Top 10 PS4 Games

We all know that PS4 is now a thing of the past. But many people are not able to get the current generation console due to all the scalping, low supply. So in the meantime, check out all of the best games that are available on PS4 right now!

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1.) God of War

God of War is one of the best narrative single-player action-adventure games for the PS4. It’s a soft relaunch that keeps Kratos’ background in mind. The cherry on top is that it is only available on the PlayStation 4. A no-cut camera, immersive combat, and a massive open world to explore are just a few of the game’s technical achievements. The game’s plot is straightforward: a youngster and his father are on their way to disperse their mother’s ashes.The characters you encounter along the way, as well as the plot twists that occur, make this experience even more unforgettable. God of War is a third-person action-adventure game that also includes puzzles. You can also increase your amour and gear, which includes some minor RPG aspects. The ability to toss your weapon, the Axe, then call it back with the touch of a button is the most satisfying feeling in God of War. It has to be the most enjoyable gaming experience.


2.) Spiderman and Spiderman Miles Morales

Insomniac Games, the creators of the Ratchet and Clank franchise as well as the underappreciated Sunset Overdrive, are working on Marvel’s Spider-Man. In this adventure, you take on the role of the web-slinger, although it isn’t an origin narrative. Peter Parker has been Spider-Man for a few years, and the game’s plot centres around Mr Negative, a new adversary. It also introduces the evil 6, as well as a slew of well-known Spider-Man villains to fight. The web-swinging throughout New York City is one of the game’s highlights.It has a natural, fluid feel to it, and is, above all, a lot of fun. You can also complete an interesting set of side tasks in the game. The game’s storyline is original, and it’s not a retelling of any Spider-Man narrative we’ve heard before. This is the game for you if you want to play a fun-filled adventure that will appeal to both kids and young adults. Our review of Marvel’s Spider-Man may be found here.

Meanwhile, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a PS4 and PS5 cross-generation game that covers Miles’ tale shortly after he gains his new spider abilities. Miles is coming of age in this storyline, and he has to come to terms with the fact that “with power comes great responsibility.” The game is set in the same city as the previous Spider-Man game, but this time the focus is on Harlem, and Miles faces new enemies. He also gets some new abilities that improve the game’s fighting. The game looks better than its predecessor, particularly when compared to the graphic fidelity of a snow-covered New York City.


3.) Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima is set during the Mogolian invasion of Japan and follows the story of Jin Sakai, a Samurai who must modify his ways in order to save the island from the attack. The game is a third-person action adventure game with smooth samurai swordplay, exciting one-on-one duels, and lovely settings to explore. There are some riddles and traversal in the game, but it’s the sleek fast-paced combat that will make you feel like a true Ninja that will keep you going back for more!


4.) Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Final Fantasy VII remake is a five-year-in-the-making remake of one of the best PS1 games, built from the ground up for the PS4. The game is a JRPG (Japanese Role-Playing Game) that includes action aspects. The aesthetics are the nicest part of the Final Fantasy VII remake. With rich character models and gorgeous settings, the game looks simply stunning. The battles in the game are also exaggerated. The game’s storey is its most notable feature, since it features rich backstory, a fascinating plot, and an intriguing protagonist. If you’ve played the original game, you’ll notice that the tale has been somewhat altered to keep you interested. You don’t need to play for the rest of the older Final Fantasy games.


5.) The Last of Us Part II

The Last of Us: Part 2 is one of the top PS4 games currently available. The plot, which goes far beyond the mere notion of right and wrong, is the game’s standout feature. The game tells a revenge storey that will stick with you long after the credits have rolled. The Last of Us 2 is a third-person action-adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic future where infected zombies have taken over the planet. Although the game is a single-player adventure, it will take you about 30 hours to complete. It features some of the best visuals on the PS4 and is a game you’ll want to play again just for the fun of the gameplay.


6.) Horizon: Zero Dawn

Guerrilla Games, a Sony first-party studio famed for the Killzone franchise, produced Horizon: Zero Dawn. Leaving the FPS genre was a major gamble, but it paid off handsomely. Horizon: Zero Dawn is a story-driven single-player game. It’s a third-person action-adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world populated by robotic machines. You have a bow and arrow to take down these artificial creatures, which are in the shape of animals like dinosaurs. It may appear intimidating, but the gameplay will keep you captivated. Horizon: Zero Dawn has been a PS4 exclusive since its release in 2017, but it will finally be available on PC as well. The game features a large and diverse open world to explore, as well as side quests and secrets to discover. This is an absolute must-have game for anyone wishing to embark on an open-world post-apocalyptic journey.


7.) The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher series is gaining a lot of attention because of its Netflix adaptation, but it’s the games that elevate the storey to new heights. The Wild Hunt is the third instalment in the Wither game series, which is set after the events of the popular books. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an open-world action role-playing game that places a strong focus on narration and choice. Each decision you make has an impact on the plot, and your choices can alter the course of events. The Witcher 3 features a large open world to explore, a diverse cast of characters, and engaging gameplay. The game will take you weeks to complete, guaranteeing that it has a long lifespan.


8.) Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

The Last of Us Part II by Naughty Dog may be the most anticipated game of 2020, but Uncharted 4 is the developer’s PS4-only masterpiece that you can play right now. Nathan Drake, the game’s protagonist, embarks on a swashbuckling treasure hunting journey. This is a dramatic third-person action-adventure game with set-piece moments, intriguing puzzles, and a tale to rival Indiana Jones. Not to mention that it looks as amazing as any action-adventure film, complete with gorgeous landscapes to explore and bad villains to dispatch in style. You don’t need to have played the other games in the series to enjoy this one, but it does assist to flesh out the lore and backstory. The game is a PS4-exclusive third-person action game, and while there is no open world to explore, there are big open regions with hidden mysteries.


9.) Assassins Creed: Valhalla

As the Vikings stretch their reach into England, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla puts you in the shoes of a Viking named Evor. You’ll tour various historic landmarks in England and interact with historical personalities, as is customary for the franchise. If you prefer playing games for days or weeks at a time, this is one to consider because it contains approximately 100 hours of playtime. A new upgrade tree is also introduced in the game, allowing you to gain new skills as you progress. A new raiding mechanic in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla allows you to gain cash and materials to enhance your colony.


10.) GTA V

GTA V was released in 2013 and is still one of the most popular games today. That should speak much about the game’s quality. GTA V is an open-world action game in which the tale is told from three different points of view. The game features a broad range of missions to complete as well as a compelling tale that will keep you fascinated until the very end. When compared to prior GTA games, the gunplay has been upgraded and feels a lot better. Not to mention the online feature, where you may go on missions with your buddies and have a blast.