The lights are on
Sure, streaming, television, and video recording are great features to have in a console platform. They aren’t what gets you to open your wallet and bring home an expensive piece of gaming hardware. We’ve heard your pleas. You want games.
That’s why we’ve put together a quick rundown of the games to look forward to. We'll continue to update this list, and if you see something missing, please let us know. Here is everything we know that's planned for the PlayStation 4 in 2014.
Fluster Cluck - October 21Chickens in UFOs. What more could you want to know?
Just Dance 2015 - October 21Ubisoft's annual dance franchise is a huge seller, and it's no wonder it'll be back.
The Legend of Korra - October 21Nickelodeon's hit cartoon is getting the video game treatment courtesy of Activision and Platinum Games.
Race the Sun - October 21Flippify’s endless runner is about going fast. As pilots of a solar-powered craft, players will need to speed across the terrain while dodging obstacles and attacks.
Samurai Warriors 4 - October 21Tecmo Koei is delivering a huge helping of Musou this year. This branch of the franchise takes place in Japan.
Shadow Warrior - October 21Swords, guns, and magic are your weapons in Flying Wild Hog's re-envisioning of this classic shooter.
The Walking Dead Season Two - October 21The award-winning series continues later this year in a full, retail package.
Lords of the Fallen - October 28Players will take on the role of Harkin, humanity's last hope against a crushing tide of demons.
NBA Live 15 - October 28EA is giving its basketball title another shot this year. This time, it's going head-to-head with 2K Sports.
Singstar - October 28Sony's karaoke title makes the jump to PS4.
Costume Quest 2 - "Halloween"While not tagged with a specific date, Double Fine has promised to deliver the game around Halloween. Whether that means right on the day or shortly before, we don't know yet, but we're confident the studio will hit the mark.
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth - November 4Nicalis has retuned and added to the hit PC indie title, now coming to both PS4 and Vita.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - November 4Sledgehammer Games takes the reins for the first time in this year's Call of Duty title. The game takes place in 2054 and stars Kevin Spacey as the leader of the world's largest PMC.
Citizens of Earth - November 4This failed Kickstarter was given a second chance by Atlus. Players will step into the shoes of the Vice President of the United States and assemble a party of normal people to fight monsters and aliens.
Rocksmith - November 4Ubisoft's guitar tutorial game will let you rock out on PS4 soon.
The Wolf Among Us - November 4Telltale's take on the Fables comic series will be coming to retail.
Assassin’s Creed Unity - November 11This Assassin’s Creed title will be PC and new-gen only. After a leak forced Ubisoft’s hand, we got our first look at Assassins during the French revolution.
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - November 11Batman and friends take on Brainiac in an all new Lego adventure.
Dragon Age: Inquisition - November 18BioWare's upcoming return to Thedas is one of this fall's most anticipated titles.
LittleBigPlanet 3 - November 18LittleBigPlanet 3 is under development at Sumo Digital, who has added three new characters with their own abilities.
Far Cry 4 - November 18The action moves from the tropics to the Himalayas this year.
Grand Theft Auto V - November 18The long-awaited new-gen update to Grand Theft Auto is coming this fall.
Never Alone - November 18A puzzle platformer based on Alaskan native stories.
WWE 2K15 - November 18Wrestlng fans step into the ring on PlayStation 4 for the first time this fall.
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions - November 25Activision has resurrected the Sierra label, and its first title is Geometry Wars 3. There are some changes to the formula, including boss battles and new multiplayer options.
The Crew - December 2Ubisoft’s open-world racer will finally be making an appearance this fall. Will the social features be the hook that the publisher hopes?
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris - December 9Lara is back in a new, four-player adventure. The sequel to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will be out this December.
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Read on for a list of titles that are confirmed, but don't yet have a release date.
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