The Best Sony PlayStation 4 Games for 2020


Jeffrey L. Wilson and

Gabriel Zamora

  • Dec 20, 2019 12:50PM EST
  • Dec 20, 2019
  • In 2013, a PlayStation 4 blitzed a then-new console era to turn a hottest video diversion appurtenance on a market. By capitalizing on a Xbox One’s misguided, television-focused debut, a PS4 trumped a approach rival. Sony went on to recover a some-more absolute chronicle of a system, a PlayStation 4 Pro, that delivers 4K graphics, HDR, and softened support rates (depending on a game). Yet, there was a problem. Where were a good games?

    The Top PS4 Games

    It took a while for a good games to arrive. Bloodborne, for example, was accurately a form of disdainful a PS4 needed, and a Lovecraftian action-horror diversion is still one of a best games a PS4 has to offer.

    That’s not all. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain offers glorious secrecy action, notwithstanding being a semi-disappointing end to a MGS tale in terms of narrative. Likewise, Samurai Showdown is another illusory multiplatform pretension value grabbing on a PS4, generally if you’re on a hunt for a good fighting game.

    Sony’s catalog of titles has stretched this past year to embody some truly glorious disdainful games. For example, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir delivers gorgeous 2D sprites and superb side-scrolling action. And Marvel’s Spider-Man brings thrilling, wall-crawling movement to Sony’s boxes.

    The PS4’s miss of back harmony was an emanate when a console launched, so Sony combined PlayStation Now. The streaming use lets we play hundreds of PS2, PS3, and PS4 titles. It’s also accessible on PC. Naturally, once we stop profitable for entrance to these games, we can no longer play them. The $9.99-per-month PlayStation Plus adds online multiplayer and dual giveaway games per month.

    Game On

    Long story short, there’s a lot to like about a PlayStation 4. Check out a list next for a full outline of a favorite PS4 games and let us know your favorite picks in a comments below.

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