JackFetch Posted May 26, 2013 Report Share Posted May 26, 2013 IGN has a list of all the games announced so far and games rumored to be coming to PS4: Confirmed PlayStation 4 Games These games have been confirmed specifically for PlayStation 4. See below for a list of games confirmed for "next-generation systems," which highly suggests a PlayStation 4 release. Click on any of the games below for more information, videos and screenshots. Game Developer Release DateBattlefield 4  EA DICE TBADeep Down Capcom TBADestiny Bungie TBADiablo III Blizzard Entertainment TBADriveClub Evolution Studios TBADying Light  Techland TBAEA Sports UFC  EA TBAFIFA Soccer 14  EA TBAFinal Fantasy (PS4) Square Enix TBAInfamous: Second Son Sucker Punch TBAKillzone: Shadow Fall Guerrilla Games TBAMadden 25  EA TBANBA Live 14  EA TBANeed for Speed Rivals  EA TBAKnack Studios Japan TBASniper Elite 3  505 Games TBAThief  Square-Enix 2014Watch Dogs UbiSoft Montreal TBAWar Thunder  Gaijin Entertainment Fall 2013The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt CD Projekt RED 2014The Witness Thekla, Inc TBABlacklight: Retribution Zombie Studios TBAPrimal Carnage: Genesis Lukewarm Media TBAAssassin's Creed 4: Black Flag  Ubisoft TBACall of Duty: Ghosts  Infinity Ward November 5th, 2013Games Coming to "Next-Gen Consoles" These games may not have specifically been confirmed for PlayStation 4, but have been announced for "next-gen consoles." Visceral Star Wars Game: A report confirms that Dead Space developer, Visceral, has begun the hiring process to build a next gen Star Wars title. Wolfenstein: The New Order: Bethesda and MachineGames' next Wolfenstein game has been announced for "next-gen consoles" and is coming in Fall 2013.  The Evil Within: The newest game from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami was announced by Bethesda for a 2014 release on "next-generation consoles,"  Dragon Age III: Inquisition: Despite being announced by BioWare for a release in 2013, the resume of an EA Shanghai level designer suggested that the "scope" of the game has changed and that it "will be postponed to 2014" and "target next gen platforms."  Cyberpunk 2077: This futuristic RPG is being developed by CD Projekt, using the brand new Redengine3. This game is an open world RPG that is based on the pen and paper game with nearly the same name.  Human Element: Upstart developer Robotoki (a company founded by Robert Bowling, formerly the creative strategist for the Call of Duty franchise) is creating this ambitious, episodic project that is targeting next-generation gaming platforms of all kinds. Portions of the project will debut first on the Ouya platform, but the core portion of Human Element is a major release planned for 2015.  Spec Ops: Yager, the European studio behind 2012's cult favorite Spec Ops: The Line, is officially working on a new game. Epic Games has revealed that the company has licensed its new, next-generation engine -- Unreal Engine 4 -- to Yager for use in an "unannounced next-generation AAA game." Rumored PlayStation 4 Games These games might be coming to PlayStation 4, but "next-generation systems" have not been directly mentioned in announcements. Nevertheless, the information on the games below has been properly sourced. Homefront Sequel: Perhaps titled Homefront 2, Crytek is developing this game (and was the company that originally outed the Xbox 720's Durango codename.) Mafia III: Rumors suggest that Mafia III is in development at 2K Czech and was delayed in order to shift to next-generation consoles.  With the delay of Grand Theft Auto V, it is possible that it will be released simultaneously with the next generation of consoles.   Naughty Dog Project - Naughty Dog co-president Evan Wells believes the prospect of developing for PlayStation 4 is "terrifying" as the studio looks into what its next project will be.  Ready at Dawn Next-Gen Game - The developers of the God of War PSP games are developing "an exciting new AAA IP for a Next-Generation home console game system."  Next-Gen Sonic Game - Sega notes that Sonic "won't become photo-real" in next-gen games and that he "will always remain stylized and will have that bright, colorful world. What the high hardware spec will allow us to do is make that more convincing."  Square-Enix "Luminous" Games - Square-Enix is showing off its "Luminous" tech engine, capable of highly realistic next-gen graphics. Luminous will make games 30% cheaper and shorten development cycles.  Medieval RPG - Warhorse studio is currently working on an unannounced medieval RPG game. Its is being developed using a modifed version of CryEngine3. Singularity: This project is rumored to be in development at Quantic Dream. They acquired the url Singularityps4.com in 2013, and the title "Singularity" has been connected to the company since at least 2012. The company's "Kara" technology was originally showcased on PS3 hardware, but the characters and setting seen in the game could possibly be part of the next-generation Singularity project. http://www.ign.com/wikis/playstation-4/PlayStation_4_Games?utm_campaign=ign+main+twitter&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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