The Games Of PlayStation 4
From new Killzone and Infamous titles to Bungie's Destiny and Blizzard's Diablo III, companies announced a slew of games at Sony's PlayStation 4 presentation today. Here's a round-up of every story we wrote about the known PlayStation 4 games.
Deep Down is a fantasy adventure that appears to offer cooperative monster hunting.
Bungie announced same day release on PS3 and PS4, as well as PlayStation exclusive content for Destiny
Blizzard announced a new partnership with Sony that will bring the famed developer back into the console scene. The first game in the partnership is Diablo III, which has been retooled for consoles and will release on both PS4 and PS3.
Team based racing takes center stage in the new PS4 title from Evolution.
The superhero power trip of the Infamous series continues on the PlayStation 4.
The Killzone series is back again with a new entry entitled Shadow Fall. The first look at the game included plenty of adrenaline inducing moments, like hanging by a rope from a plane to shot down enemies. See for yourself to determine how you think it stacks up for the series.
A little guy named Knack is the starring character in a new game from Mark Cerny all about a war against the goblins.
We saw Watch Dogs at E3 2012, and Ubisoft was cagey on where we would be able to play the game. We all assumed it was next-gen, but Ubisoft wouldn't share the details. Now Ubisoft finally confirmed that the game will be coming to PlayStation 4, and then showed some brand new gameplay.
Ever since the release of Braid, we’ve all been excited about Jonathan Blow’s next project. The Witness was announced quite awhile ago, but at Sony’s conference we learned that it would be premiering on its console, and it would lead the charge for Sony’s new platform allowing developers to self-publish their own games in an open environment.
Final Fantasy brand director Shinji Hashimoto revealed that the Final Fantasy franchise is headed to the newly announced Sony system.
Founder David Cage says the technology of the PS4 will allow Quantic Dream to convey subtle emotions and that games will be on par with film in terms of displaying character’s emotions.
Alex Evans of Media Molecule took the stage at today's Sony presser to discuss the company's vision for the PS4.