the very same universe as in Titanfall. A flair of familiarity will therefore accompany you while playing Apex Legends.
- God of War
The Norse mythology is not only about the son of Odin and God of thunder Thor as portrayed in the Marvel comic universe. God of War brought forward a more gruesome and realistic outlook on the mythology and its newest sequel has turned many heads with its new plotline.
This time you are able to wander about the Norse universe with not only Kratos but also his son, Atreus. The gameplay is simply impeccable and the gripping story is what makes God of War so distinctive and interesting compared to other action-adventure games. The story follows the narratives of its previous sequels but does it so faultlessly that no one has complained about any plot holes in the story so far.
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Japanese game development studio From Software, released Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice which is best known as a fusion of Dark Souls and Bloodborne. All three games have been developed and published by FromSoftware but Sekiro is not your ordinary action-adventure game where you roam about looking for souls to capture or kill enemies lurking in your nightmares.
The game is set in the Japanese Sengoku period and the thirst to avenge a rival clan is prominent in Sekiro’s plot. Since the gameplay is similar to the Soul Series, as a player, you encounter different Boss battles after each in-game story mode ends. FromSoftware games are quite renowned for the twists in the plot and multiple endings in every game.
We are not disclosing how many endings Sekiro has, so do not fear. We will not ruin any surprises for you.
- Spider Man
Watching Spider-Man sling on webs looks fascinating on a cinema screen. But now you can do the same on your PlayStation 4. Prior Spider-Man games have not matched up to renowned games but Marvel’s Spider Man is an exception. The game allows you to swing around New York City albeit since the in-game controls are new, you will require time to learn how each works.
The gameplay dynamics will specify to you as to how to attack each enemy so it’s not as confusing as you may think. If you have always admired the friendly neighborhood superhero Spider-Man, now is the time to take full advantage of your imagination and swing away. Not to forget the spoiler alert – the game also interconnects with the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie. Better watch it beforehand, if you do not want to feel disengaged from the game’s plotline.