Ten titles we’ll most likely be playing on PS4 via backwards compatibility.
Having let us in on at least a portion of the PS4’s features, Sony are in quite a strong position to springboard from their February unveiling. We’ve been given a few game announcements, just enough to whet the appetite, but with plenty of room left for new titles to dominate E3.
Though we’re excited for next gen games, they never all come at once. To fill the gap, we’ll likely be dabbling in the backwards compatibility Sony have promised us via streaming. They’re making good of their union with Gaikai, offering a variety of past Sony titles on the new console. We aren’t sure of what games will be available at launch, but here’s the PS3 games we’d be using to keep our system warmed up while we wait for the decent system exclusives.
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1. The Last of Us
Naughty Dog's next PS3 exclusive shifts the action to a post-apocalyptic scenario. Coming out later this year, The Last of Us will be one of the swan-songs for Sony's seventh generation console and, with Naughty Dog's experience of PS3 development, we can expect the game to be their best yet. The game's quality will no doubt be tiding us over well past the launch of the PS4.