With so many TBAs, here are the confirmed exclusives for PS4!
There are a lot of anticipated games for the PS4. In addition to games being released cross platform, there are quite a few PS4 exclusives that have recently been confirmed for a 2017 release date. While some may be expected for 2017, we’re covering the games that have been officially confirmed.
35. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone
This is a PS4 port of the rhythm game “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade.” It is similar to other rhythm games like “Guitar Hero,” “Rock Band,” and “Dance Dance Revolution.”
Developer: Sega | Release Date: January 10
34. 2064: Read Only Memories
This is an expanded version of a 2015 release of the same name. This version includes full voice acting, new puzzles, and new writing.
Developer: Midboss | Release Date: January 17
33. Gravity Rush 2
This continues the story of the first game where you play as Kat going through the aerial city of Hekseville. As seen from the trailer, there is a vast improvement in the graphics and tweaks to the gameplay as well.
Developer: SIE Japan Studio and Project Siren | Release Date: January 20
32. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue
In preparation for the upcoming “Kingdom Hearts” sequel, this remastered version is filled with content. This is a collection of “Kingdom Hearts” games including a remaster of the “Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance” title. HD versions of previous titles aren’t this package’s only accolade, expanded content is included as well.
Developer: Square Enix 1st Production Department | Release Date: January 24
31. Tales of Berseria
This is an action-RPG where you play as a character named Velvet. Journeying across the kingdom of Midgand she is joined by a group of pirates for a story filled with an ample amount of cinematics to accompany gameplay.
Developer: Bandai Namco Studios | Release Date: January 24
30. Yakuza 0
As a prequel to the original “Yakuza,” you play as Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima as they make their way up through the rankings of the criminal underworld. This is set during 1988 and filled with action.
Developer: Sega | Release Date: January 24
29. Double Dragon IV
Bringing back the nostalgia from the original NES title, “Double Dragon IV” takes Billy and Jimmy on a new journey. Classic gamers can look forward to the same side-scrolling, beat-em-up action!
Developer: Arc System Works | Release Date: January 30
28. Digimon World: Next Order
With the Pokemon craze being so rampant, many may have forgot about Digimon. This is the first Digimon title to reach the west in over 10 years. In “Digimon World: Next Order” you play as a high schooler sucked into the world to fight an army of Machinedramons.
Developer: B.B. Studio | Release Date: January 31
This is an open-ended dungeon crawler that falls into the realm of sci-fi. You play as a widowed father named David, in search of his kidnapped daughter.
Developer: Sega | Release Date: January 31
From the Team Ninja, the studio that brought you “Ninja Gaiden,” comes “Nioh.” Many are saying this shares similarities with the “Dark Souls” series and with Team Ninja behind it, expect the game to be challenging.
Developer: Team Ninja | Release Date: February 9
25. Horizon: Zero Dawn
This has been one of the more anticipated games for 2017. We got a glimpse at E3 and fans reveled in its visual glory. This may be one of the key games to show off the improvements of the PS4 Pro.
Developer: Guerrilla Games | Release Date: February 28