The new titles revealed for PS4 by Sony at this year’s Gamescom.
Sony managed to cram quite a few new PS4 game announcements into their time at Gamesom this year. For those curious to see what’s headed to PS4 following the show, we’ve rounded-up the new octet of titles..
The Tomorrow Children
An intriguing sandbox creator game set in a stark soviet inspired world where players collaborate to mine, build and fight. The Tomorrow Children is the new project from Q Games, the studio behind the Pixeljunk Series
Already enjoying a big following on the standalone alpha on PC, Dean Hall’s hit perma-death zombie survival online multiplayer will also be coming to PS4. No fancy trailers for this one instead you can see Hall above revealing the news and saying some positive things about Sony’s involvement.
The new ‘independent AAA’ game from DmC and Heavenly Sword devs Ninja Theory. A CGi Trailer shows Senua, a new female protagonist in a game drawing from Celtic mythology that promises some brutal combat for the hack and slash fans.
A stylish co-operative shooter from Ruffian Games who previously developed Crackdown 2, Hollowpoint has you building and training up your own clandestine mercenary outfit.
Supermassive Games’ teen horror adventure was initially announced for PS3. After some frosty teases from Sony leading up to Gamescom it’s been revealed Until Dawn will be bringing its scares to PS4 instead..
A top-down, twin stick shooter with some detailed environments that has you fending off an alien invasion. Alienation is coming from Housemarque the name behind popular PlayStation shooters Super Stardust HD and Resogun.
Media Molecule brought the first two LittleBigPlanet titles to PlayStation, with this game to be their debut on PS4. Tearaway Unfolded is a PS4 reworking of the popular Vita game Tearaway which will make use of some of the Dualshock 4’s features, such as using the light bar as a virtual torch in-game.
Michel Ancel, the creator of the Rayman series is bringing the first project from his independent studio to the PS4. Wild promises a beautiful prehistoric online open-world setting where players get to play as any creature in the game.
That’s not all that’s new this week for PS4. Sony also revealed the first playable teaser (PT) on PlayStation for Hideo Kojima, and Guillermo del Toro’s new scaretastic Silent Hills game. Prior to the event it was also announced that Journey and The Unfinished Swan, two standout indies titles on PS3 will be getting ported to PS4. Another pair of titles to be ported over from PC were also announced this week, the macabre interactive horror The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is incoming as is White Paper Games’ though provoking first person exploration game Ether One.
Beyond all this, It’s been reported that Sony didn’t have enough room for all their new announcements and that at least one more big game reveal is to be expected at this year's Tokyo Game Show (set to kick off on 18th September) although unfortunately The Last Guardian is unlikely to be the game in question.
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