16 Exclusive PS4 Games To Look Forward To In 2014

There is a lot to be excited for in 2014 if you’re a soon to be PS4 owner.

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The PS4 is coming and right behind it a new year full of some amazing first-generation exclusives. 2014 is promising to be a good year for gaming and it’s going to be a good year for the PS4. Sony’s poised to get a lot of sales on their new console, and while there has been some delays for titles on their new console, it may be for the best.

It’s important that developers have the time they need to release their games right the first time. There’s plenty to look forward to in the coming year after the PlayStation 4 hits the shelves. The PS4, has a bright future ahead of it and we’re going to take a look at some interesting titles coming our way along with the new year.

Note: This list consists of console, timed and PlayStation platform exclusives.

DriveClub:

This online racing game is coming to us free of charge as the calendar turns to the new year. The game’s being developed by Evolution Studios and is a bit different from the previous racing games they’ve developed. This isn’t meant to be a simulator, but more of an arcade racing game.

The open world racer combines elements of cooperative sandbox play that promises to entertain any fans of racing games. If you’re looking for a game where you can just drop in and race with, or against your friends without having to go through the process of selecting and tuning your car to just the right adjustments and want to get right into the action, this games’ definitely for you.


  • Andres

    They specified that The Order: 1886 wasn’t steampunk. They made it a point to clarify that.

  • KuchikiSentou

    I think Ishin is the least likely title to come over.

  • DoUbLeZz (Lydon)

    please have a mech game!!!

    • John Mumpitz

      TITANFALL is XBOX only buddy. ;)

    • Simo

      Titanfall 2 isn’t xbox one exclusive EA owns it now and they will put on both to make as much money as possible

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