PlayStation 4 rests safely on the throne in this century in random console wars. It’s the best-selling channel of the bunch, with its early popularity largely related to its strong exclusive titles and vigorously timed DLC offers in the face of the competition. Things have been going on in recent years as it comes to exclusives, but over the century, Sony’s system wedge has created a robust portfolio of games in every possible category.
The Best Games That You Can Play On Your PS4 Right Now
1. Resident Evil 3 Remake
A Remake of popular game in the Resident Evil franchise.
This is a remastered / remake of the hit Resident Evil 3 game that was released back in 1999. It is also regarded in Japan as a biohazard. It’s pretty popular with viewers, but some viewers aren’t pleased because they’re adjusting multiple ending scenarios. Many end scenarios were present in the original game. Also, the game is not very good and there is a drop in the selling of this product.
None the less one will have to play this game if you’re a fan of one of the greatest gaming franchises. Redeveloped from the scratch using the powerful RE Engine of CAPCOM, Jill Valentine goes face to face with the famous archenemy in Raccoon City. The game is small and the volume of cut material bumped into RE fans, but Jill and Claire’s personalities are the best aspects of the game.
2. Ghost Of Tsushima
Jin Sakai from Ghost of Tsushima
This game is a PS4 exclusive game and one of the last big titles to be produced of this generation console before the arrival of PS5. This is the latest title from the creators of popular games such as the Sly Cooper and the Infamous series. There is no doubt about the quality of the game in terms of gameplay and story. It is one of the best games to play in 2020.
I have played this game recently and have seen an in-depth look at the gameplay that looks great and reveals the open-world exploring, combat, modification, and more with their breathtaking atmosphere and gorgeous Japanese soundtrack. It tells the story of Jin Sakai the last samurai on Tsushima Island during the first invasion of Japan by the Mongols.
3. Nioh 2
A prequel to Nioh.
Ghost of Tsushima is not the only samurai title we’ve got this year. Nioh’s latest update to the first half of 2020. Set years before the events of the original game, this next chapter focuses on a player-created protagonist with unique Yokai abilities. The plot game takes place after the Siege of Osaka. Players take on the role of the protagonist of hiding, a half-yōkai dubbed “Shifting,” for whom the trip through the Sengoku period starts when they are friends with Kinoshita Tōkichiro, a trader seeking to make his mark in history by selling Amrita and Mumyo, the demon hunter of the Sohaya clan.
Around the same time, Kashin Koji, a shadowy being interested in the history of hiding, is also on the side of the group, which at any moment disrupts them.
For lovers of hybrid hack and slash RPGs with Japanese settings, Nioh 2 offers more spectacular set pieces and difficult boss fights that may challenge the Souls series. And talking about the Souls game, Nioh 2 has a multiplayer mode where you can invite up to three players in insane coop fashion.
The game is currently exclusive for PlayStation 4, but now with the state of gaming, expect a Console release shortly!
4. The Last Of Us Part 2
One Of the most talked about games of this year
The successor to the hit 2013 game The Last of Us, this game ranks second on our Best Games To Play 2020 list. The second is one of the most awaited games to be played in the 2020 ranks, in comparison to Cyberpunk 2077. This title is now a PS exclusive app and fans are still hoping to play this game on a Laptop. After a long time, the second version of this hit game was eventually made available to fans. This is the new chapter, five years after the first film, followed by Ellie’s risky search for vengeance after abuse in Jackson,
Wyoming, which destroyed her world and disrupted her happy life. Ellie is the leader in this video, a rude, thrilling adventure based on new moves, stealth, and gunplay.
5. Final Fantasy VII Remake
A new remake of Final Fantasy
We actually got to go back to Midgar this year, and it was great. Yeah, of course, a certain game surrounded by this excitement was likely to get a lot of criticism, but the remake is a masterful re-imagination of the title that redefines what the RPG would be. This is a stunningly beautiful game that brings fresh life to some of the most memorable gameplay characters and environments, yet more than that, it totally reshapes the battle structure to be something entirely different, and yet still evocative of the original.
There is a legitimate reason to be upset that the remake plot only encompasses about 30 percent of the original game, but the way FF7 Remake digs into that 30 percent and builds on items like Jessie’s history, Sector 7 slum life, and Cloud’s friendship with his fellow avalanche buddies is completely outstanding.
Final Fantasy VII Remake added an enticing form of RPG play, both by combining the group balance system from conventional RPGs with more flexible, flashy combat and by overturning the RPG structure. The reconstruction of the FF7 does not override the original in any way whatsoever. Instead, it does something much better: it establishes so it looks like a genuinely special experience.
6. Doom Eternal
A new game in the DOOM Franchise.
Doom Eternal launched a few months ago and still got all the attention of fans of FPS gaming because of his visual storytelling. Visual effects as well as the sheer speed of the game propel PCs and new generation consoles to their absolute limits. DOOM: Eternal, like its predecessor, is a gritty shooter that wipes out new gameplay features like cover-up shooting and stealth in favor of old school running and gunning.
However, that doesn’t mean that these games are pointless shooters. In fact, there is a great deal of emphasis on the strategy and tactics used to get through the field, to bring down opponents as quickly and as skilfully as possible while retaining high enthusiasm.
7. Mortal Sell
Mortal Sell, saul series like game.
Throughout Mortal Shell, you play an enigmatic being, an unnamed humanoid carcass known as Foundling, a silky beast with the power to harden its flesh. You turn between four ‘shells’ of armor made of muscle, bone, and metal, as you head out on a quest to uncover the mystery, layer by layer, of this shattered world and its people.
Instead of picking a vocation or education, you have four different modes of play to start with. From a fast and agile rogue-like character to a tank capable of taking damage, to a well-balanced fighter.
You should take on each of these body styles and find the style of play you want, or if you get bored, you should turn it around. Each of these shells comes with its own equipment enhancements and capabilities which brings variety to the game that other soul games lac