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Sony has announced a launch lineup for the PlayStation 4 that includes 33 games for the system before the end of the year.
The console comes out on November 15, and Sony says that there will be 15 disc-based games (which you can also get as downloads) as well as additional download-only titles to make up a total of 33 games for the PlayStation 4.
Killzone: Shadow Fall (shown), Watch Dogs, and Driveclub are among the titles that will appear on November 15 alongside the system.
Competitor Microsoft says it will have 23 titles at the launch of the Xbox One. Whether that too refers to the console's launch window or day one is unknown.
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The new Killzone:SF multiplayer screens have sold me on picking it up on Day One alongside Watch Dogs.
Nice lineup. I plan on getting many of these titles.
I'm not all that interested in either launch lineup. I'll stick with my 360/PS3 combo for the rest of the year.
Awesome. I need to preorder Watch Dogs and Kilzone for sure.
I already preordered and paid for mine along with Killzone, Watch Dogs, Infamous: Second Son, BF4, and a couple of others. I am actually glad that Infamous isn't going to be a launch title. Too many games to play all at once. Who hasn't been plagued with a backlog of great games this gen? I wouldn't want to start out the next gen with an automatic backlog!
There are a few in there that I'm looking forward to, but I think there are more downloadable games that I'm interested in.
There is but one thing that I truly hope Killzone: Shadow Fall will have: a Helghast campaign. I'm done being the generally dry, non-interesting ISA scum. For the glory of Helghan!
P.S. I don't care how, but bring back Radec's heavenly voice please.
Personally I think the Xbox One has a stronger launch lineup, even though they are both very similar.