There are so many great upcoming PS4 games to see out the remaining months of 2019. Beyond into 2020 we'll also be seeing some of the most exciting releases ahead of the launch Sony's upcoming next-gen console the PS5. Despite recent news surfacing that some of the most anticipated games are being pushed back later into 2020, the year is still jam packed with a vast selection of exciting releases such as The Last of US 2, the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and Watch Dogs Legion. And while you save up for all the games, you can also check out our list of the best free PS4 games.
We've put this list together in release date order for easy browsing, and we've picked out the biggest games we know about that are 100% confirmed. It's important to note that these upcoming PS4 games aren't necessarily exclusives either, so some will appear on other consoles. Some will also be Pro enhanced, so you could always take a look at a good PS4 Pro deal. For those that have a virtual reality element to them, be sure to check out the best PlayStation VR bundles here.
Here's all the upcoming PS4 games to get excited about for 2019 (and beyond).
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Release date: November 15, 2019
Genre: Action / adventure
What is it? A brand new third-person Star Wars game made by Respawn Entertainment, the developer that brought you Apex Legends and the Titanfall series.
Why is it interesting? If you've been waiting for a new Star Wars game, this may be the one. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the game that's going to let you embrace the role of a Jedi, and all the glorious lightsaber, Force action that'll entail. Set just after the purge of Order 66 after the events of Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, you're on a quest to rebuild the Jedi Order playing as Jedi Padawan, Cal Kestis, who's lost, alone and on the run. There will be iconic locations to explore, along with weapons, gear and enemies aplenty. Plus, brand new and totally canon locales, characters, villains and more are inbound. Prepare to be excited.
Release date: November 19, 2019
What is it? Part crowd-funded, part Sony financed follow up to the expensive Dreamcast games that basically bankrupted the console.
Why it's so interesting: That Shenmue 3 isn't just vapourware is perhaps the most intriguing thing about it. There's clearly still a lot of love for Ryo and his insatiable hunger for seamen, as the game was crowd-funded hours after being re-revealed at E3 2015. During the PC Gaming show at E3 2019, a new gameplay trailer was revealed, showing off our hero taking on some drunken thugs with a lot of his trademark punches and kicks. The trailer also revealed the news that the release date has been pushed back from its initial date in August to November 19. After so many years since it was first revealed, it's good to know it's still making its way to us this year.
Turn to page two to see what other upcoming PS4 games are in store for 2020 and beyond...