With quite a few and frequent updates coming from Microsoft, revealing an admirable effort of re-positioning the Xbox One with all the non-restrictive bells and whistles possible, successfully realigning the interest of their next-generation console brand, Sony has been pretty hush-hush after leaving quite an impression at E3 back in June. However, today the brief silence ended as Sony took to the stage once again before they launch their highly anticipated PS4.
Sony started their Gamescom 2013 presser by literally taking to the stage without a word jumping right into the PS4’s cross media bar and engaging the audience with a seamless navigation of games with an added touch of what appeared to be spectator mode in action as someone played the visually impressive multiplayer mode of Killzone shadow Fall, among other PS4 UI engagements.
From there whether it was an attention grabbing exclusive title like RIME, an indie exclusive such as Guns of Icarus or Resogun, the exclusively brave new Hell Drivers or the exclusively visceral eye-pleasing splendor of Shadow of the Beast, Sony seemed to have a surplus of titles in their stable.
Sony’s well played Gamescom 2013 presser should leave Playstation users with an abundance of confidence that great games for the foreseeble will be quite plentiful across the Playstation ecosystem.
Here’s an attractive list of 33 announced games which will be released between November 15 and December 31 for the PS4.
PlayStation 4 Physical Launch Titles
Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Killzone: Shadow Fall
Just Dance 2014
LEGO Marvel Superheroes
Need for Speed: Rivals
Skylanders: Swap Force
PlayStation 4 Digital Launch Titles
DC Universe Online
Pool Nation Extreme
As we mentioned earlier Sony has reported over 1 Million PS4’s pre-orders and counting. With over 180 PS4 games in development at the moment, comprised of both first and third party titles, the list of developers has continued to increase since E3. If Sony’s Gamescom press reveal won you over and you’re looking to pre-order a next-gen system, it’s still not too late. Go here for our latest pre-order update.