Best PS4 games for 2020

The just-unveiled PlayStation 5 will be nearing before a finish of 2020. But we could remonstrate that — right now — a PlayStation 4 has one of a best catalogues in console history.

Just demeanour during a abounding library of AAA games disdainful to a PS4: Spider-Man, Bloodborne, The Last of Us Part 2, God of War. The list goes on and on and we’ve not even gotten started on a cross-platform titles or a large list of indies also available.

So sure, we could wait until after this year, when a PS5 is released, though you’d be blank out on some of a best video games ever made. 

Before we buy, however, cruise a following:

  • We’ve enclosed links to a digital chronicle of any diversion during a PlayStation online store, if we don’t wish a front version, that are sole during related retailers around a red buttons.
  • Apex Legends is giveaway to play (for PlayStation Plus subscribers), usually use that digital couple to download it.
  • In further to freebies like Apex Legends, Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone, subscribers to PlayStation Plus get dual giveaway games per month. It’s fine, though partially miserly when put adult opposite a Xbox Game Pass Ultimate collection, that offers subscribers open entrance to dozens of games. 
  • Nearly all PS4 games should be playable on a PS5, so any investment we make in these games should transition simply if and when we ascent to a new console.

With those caveats in place… on to a games.

Here are some of a favorite PS4 games now available.

Naughty Dog

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You can conduct here for a full, notation demeanour during The Last of Us Part 2, though we’ll give we a Cliff Notes here: This is a brutal, surpassing video diversion knowledge that not usually works in terms of a second-to-second combat, though also has copiousness to contend about a dim inlet of punish and a cyclical inlet of guileless violence. Early contender for 2020 diversion of a year.

See Gamespot’s The Last of Us Part 2 review.

Square Enix

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The Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of those games that incited out improved than anyone could have practically expected. 

It’s pleasing — definitely pleasing — and a reinvented fight complement is a good change between aged and new.

See GameSpot’s Final Fantasy VII review.


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Endless online sermon about a problem aside, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is another masterpiece from Dark Souls creator FromSoftware.

Sekiro shares a small of a DNA that finished Dark Souls so compelling, though it’s positively a mint beast, even some-more graphic from a Souls array than Bloodborne. It requires training a whole new skillset (mainly parrying) though it’s value a initial pain.

See GameSpot’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review.

Santa Monica Studio

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It’s a finish reinvention for one of a PlayStation’s many unchanging series.

God of War is greatly good. The new fight complement takes a while to get used to, though once it clicks, it unequivocally clicks. God of War is an comprehensive showcase for a PlayStation 4 (and generally a PlayStation 4 Pro). Get that thing going on 60 frames per second. You’ll have yourself a good time.

See GameSpot’s God of War review.


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Spider-Man is substantially a best superhero video diversion given Batman: Arkham Asylum. It’s a small derivative, though there’s no denying it’s a well-made, magnificently discriminating video game. You should substantially check it out.

See GameSpot’s Spider-Man review.

Rockstar Games

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I meant obviously. 

It’s been a while given Rockstar has expelled a new video game, though Red Dead Redemption 2 has been value a wait. This is a video diversion drizzling in detail. Get by a delayed start and engage yourself in one of a best video diversion worlds ever built.

See GameSpot’s Red Dead Redemption 2 review.


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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a unequivocally large game. It takes around 5 hours for a opening credits to hurl and, depending on how quick we go, it competence take around 20 hours for a diversion to scrupulously strike a stride.

But once it gets good, it gets unequivocally good. Just ready yourself for a bit of time investment on this one.

See GameSpot’s Assassin’s Creed Odyssey review.

Respawn Entertainment

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Well this diversion came out of nowhere.

Apex Legends is a diversion nobody saw coming. In 2018 Fortnite literally ruled a informative universe, though now a position atop a conflict royale genre is being challenged by Apex Legends and with good reason. Designed by a core group obliged for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and, some-more recently, a stately Titanfall series, Apex Legends usually feels so good notation to minute. Look for this diversion to hang around.

See GameSpot’s Apex Legends review.

Guerilla Games

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Horizon: Zero Dawn is like Video Games: The Greatest Hits.

It has a sprawling goal structure of The Witcher 3, Metroid Prime-style scanning, Tomb Raider-esque crawl and arrows and survival. 

And it has fricken’ drudge dinosaurs with fricken’ laser beams. 

It also — somehow — weaves a ridiculous high judgment into a story that not usually works, though is indeed impossibly compelling, inspiring and facilities good essay and layered characters. 

It’s arguably a best diversion on a PlayStation 4.

See GameSpot’s Horizon: Zero Dawn review.


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FromSoftware doesn’t make bad video games. It creates classics, stone-cold classics, one after another.

But Bloodborne competence be a best FromSoftware diversion yet. 

A code new universe, a faster paced fight style, ludicrously well-designed environments and pleasing rivalry design. Bloodborne is difficult, though it’s greatly rewarding. Crucially, it’s a good entrance indicate into a “Souls” genre.

See GameSpot’s Bloodborne review.

CD Projekt Red

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The Witcher 3 is glorious.

A mind-bendingly large open star that somehow doesn’t scapegoat depth. Visually glorious. It also facilities surprisingly good essay and a goal structure that creates normal side-quests feel meaningful.

Prepare to scapegoat many of your life to this behemoth. 

See GameSpot’s The Witcher 3 review.


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Do we like inter-dimensional, high-school play anime featuring tremendously attractive teenagers fighting wicked manifestations from another universe?

Boy, do we have a video diversion for you.

Spoilers: The diversion is Persona 5.

See GameSpot’s Persona 5 review.

Kojima Productions/Konami

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From a storytelling viewpoint Metal Gear Solid V is a brutal, unprepared mess.

But that doesn’t even matter.

Because a comprehensive core of Metal Gear Solid 5 — a sneaking, a moment-to-moment cat-and-mouse diversion of escaped guards — is usually so mechanically unenlightened and polished.

Metal Gear Solid is concurrently a many permitted Metal Gear diversion ever finished and a many complex. I’m still scratching my conduct as to how they achieved that.

Play this video game.

See GameSpot’s Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain review.

Remedy Entertainment/Sony

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A wild, fantastic (and totally bizarre) video game, Control is one of a many desirous and engaging large bill games of a year. Fans of a X-Files (and maybe even Twin Peaks) will suffer this.

See GameSpot’s Control review.

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Mortal Kombat is still kicking and, some competence say, is improved than ever. Ignore. Once on a time Mortal Kombat was a gimmicky ultraviolent aspirant to a high Street Fighter II. Now it’s a fantastic fighting diversion in a possess right, with a possess set of strengths. This is a best Mortal Kombat diversion to date.

See GameSpot’s Mortal Kombat 11 review.

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Rocket League is soccer with cars and it is so good we can’t even trust it exists in this broken, hurtful world.

It’s not utterly as renouned compared to when it was primarily expelled and everybody was going crazy, though Rocket League still has a large core community.

And a diversion is usually so instantly fun. So we should substantially play it.

See GameSpot’s Rocket League review.

Naughty Dog

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Uncharted 4 isn’t a strongest entrance in a array (that’s still a bar-setting Uncharted 2) though it’s still a benchmark in visible storytelling excellence.

It’s a small bit too long, with approach too many sharpened sections, though Uncharted 4 does some truly ground-breaking things in terms of video diversion storytelling.

And it’s one of a many pleasing games ever made.

See GameSpot’s Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End review.

Jonathan Blow

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The Witness is designed to make we feel like a finish idiot.

In a good way.

You know how games like Metroid and Zelda arrange of beam your swell by solemnly giving we equipment that act like keys to unlocking mint areas?

The Witness is sorta like that, usually it upgrades your tangible brain. With puzzles.

This diversion is greatly good.

See GameSpot’s The Witness review.

Toby Fox

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Undertale is for people who have played a lot of video games.

I meant that in a good way. It’s got in-jokes, subverts tropes, it’s razor pointy and scrupulously funny. It’s also a unequivocally engaging RPG and we should play it.

See GameSpot’s Undertale review.


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Punching Nazis: The Video Game.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was one of a best games of 2017. A culturally applicable one as well.

See GameSpot’s Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus review.

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A unique, story-focused diversion that’ll bother a seductiveness of folks that favourite Gone Home, Dear Esther or games of that ilk.

Like those games, What Remains of Edith Finch is narratively driven, brief though affecting.

See GameSpot’s What Remains of Edith Finch review.


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Doom is greatly good. This is determined fact. This reboot had no right being as good as it is. It harks behind to a opposite kind of first-person shooter. It’s about removing adult tighten and personal with monster-demons and spilling their innards on blood-stained floors.

See GameSpot’s Doom review.

PlatinumGames/Square Enix

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Nier: Automata was expelled in a same calendar year as games like Breath of a Wild, Mario Odyssey and Horizon: Zero Dawn, though there are people who consider Nier: Automata was improved than all of those video games.

I disagree, though even entrance tighten to that turn of peculiarity is intense. Nier: Automata deserves your courtesy during a unequivocally least. It’s greatly good.

See GameSpot’s Nier: Automata review.


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Every so mostly Resident Evil becomes overwhelming again. There’s a cycle.

Resident Evil 2: awesome. Resident Evil 4: unequivocally awesome.

Resident Evil 5 by to 6: not awesome.

Resident Evil 7: greatly awesome.

It’s good to see a granddaddy of video diversion fear array behind to a best. This diversion is wild. Brace yourself.

See GameSpot’s Resident Evil 7 review.

Respawn Entertainment/EA

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Just when we consider it’s protected to write a first-person shooter off as a prosaic genre abandoned of innovation, along comes Titanfall 2. Titanfall 2 is like any other shooter solely wall running, double jumping, branch into enormous robots and uh…

Actually it’s not like another shooter during all. That’s since it’s so great.

See GameSpot’s Titanfall 2 review.

Blizzard Entertainment

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You already know about Overwatch.

This diversion is kinda during a best on PC, though a console chronicle also rules. Just a tremendously finished online shooter with good impression pattern and well-balanced gameplay.

See GameSpot’s Overwatch review.


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Did we like Destiny? Do we like replaying a same levels over and over, harsh compartment we can grub no some-more with your friends? Abandoning a genuine star in hunt of fleeting pleasures?

Boy, do we have a diversion for you.

Nah, usually joking. Destiny 2 is mostly good, and a updates that came along with Destiny 2: Forsaken finished it even better. Note that we can get started with a free-to-play chronicle of Destiny 2, too.

See GameSpot’s Destiny 2: Forsaken.


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Dark Souls 3, like all Dark Souls games, is an acquired taste. But once we acquire that taste, all else is charcoal in your mouth.

These games are good.

Dark Souls 3 is good since it’s discriminating and complicated and eliminates a lot of a clunk of Dark Souls. It also facilities some of a best turn pattern in any “Souls” diversion to date.

See GameSpot’s Dark Souls 3 review.


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Inside is short, unfortunate and stays with we prolonged after you’re done.

It unequivocally is one of those memorable gaming experiences. To explain some-more would spoil it. Just know that it is polished, smart, unique, interesting: It’s a well-made “thing” that we should experience. (Note that a sell version, related below, comes finished with Limbo, another stately — despite brief — game.)

See GameSpot’s Inside review.


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Monster Hunter: World is a new child on a block.

In a lot of ways it feels like a entrance out celebration for a Monster World series, that has always been outrageous in Japan, though has usually flirted with success in a west.

Now it feels like everybody is articulate about Monster Hunter, and with good reason. It takes what we already adore about Monster Hunter and creates it some-more permitted and… bigger. We’ve been used to personification Monster Hunter on underpowered handhelds. Playing it on a large child console usually takes Monster Hunter to a stratosphere.

See GameSpot’s Monster Hunter: World review.


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Probably a best video diversion reconstitute ever. Evokes a suggestion of a strange Resident Evil 2 though doesn’t feel creaky or dated. Works as an nostalgia square though is also ideally playable for newcomers. It feels like a shining compliance of a form of diversion nobody unequivocally creates any more.

See GameSpot’s Resident Evil 2 review.

Kojima Productions

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Yes, this PS4 disdainful is one of a weirdest games in new memory — as you’d design from Hideo Kojima, a fomenter diversion impresario behind a Metal Gear Solid series. And it was positively divisive: We found this post-apocalyptic fetch quest to be (mostly) ponderous, while a colleagues during GameSpot gave it high marks.

See GameSpot’s Death Stranding review.

Bethesda/id Software

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Doom Eternal rules. It’s unequivocally many in a capillary of a Doom reboot that launched in 2016, though that’s a good thing. We contend it’s a many steel diversion ever made.

Cool additions embody all-new methods of maneuvering via a game’s insanely aroused universe. Very cold stuff.

See GameSpot’s Doom Eternal review.

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