Upcoming PS4 games for 2024

Ultros screenshot
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There's still a couple of upcoming PS4 games that should be on your radar. The truth is, developers are largely prioritising upcoming PS5 games these days, given that we're now four years into the new generation. But if you're still rocking a PS4 there are a few games coming in 2024 that are worth your time and attention, from massive RPGs like Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth to great metroidvanias like Ultros. 

There's also a load of upcoming indie games to consider, as well as a few more new games of 2024 that we're still awaiting platform details for. So keep on reading to find info on the biggest upcoming PS4 games of 2024, or why not jump back into one of the best PS4 games if you're looking for something new to play right now. 

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown screenshot

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Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier
Release date: January 18, 2024

Ubisoft is bringing the Prince of Persia back to life in 2024. No, we're not talking about the MIA Sands of Time remake, but rather the exceptionally fun metroidvania The Lost Crown. This is one of our most anticipated upcoming Ubisoft games of the year, smartly evolving the popular genre while offering no end of challenging encounters to test your reactions. Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is set to launch on January 18, and it's the first must-play game of 2024. 

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth

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Developer: Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio
Release date: January 16, 2024

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is undoubtedly one of the most ridiculous adventures of 2024. The new Yakuza game is set to bring Ichiban Kasuga together with Kazuma Kiryu, with the duo heading out of Japan for the very first time for a story which explores life, death, and revenge. The new Hawaii setting looks gorgeous, and packed with the sort of silly distractions and opportunities for outrageous combat scenarios that we've come to love from this franchise. 

Persona 3 Reload

Persona 3 Reload

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Developer: Atlus
Release date: February 2, 2024

Atlus is remaking one of the best PS2 games of all-time in Persona 3 Reload, a generous reimagining of a legendary RPG. Whether you played it the first time around or just want to see what all the fuss is about, Persona 3 Reload will see you take on the role of a high school student who soon discovers the power to summon powerful Personas – manifestations of the inner-spirit. Expect a faithful remake of the original story, a visual overhaul, and some key quality of life improvements.


Ultros screenshot

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Developer: Hadoque
Release date: February 13, 2024

Ultros sees developer Hadoque merging the metroidvania style with some smart roguelike sensibilities, an adventure which loops around a cosmic uterus. To escape the cycle you'll need to investigate a weird and off-kilter world, battle dangerous creatures and harvest their organs for resources, and indulge in a little gardening to unlock new areas of the map. Ultros is a strange, confident game that has impressed at every opportunity we've had to play it so far. 

Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft

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Developer: Aspyr
Release date: February 14, 2024

This delightful remastered collection contains the original three Tomb Raider adventures, giving you an opportunity to fall back in love with Lara Croft all over again. You'll follow the explorer on a globe-trotting journey, diving into dangerous myths and facing off with deadly, ancient enemies. This package boasts upgraded graphics, as well as the option to switch back to the original polygon look at any time, making this one of the best ways to experience some of the best PS1 games around. 

Open Roads

Open Roads screenshot

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Developer: Open Roads Team
Release date: February 22, 2024

For fans of games like Gone Home and What Remains of Edith Finch, you'll want to pay attention to Open Roads. This interactive adventure will see you heading out on the road to discover the secrets of your family's past. You'll explore beautiful environments in first-person, rooting through old belongings, and then taking what you learned into expansive, branching conversations presented as gorgeous hand-crafted cutscenes. Open Roads looks like a delight that'll almost certainly tug at your heartstrings. 

Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster

Star Wars Dark Forces

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Developer: Nightdive Studios
Release date: February 28, 2024

Dark Forces is one of the best Star Wars games of all-time, and developer Nightdive Studios – hot off of its stunning remake of System Shock – is hard at work on a long-overdue remaster of the iconic FPS. Originally released in 1996, Star Wars: Dark Forces is set around the original film, following the mercenary Kyle Katarn as he helps the Rebel Alliance discover the Galactic Empire's biggest secrets. While it isn't canon to the Star Wars timeline anymore, it is still an iconic adventure. 

The Outlast Trials

The Outlast Trials

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Developer: Red Barrels
Release date: March 5, 2024

The Outlast Trials is one of our most anticipated upcoming horror games of 2024. A first-person survival game which serves as a prequel to its two predecessors, featuring mysterious cold war experiments. If you're looking for something to play with your friends, The Outlast Trials also supports four-player co-op – as a group, you'll need to complete tasks while trying to circumvent some disgustingly monstrous enemies. It looks like a riot, and we can't wait to see more of it in action.

Josh West
Editor-in-Chief, GamesRadar+

Josh West is the Editor-in-Chief of GamesRadar+. He has over 15 years experience in online and print journalism, and holds a BA (Hons) in Journalism and Feature Writing. Prior to starting his current position, Josh has served as GR+'s Features Editor and Deputy Editor of games™ magazine, and has freelanced for numerous publications including 3D Artist, Edge magazine, iCreate, Metal Hammer, Play, Retro Gamer, and SFX. Additionally, he has appeared on the BBC and ITV to provide expert comment, written for Scholastic books, edited a book for Hachette, and worked as the Assistant Producer of the Future Games Show. In his spare time, Josh likes to play bass guitar and video games. Years ago, he was in a few movies and TV shows that you've definitely seen but will never be able to spot him in.