The PS4 is Still Going Strong – Final Fantasy VII: Remake and The Last of Us Part II

Sony and Microsoft have been hard at work on the next generations of consoles, and the competition between the two platforms remains intense, despite the fact that many developers have started to avoid exclusive deals in recent years.

Microsoft has been more than happy to showcase the prowess of the Xbox Series X, highlighting technical specifications, new features, and announcements related to the games available at launch. Sony did share a few details about the PS5, but many of the most important details have remained elusive as the company silence.

The PS4 continues to receive great games

In less than half a year, the PS4 has received great exclusive titles that received praise from fans and critics alike. Death Stranding proved that a Hideo Kojima freed from the restraints imposed by Konami can create a remarkable blend between a video game and a work of digital art. Persona Five Royal and Final Fantasy VII: Remake are two of the best JRPGs of this generation, and both are PS4 exclusives at least for now.

Along with a strong selection of PS4 titles, the PS4 continues to enjoy a rich selection of attractive titles, and more are on the way.

Saving the best for the last hurrah

There are two first-party titles that are anticipated by many PS fans, and both of them look quite promising.

The Last of Us Part II is one of the most anticipated games of this generation, and it is likely that it will be a hit, despite some recent controversies sparked by unexpected leaks.

Sucker Punch has been working on Ghost of Tsushima for several years, and a recent State of Play Presentation offered a glimpse into the title, which fuses several gameplay elements borrowed grom legendary open-world series like the Legend of Zelda and Red Dead Redemption along with an impressive combat system.

With more than 100 million sold and plenty of time left on the market, the PS4 remains a solid choice for many gamers until the PS5 will be available.

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