The most anticipated PS4 games

Ghost of Tsushima

Launch date: July 17th

Ghost of Tsushima has been one of those games we’ve been dreading for years, but luckily it’s all on track and by mid-summer we’ll be able to enjoy its history and gameplay. The ninja fashion seems to be back to stay.

Fast & Furious Crossroads

Launch date: August 7

There are many doubts about what will come out of here, but having the Slightly Mad Studios team behind you, after seeing everything they have done with Project Cars, is a guarantee for the future. When summer arrives we’ll be able to see just how much Fast & Furious Crossroads is the game that we franchise fans deserve.

Wasteland 3

Launch date: August 28th

A good portion of western roll by the people of inXile Entertainment. Tactical combat and exploration go hand in hand in an adventure that we can enjoy alone or in cooperation when Wasteland 3 arrives at PS4.

Marvels Avengers

Launch date: September 4th

Another one of those games that we look forward to but with a squint eye is Marvel’s Avengers. If Square Enix gets its move right, this mix of Uncharted Avengers with a touch of Destiny can be a real hit in the PS4 catalog.

Cyberpunk 2077

Launch date: November 19th

Cyberpunk 2077 is another game that will have to be played this year when reviewing the best of 2020. CD Projekt has their most ambitious game to date and, seen what they have seen so far, it seems that they have once again broken the mold of open worlds and freedom of play.

Empire of Sin

Release date: Autumn

Inspired by XCOM’s battles but trading aliens for mobsters and the invasion of Earth for the war of Prohibition, the Romero’s have in Empire of Sin a tremendously promising bet for fans of strategy and tactical fighting.


Launch date: late 2020

From the hand of the always recognizable People Can Fly will come Outriders. A shooter with looteo and powers in which the cooperative game and the possibility of customizing our characters at will are its great tricks. Ideal for those who are tired of Destiny and are looking for a similar option.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Launch date: to be determined

The return of the ball magicians is, without a doubt, one of the games that most appeal to our nostalgia. The possibility of returning to the soccer titles from a perspective as arcade as the one promised by Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions is almost as exciting as doing it controlling Oliver and Benji.

Little Nightmares II

Launch date: to be determined

With the first one becoming one of the great cult games of this generation, the expectation for Little Nightmares II is enormous. Unfortunately we haven’t seen much of it yet, but its mere name and appearance will be enough to make us dive in and try it out when it gets to PS4.

Overwatch 2

Launch date: to be determined

The strategy taken by Blizzard with this “sequel” may be somewhat confusing, but even that is not capable of erasing the desire we have for it. Overwatch 2 promises to keep the multiplayer of the first one while adding PvE adventures in which to learn more about our favorite characters. We will see how the experiment turns out.

Twin Mirror

Launch date: to be determined

Dontnod continues to surprise us with his exquisite taste for narrative adventures and Twin Mirror seems to have everything it takes to keep it going. After Life is Strange, magic returns with a research game in which our character will be able to navigate through his memories to recover his memory.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

Launch date: to be determined

Fans of table role-playing have a must-see with Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. A much-anticipated return to this story of vampires roaming the streets of Seattle and giving out shots and suckers while encountering beings from beyond the grave.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Launch date: to be determined

The alphabetical closing leaves us with Yakuza: Like a Dragon as the final colophon and, frankly, I can’t think of a better way to celebrate what’s coming up this year. The leap into tactical combat is probably the most frightening, but seeing that there will be lobster-shaped invocations, the worry disappears completely.