Sony just released a trailer where it showcases the video games that are exclusively released for the console. The trailer revealed some indie video games and popular video games that will be launched this year.
Gran Turismo Sport, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy And More To Come This Year On PS4
The players were overwhelmed when Sony teased them on what they can play on their console. First is Gran Tursimo Sport will be finally released this year. The only question is whether it is a prologue or a sequel because this game was supposed to be available last 2015.
According to VG 247, NieR: Automata will be one of the games that will soon-to-be released this year. Players can actually play the demo game on PSN. Also, the demo game has surprise Easter eggs that were found by the players.
Players should watch out for Gravity Rush 2 this month. As per Forbes, the game will include a short animation that is visually appealing and artistically created. Studio Khara is responsible for the animation of the short film and the studio is proud with what it has produced.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is not particularly a video game but a DLC that will include two old characters from Uncharted 3. Obviously, Nathan Drake will not be accessible in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End but players can use Chloe Frazer.
Some Indie Games Will Be Exclusive On PS4
One of the indie games that will be released for PS4 is Hellblade. The game was supposed to be out last 2014 and a lot of players have been waiting for it but the game will be arriving this year. They are ecstatic once they heard that the game will be released on the console.
According to Metro, another game to watch out for is Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom that will be exclusive for PS4, too. The fans were not hoping that Ni No Kuni will be having a sequel but they were overjoyed when they finally know that the sequel is available.
Sony is sure to earn higher profits with this strategy. Hopefully, the games that will be released for the consoles will be satisfyingly great and are worth the wait. The only question is, will Microsoft have the games released for Xbox also?