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Known for sporting some truly excellent PS4 exclusives, as well as top notch cross-platform releases of course, there are so many games here that are worth your time. There are still some excellent upcoming PS4 games, but we've not included the likes of Elden Ring or Horizon Forbidden West because they are best experienced on the latest generation of hardware if you're able to do that.
But, what's great is that all of these are also playable on PS5, with some coming with snazzy graphical and performance upgrades for free. Plus, if you've missed out on any of them, there are so many of the top PS4 games available as part of the PlayStation Plus Collection too, which is an exclusive library of titles available to PS5 owners as part of their PS Plus subscription. However, this is disappearing on May 1, so download or add all those games to your library while you can. A lot of these games are also included for free as part of new PS Plus membership tiers, with the Extra and PS Plus Premium games libraries.
Dark Souls, the series that spawned a hundred imitators thanks to its emphasis on difficult-but-fair gameplay, came to a close with Dark Souls 3, but what a way to go out. Featuring a variety of awe-inspiring locales (some grotesque, some majestic), the same finely-tuned combat fans had come to expect, and a new emphasis on speed and versatility inspired by FromSoftware's own Bloodborne, Dark Souls 3 is a wonderful encapsulation of the series as a whole; not as scattered as Dark Souls 2, not as rough around the edges as the original. If you've been curious about the Souls games, this is where you should start.
We knew Monster Hunter World was going to deliver something special but no one expected quite the level of depth and beauty awaiting within Capcom's updated action RPG, or how quickly we'd add it to our list of best PS4 games. Despite being the most accessible Monster Hunter yet, you're still going to have to wade through some intimidating tutorials to get to the good stuff but smash through that wall and be dangerously prepared to lose all of your time here. Endless weapon types, huge creatures, constantly gorgeous environments, and a terrifyingly addictive loot for spoils system means Monster Hunter will have its claws in you from the get-go. Oh, and don't forget to aim for those weakspots. You'll thank us later. If you're looking for more help, check out our Monster Hunter World tips.
Battlefield 1 takes the epic shooter series back to World War 1, and the result is some of the grittiest, bloodiest FPS action you'll ever see. This instalment has a great little story mode, which follows the exploits of several troops fighting on all fronts of the conflict, but it's all about the multiplayer with Battlefield. The variety of maps and modes is staggering here - especially with all the content added by the various DLC packs (most of which are now completely free for ALL users). Whether you prefer to stick as a soldier, or choose to drive tanks or pilot aircraft, there's a role for you in the chaotic online arena. The highlight of it all is Operations mode, which sets massive 64-player conflicts over the course of several maps, giving a real sense of back and forth battle.
Detroit: Become Home from developer Quantic Dream is a fascinating story game that centers on Detroit in the year 2038. Society has created Androids to do all their menial tasks and low-paid jobs, but Detroit: Become Human explores what happens when the Androids gain sentience and start to break their programming. One of the most beautiful games on PS4, Detroit is all about progressing the story, rather than having full control over the action, so you need to be prepared to involve yourself in a proper, engaging story before you play. Embrace Detroit's narrative, relish the choices it forces you to make, and this could be one of the most unique, interesting games you'll ever play on PS4. It's impossible to see even half the game in a single playthrough too, so there's heaps of value here.
With about 100+ hours of stuff to do in ancient Greece, and the choice of two lead characters, there's amazing value to be had in Assassin's Creed Odyssey. While the pair of leads - Alexios and Kassandra - are both strong personalities, it's the world that's the real star here. Whether you're dashing across it on a steed, or sailing around it in your own, fully-crewed ship, the sheer variety of things to see and do is staggering. There's a full RPG system to tinker with, adding more depth than any previous Creed, and a revamped combat system that really highlights the nuances of the character customization options. While the formula has come a long, long way from the series' pure stealth origins, making this the most action-heavy Assassin's Creed to date, the heart of the franchise is still in there, with world-ending conspiracies and engaging sub-plots ever present. Sure, there's a lot of competition for your game time in 2018, but Assassin's Creed Odyssey is a high-watermark for Assassin's Creed games and deserves your attention.
Nier: Automata may not be the most expansive, content-filled, or open-ended RPG in the world (or even on this list), but it's definitely the best game to star an android dressed in gothic Lolita fashion while waxing philosophical about the nature of humanity, morality, and free will. Combat is fast, fluid, and satisfying, while a unique and award-winning soundtrack ranges from exciting to melancholy to mystical to inspiring. This is the type of game where you take side quests from a robot that models itself after early 20th century French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre before flying off in your power armor to battle a giant kaiju machine with lasers and 10-foot long katanas. It's weird, wild, and not to be missed.
The true successes of Uncharted 4 lie in the details. Oh, sure, you have the big action set-pieces that the series is known for, where everything hero Nathan Drake touches falls apart around him in Michael Bay levels of destruction. And the attention to detail in those moments - how wood splinters into pieces under gunfire, or how Nathan's clothing gets caked in mud during a high-octane car chase - certainly makes it shine as a bit of impressive tech to show off to your friends. But it's how Uncharted nails the small moments that makes it truly great. For the first time in the series, Naughty Dog has given the series' characters some room to grow as actual people, filling in the details where you least expect them to, and these smaller moments make the big ones feel all that more impactful. As explosive as Uncharted 4 is, it's also deeply personal - and it's a hell of a showpiece for your PS4, to boot.
Sure, by now you've probably heard all the hype, and it might have even put you off slightly in that weird hipster way that hype always manages, but What Remains of Edith Finch is one of those beautiful reminders that games can make you feel everything. Exploring her family home, the titular Edith Finch gradually uncovers the stories of the Finch's through the ages, each one opening up a new experience and story. From exploring a Halloween horror adventure in a graphic novel to simply flying a kite, every chapter is a new surprise. To give away any more is to spoil the magic of this walking sim but yes, it will break your heart and make you cry, but only in the best possible way. What Remains of Edith Finch is a beautiful experience that never feels emotionally manipulative, only ever incredibly human, and a poignant reflection on the stories that make us who we are. Even if we didn't always know it.
Fortnite is the most fun you can have on PS4 for free - and I do mean totally free, because you don't even need a PS Plus subscription to play online. Fortnite's Battle Royale mode has taken the world by storm, enchanting players with intense shootouts and towering build battles as they compete to be the last of 100 standing. Regular developer updates add new weapons, modes, and thoughtful tweaks to baseline mechanics every week, keeping the game fresh even if you already have a few dozen wins under your belt. And don't forget about Save the World mode if you're in the mood for something more cooperative, though you will have to pay to play that one (for now).
Swinging straight into the top five (sorry, yes, that's the most played-out pun ever) Spider-Man PS4 is one of the most fun, immediately joyful games you'll ever pop into your PlayStation. It looks incredible, sure, and the game itself is massive, but what impresses most is the feel of swinging around New York as the web-slinger himself. There's plenty to do, and the variety of non-story stuff is impressive, but the real beauty lies in the slick, free, and utterly wonderful swinging. The fact that the story has all the heart and humor of Spidey's latest Marvel outings only enhances an already brilliant super-hero game. With a neat Photo Editor included, and a stack of DLC to get involved with, you could be playing Spider-Man for months... and still have a grin on your face when you've finished.
The Last of Us 2 is finally here, and oh boy was it worth the wait. Ellie is back with an all-new story that will kick you in the stomach repeatedly with how much emotion it's packing. Brutal violence is matched with one of the most engrossing game storylines of all time, full of moments that will make you question so much, and leave you with thoughts that I think will last most of us until the PS6... This is an absurdly ambitious epic that goes beyond anything we could have imagined for a sequel, and stands as one of the games we'll be talking about for generations to come.
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