The PS4 is packed with incredible games in every way. We’ve separated the top 50 titles on the console so you can be amazed by the wonderful library at your disposal. From God of War to Spider Man, see which games you need to download and play right now!
1. God of War
After the intense adventure against the Olympian Gods is over, the powerful anti-hero Kratos now lives in a new Nordic-inspired region. Along with his son, who needs to be initiated into his warrior training, Kratos must survive, whatever the cost.
With one of the best narratives in the franchise, Kratos ‘adventures in Midgard, with their fearsome monsters and Vikings are a sublime adventure with the perfect balance between the characters’ narrative and epic combat. All without a single loading screen.
2. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
An iconic RPG, with a fascinating character and a great story, The Witcher 3 is an unmissable game for lovers of the fantasy genre. The game world is huge, full of tasks, varied missions and great game mechanics. Get ready to spend many hours with Geralt.
3. The Last of Us Remastered
The Last of Us is a game that cannot be missing from this list. Even though it was originally released for PS3, the remastering brought all of Ellie and Joel’s intense and deep adventure to PS4. It is indispensable for lovers of a narrative adventure, with many elements of survival.
4. Horizon: Zero Dawn
Explore a world full of mechanical creatures and human bandits, in a very well done open world game, with great combat mechanics and an engaging plot. By controlling the protagonist Aloy, you can become a ferocious hunter who uses futuristic bows and arrows while looking for relics from the ancient world. The side missions look slightly superficial, but they complete the main story well.
Journey is a work of visual and sound art. The game tells a narrative without saying a single word. The protagonist has few movements and skills, and his goal of reaching the top of a mountain is a journey through beautiful and mysterious landscapes.
6. Marvel’s Spider Man
The Neighborhood Friend arrived on PS4 breaking everything. It is one of the best superhero games in history, with incredible combat and movement mechanics. There are dozens of uniforms and missions, as well as classic villains and good references to the Marvel universe.
7. GTA V
Enter the streets of Los Santos causing chaos and enriching as never before in an iconic game and an instant classic from the GTA franchise. With a narrative between three well-built characters, do a little bit of everything. Also, take advantage of the online community to develop your character and try to buy expensive cars and properties while watching your bank account grow.
8. Death Stranding
Death Stranding is not for everyone, but it is worth the try. It allows players, in the midst of exploring scenarios, a narrative immersion that few games have managed to provide until then. It has a very interesting cooperative multiplayer and a realism that scares!
9. The Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
The remake of The Resident Evil 3 changed some points of the original and made Jill’s campaign against Nemesis an adventure with more action and less terror. Even so, the villain is even more unforgiving, and the graphic evolution has made the duel more beautiful, dynamic and fun for the player.
10. Final Fantasy VII Remake
Final Fantasy VII Remake is huge and has several chapters, having been expanded and compared to the original. Whoever played the first game will notice that there are many different things and that even made the whole experience more profitable. The duel between Cloud and Sephiroth is insane with the power of PS4!
11. Monster Hunter: World
The franchise came to PS4 very well. There are dozens of monsters to be hunted, a large open world and a multiplayer that puts you side by side with other players to complete missions. Besides, the loot system is quite rewarding.
12. Dark Souls 3
An adventure full of elements of witchcraft, sword fighting and with many elements of terror and mystery. Dark Souls 3 closes the historic trilogy, typically difficult to complete, with a golden key. If you face demons from the depths and giant bosses using sword, shield and powerful spells is your style, this game is for you!
Bloodborne is linked to Dark Souls, but it is different. Despite having a very high level of difficulty, it is a more fluid and fast game. There are dozens of enemies at a time, so offense is more important than strategy. And the plot is another very cool point, as you gradually discover the background story, as you explore the scenarios.
14. Red Dead Redemption 2
The continuation of the most beloved western of video games is even better. The world created by Rockstar for Red Dead Redemption 2 is as big as that of GTA V. Visually the game is perfect, and the options for gameplay, missions and customization make your adventure in the Wild West a unique experience.
15. Detroit: Become Human
A wonderful exclusive! You control up to 3 androids, on different paths and missions, who seek to find humanity and the world in themselves. The system of choices interferes with the whole game, including the actions and battles that the player will have throughout the experience.
16. The Last Guardian
The Last Guardian is from the same creator of ICO and Shadow of The Colossus. It shows the relationship between a giant creature and a boy, and both must solve puzzles to pass through scenarios full of dangers and deadly falls.
17. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
A story full of action, intense shootings and brutal fights that run at incredible speed, without long pauses to take a deep breath. Uncharted 4 could enter the commonplace of action games, but the action blends well with the narrative, giving an idea of solid adventure. The multiplayer mode is poor compared to the rest of the game.
18. Shadow of the Colossus
Originally created for PS2, this game has been remastered, taking advantage of the new capabilities of PS4. The world is very detailed, with the Colossi even more imposing and with much more drama. To win, use skill, weapons and a lot of intelligence.
19. Battlefield 1
This FPS takes place during the First World War, with very detailed weaponry, vehicles and maps inspired by the time of the war. With a really cool but short single player campaign, spectacular graphics and variable weather, Battlefield 1 shines more in multiplayer, like its predecessors.
Doom is back to its roots! There are no big arcs of history or complicated politics. In Doom you shoot at enemies and dodge enemy attacks, all at incredible speed, without pause, without pity or pity. If shooting at demons and other monsters at a breakneck pace and with dozens of different weapons is your style, look no further.
21. Destiny 2
Destiny 2 is one of the most expressive shooters on PS4. The solo campaign is great, and being able to play it with another player makes it even more interesting. The space and futuristic ambiance has been maintained, with the expansion of game mechanics and arsenal.
22. Fallout 4
Fallout 4 is perhaps the most exciting of the franchise to date. It allows you to take various types of approach during the game, ranging from the most stealthy to the most aggressive. Graphically it is a beautiful title, and the many missions keep you entertained for more than 50 hours of gameplay.
23. Titanfall 2
Control a powerful Titan, a mecha robot capable of detonating the most dangerous enemies in ultra-risky missions, in a brief but very solid single player campaign. The multiplayer experience is also fantastic. Titantfall 2 is much better than the first title in the franchise, especially for the gamer who appreciates futuristic war and shooting machines.
24. The Resident Evil 7
Continuing from one of the biggest horror franchises ever, Resident Evil 7 is a terrifying experience. With a perfect sound construction and taking advantage of all the graphic resources of PS4, this game manages to transport the player to a dark adventure, full of moments of suspense and almost perfect terror. It has no multiplayer mode, but no one misses it.
25. Until Dawn
Like The Resident Evil 7, Until Dawn is survival, but much more tense. You have a mission to make a dozen teenagers survive a dawn of terror, escaping a terrible serial killer. Or, if you fail, you could end up killing them all. The end depends on your actions!
26. Kingdom Hearts III
The third main adventure of Sora, Donald Duck and Goofy is beautiful, with graphics and soundtrack consistent with the Disney worlds. Incidentally, most of the latest cartoons from the Mickey Mouse company make an edge in the game, ensuring several references that all fans of the series will enjoy.
27. Gran Turismo Sport
Gran Turismo Sport is the first and only GT on the PS4. He is completely focused on racing, leaving aside the customization of cars and the search for a career as a driver. Still, it’s worth it for having a robust online mode!
28. Days Gone
Days Gone is an open world survival where you have to kill zombies all the time, wherever you are. The huge map is incredible to explore, as each corner of it is a new surprise for the player.
29. Mortal Kombat 11
Mortal Kombat 11 is a direct continuation of XL. It focuses on presenting characters never seen before, besides bringing the return of Brutalities. It is ideal for those who like the franchise and for those who want a VERY violent and bloody fighting game on the screen.
Control brings a beaten storyline, but the gameplay experience is incredible. You control a character with psychic powers and who has a weapon capable of transforming into… other weapons! So you can imagine that the fighting is intense, frantic and that allows a lot of customization of the style of play.
31. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the latest game in the Star Wars universe. You explore an open world, where your Jedi customization is a strong point. You can even choose the color of your lightsaber!
32. Persona 5
A long adventure awaits you in this Japanese-style RPG. A rich story, as all RPGs must have it, helped by spectacular turn-based fights, full of action and memorable characters. However, as the game is extensive, some gamers say they lose their pace as the story unfolds.
33. Nier: Automata
With a surprising atmosphere and a well-constructed narrative, Nier: Automata takes place in a ruined Earth, with intense battles between humans and aliens using robots and androids. Despite being an RPG, there is a little bit of everything, for all tastes: big battles, shooting, missions in which being silent is the best and even extensive dialogues.
34. Rise of the Tomb Raider
Twenty years have passed since the launch of the first Tomb Raider and, looking at this game, the story continues in good hands. This new reincarnation of the franchise mixes elements of open world, shooting and tricky places to escape. The game is dynamic and varied, with very beautiful graphics and one of the strongest characters in the history of the games.
35. Injustice 2
A substantial improvement from the first big hit that was Injustice, this game manages to unite the DC characters in a coherent and exciting story. By adding RPG elements that allow you to improve and customize your character to the great fighting mechanics, the creators have achieved a balanced and solid game.
36. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition
When Street Fighter V was released it lacked content and many fans complained about the difficulty of training. Two years later, the Arcade version revitalized the game, with different modes, training possibilities and improvements to the V-Trigger – the revolutionary system that changes your character’s abilities within each combat.
37. Dragon Ball FighterZ
Dragon Ball FighterZ is for gamers of all skill levels. The essential mechanics of the fighters are easy to learn, but surprisingly dynamic so as not to become repetitive. With 24 different characters to control in fights of up to 3 vs 3, anime fans will not be disappointed.
38. Tekken 7
The Tekken franchise remains in good shape with a game that is accessible to the novice player, but retains much of the fighting mechanics that made the game famous. More subtle in feints and using the realistic martial techniques typical of the game, Tekken provides good hours of intense fighting, both in solo mode and in online fights.
39. Guilty Gear Xrd: Dev 2
An expansion of the first Guilty Gear Revelator, this fighting game can be tricky for the gamer just starting out. There is no shortage of tutorials with all the details you need to know to win fights, but sometimes this is an absolutely tiring task (just to block there are 4 or 5 different techniques), which can scare those who prefer simpler games. Story mode is simply an anime, with little or no combat. Still, Guilty Gear Revelator remains a brilliant fighting game, especially for absolute anime fans.
A unique FPS, which depends a lot on teamwork to achieve victory. Overwatch has phenomenal characters, each with a different specialty like Offensive, Defense, Tank and Support. In this game it is always necessary to play together or the victory will be very difficult. Many players complain that the game can get a little repetitive due to the lack of different modes and that playing with strangers can be frustrating, but the game remains strong, with a huge online community.
NiOh took Dark Souls and squared his difficulty. In this action RPG set in a samurai universe, you will face a lot of hardcore enemies, who will test your patience to the fullest. Tip? Don’t even try not to die, because it’s impossible!
42. No Man’s Sky
After the many updates, No Man’s Sky is very close to what it should have been at launch. Robots, vehicles, bases to create and thousands of planets for you to explore and catalog. Endless fun!
43. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Another weight remastering! The Crash trilogy brings all the absurd challenge of PS1, causing many players to want to break the joystick. Which is compensated by the good humor and nostalgia of the 3 games!
44. Spyro Reignited Trilogy
Spyro’s remastered brought the PS1 trilogy to his PS4. What we can say is that the 3 games are very well adapted, with fluid gameplay and simple to master. The challenges are still complicated, and platinizing this game will be very difficult.
45. For Honor
For Honor is a different game, in which you take command of a faction and must defeat an enemy faction for possession of a territory. You can be a Viking, a Samurai or a medieval Knight.
46. Batman Arkham Knight
The last game in the Arkham trilogy is the best. In this version you get Batmobile and other essential accessories in your fight against the Knight of Arkham. And the end of the game is quite surprising if you played the first two in the franchise.
47. The LittleBigPlanet 3
The LittleBigPlanet 3 seems to be for children, but not quite. There are dozens of very complicated missions, in which it is necessary to use quick thinking and movement to get along. And you can also create levels and worlds if you want!
Limbo is a super simple game, in which you basically walk forward and walk backwards, climb on objects, jump and grab items. The mission? Survive puzzles within a forest, in search of your lost sister. And we already said: this is all very difficult!
49. This War of Mine
This War of Mine is a VERY difficult game to play and it will require a lot of coldness from the player. In this survival you control up to 3 characters, who must survive as long as they can in a house. You must deal with lack of food, illnesses and possible invasions by looters.
50. Horizon: Chase Turbo
Horizon: Chase Turbo is a car game created by Brazilians. It is clearly inspired by Top Gear, the SNES classic that we all love. It is worth a lot to anyone who wants a simple, easy and very fun racing game, which goes through TENS of tracks around the world.