Best Upcoming PS4 Games 2020

The list of upcoming PS4 games continues to grow as Sony steadily announces release dates and surprise launches in its State of Play showcases. In fact, looking just at the PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro, there are some amazing games coming up for release this year.

We’ve gathered together all of the most exciting upcoming releases to create this list, which can act as your trusty guide for everything heading to PS4 and when.

Here are all the upcoming PS4 games that are going to make 2020 and beyond a great time to be a PlayStation gamer

Marvel’s Avengers

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Marvel’s Avengers sees you playing as your favorite superhero in an all-new story set in the Marvel universe. Playing as one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, your mission is to save the day from an evil force – just normal superhero stuff.

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Reassemble and rebuild your Avengers roster in the cinematic single-player campaign, then battle solo or online alongside friends in new missions around the globe using a reclaimed Helicarrier as a base of operations.

Square Enix has confirmed Marvel’s Avengers will tell a completely original story and will be supported for years to come with new heroes, missions and unlockables for players to pursue. From what we’ve played, it feels like Marvel’s approach to something like Destiny or The Division, hoping players will invest a huge amount of time into its huge, inviting world.

Release Date : September 4, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077

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The studio behind The Witcher 3 brings its open world prowess to a futuristic, corporation-controlled Californian megacity. You’ll play a mercenary earning their trade, whose abilities, story choices and more will be entirely dictated by you. Given the studio’s pedigree, expect a masterclass in immersive world-building.

Cyberpunk 2077 promises to be a hybrid of a first person shooter with an RPG, giving you multiple ways to complete missions through situational decision-making as well as plenty of ways to augment your character.

Release Date : November 19, 2020


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Outriders is a new co-op shooter created by the same team that worked on Gears of War Judgement and Bulletstorm. It’s a drop-in-drop-out affair with a dark and desperate sci-fi vibe. We don’t have much to go on at the moment, but it certainly looks intriguing and a whole lot of fun to play with friends.

Release Date : September 2020

Watch Dogs Legion

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Watch Dogs Legion takes place in a dystopian post-Brexit London, where drones and hackers roam the city in spades. What’s so interesting about this new Watch Dogs experience is that while hacking is still at the heart of the game, building up a team of agents is what really drives it. Absolutely every NPC in the city can be recruited and is therefore playable, which is pretty exciting. Especially when you can play as a badass grandma like Helen who we were introduced to during E3 2019. The futuristic depiction of London already looks impeccably detailed, and with so many playable characters, Legion looks set to be the most interesting Watch Dogs entry yet.

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Release Date : October 29, 2020

Desperados III

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Desperados III is set to be a thoroughly challenging real-time strategy game with a Wild West setting – much like its PC only predecessors. You’ll take control of five distinctive characters with varying skillsets including the ability to infiltrate, spy, sabotage, elude, steal, abduct, deviate, assassinate and blow stuff up.

Release Date : 31 December 2020

Dying Light 2

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Explore decaying urban surroundings in a new instalment of the first-person horror series. The original Dying Light was a wonderful surprise, taking the underwhelming foundations established by Dead Island and transforming them into one of the generation’s best open-world adventures. Taking place across a city crawling with undead, you avoided them by running, jumping and climbing like a true athlete, using the environent to your advantage in order to survive.

Explore decaying urban surroundings in a new instalment of the first-person horror series.

Release Date : TBC 2020

vampire: the masquerade – bloodlines 2

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Own the night as a vampire in Seattle’s seedy underbelly in this action-adventure RPG sequel that immerses you in a lethal undead society. Choose a side among the warring factions battling it out for the city’s blood trade, as your decisions ripple throughout the story.  Choose your allies wisely in the quest to increase your power… or face the deadly consequences.

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Release Date : TBC 2020

Spelunky 2

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Derek Yu’s genius procedurally-generated platformer won an army of devotees when it first launched back in 2013 – an army whose clamouring for a sequel is about to be answered. The impending second outing for your intrepid spelunker promises to flip the script with new items, new enemies and new traps.

With the recent gameplay trailer, we know the sequel will expanded features and online multiplayer support alongside co-op.

Release Date : September 15, 2020

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

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The Skywalker Saga will feature all eight films – including the upcoming Rise of the Skywalker. Players can experience the events of each epic story while exploring a sprawling open world filled with collectibles. These aren’t simple ports of existing games, either. Each film has been recreated in a new gameplay engine complete with new mechanics and characters to play as. From the hands-off demo we saw at E3 2019, it’s really something special.

Release Date: October 20, 2020

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla sees players take on the role of Viking raider Eivor, who leads their clan from their native home of Norway to the shores of Dark Ages England – with a hope of settling for good. But resistance from the Saxons won’t exactly make it easy.

This new Assassin’s Creed game leans more into RPG elements, allowing players to build and manage settlements, raid towns for resources, form alliances and even customize their character.

Release Date: November 19, 2020

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