One of the best things you can do right down while self-isolating is playing video games. However, if you aren’t a regular gamer, you might be faced with a choice on which gaming console you should get. There are positives and negatives of each, but a major decision-maker can be a console’s exclusive titles. Discover the best exclusive games for PlayStation 4 ahead.
The Last of Us
Before the highly anticipated second part comes out, catch up on what is considered one of the greatest games ever. The Last of Us is a third-person game that tells the compelling story of a smuggler taking a young girl across a post-apocalyptic, zombie-infected United States. The game came out in 2013, but it was recently remastered. The Last of Us is also being adapted as a television series for HBO.
Insomniac recently put out one of the greatest superhero video games of all-time with Marvel’s Spider-Man. Play as the wall-crawler by swinging through New York City, battle some of his greatest villains, and experience a great Spider-Man story.
Another video game that is getting the live-action treatment is Uncharted, which will star Spider-Man actor Tom Holland. There are four Uncharted games that follow the adventures of treasure hunter Nathan Drake. You can currently get Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (which is the first three games) for free before May 5th as a part of PlayStation’s Play at Home initiative. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End will also be available for free in April if you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber.
Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn is another one of the best exclusive games for PlayStation 4 that was developed by Guerrilla Games. The action-roleplaying game is a neat blend of sci-fi and fantasy, following a hunter who must survive in a world that is dominated by machines to uncover her past. In addition to picking up Horizon Zero Dawn, you should also consider vision gaming glasses that protect your eyes from blue light after long hours of play.
God of War
God of War is another successful video game franchise for PlayStation with eight installments since 2005. The video game series recently went through a reimagining with the 2018 edition, which focuses on Norse mythology instead of Greek mythology and was named Game of the Year from various media outlets.