Top 44 Upcoming PS4 Games for 2018, 2019 & Beyond

44 most anticipated PlayStation 4 games are set to release late this year, and the year after. Let’s check them out right now!

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4. Activision returns with their biggest selling first person shooter. Not much details were revealed but the developers are eyeing out the popular Battle Royale Genre. It’s bound for release this October 12, 2018.

Red Dead Redemption 2. The Wild West beckons in this refreshing sequel of Rockstar’s critically acclaimed open-world action game. No story details yet, but expect a bigger and immersive western experience.

Coming this October 26th. Skull & Bones. Ubisoft’s ultimate pirate experience. What Black Flag succeeded, they repurposed it into a standalone Pirate Game. Commandeer your own ship and dive into epic naval battles with up to 5 players.

Coming this Fall 2018. OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead. Enter the nightmarish world of Robert Kirkman’s creation and play with up to four of your friends in thrilling four player co-op. This first person shooter might save its failing TV series.

Coming this Fall 2018. We Happy Few. The world is turning upside down in this dystopian survival game from Compulsion Games.

Set in an alternate 1960’s England, escape the conformist society by solving puzzle and running away from the bad drugs. Coming this 2nd Quarter of 2018. Spider-Man. Our favorite web-slinging superhero is making a grand return to the videogame world. Insomniac manages to create a whole new story for Peter Parker’s dual life and his responsibility to save the world. It’s set to release this second quarter of 2018.

The Crew II. The sequel to Ubisoft’s popular racing game adds more than just twist and turns. Players can now dominate the air, land and sea with hundreds of vehicles to choose from! It’s coming sometime this mid 2018. Metro Exodus.

The Metro awaits you in this sequel to Deep Silver’s iconic survival game. This third entry takes you even further outside the Metro. Shoot irradiated beasts and survive post-apocalyptic Moscow in this atmospheric first person shooter. Coming this 3rd Quarter of 2018. Shenmue III.

This most anticipated Shenmue entry ever. It’s recently released trailer shows the game’s callback to the classic art style and animation, but no story details are revealed as of the moment. It’s set to release this mid 2018.

Pillars Of Eternity II. Set after the events of the previous game, ventures to a whole new region with a whole lot of dangers to overcome. Board your new ship and sail off to the eponymous Deadfire to confront the God of Light. Coming this last quarter of 2018.

Warhammer: Vermintide 2. The infestation grows stronger in this sequel to Fatshark’s first person hack and slash. It takes inspiration from Valve’s Left For Dead 2 combat and amps it up with seamless melee action. It’s brutal, and it’s coming out on the PS4 sometime this 2018. Soulcalibur VI.

Uncover the hidden truths in this sixth major installment of the popular Soulcalibur series from Bandai Namco. Go back to the 16th Century and revisit the early days of the game. This latest entry even features the legendary Geralt of Rivia as a special playable guest. Coming sometime this 2018. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.

Air supremacy is a few buttons away in this latest combat flight videogame from Bandai Namco. It’s the first Ace Combat game to be developed for the Eighth Generation Console and it supports Virtual Reality. Coming sometime this 2018.

Biomutant. THQ Nordic’s latest venture takes you to a beautiful open-world experience filled with mutant animals with Kung-Fu powers. It’s a whole new take on the third person adventure and it’s coming out sometime this 2018.

Call Of Cthulhu. H.P. Lovecraft’s haunting creation beckons in this role-playing survival horror experience.

Developed by Cyanide, it oozes psychological themes mixed with the Lovecraftian horrors. Coming this 2018. Kingdom Hearts III. The most anticipated third act of the universally acclaimed JRPG from Square Enix.

Final Fantasy meets Disney in this crossover of epic proportions. Follow Sora and his friends on his quest to restore light to the world. It’s finally coming out sometime this 2018. Darksiders III. THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games delivers a steaming new sequel to Death’s misadventures. Set in the post-apocalyptic earth, look into the life of another horseman of the apocalypse and eliminate each of the dreaded Seven Deadly Sins.

Coming sometime this 2018. Code Vein. Dark Souls meets Anime in this upcoming action role playing game from Bandai Namco. Use the blood of your enemies to feed your power levels to maximum.

It’s gameplay meets the Soul series in terms of brutality and difficulty. Coming sometime this 2018. Valkyria Chronicles 4. SEGA’s anime war game gets its fourth major treatment. This upcoming tactical role-playing game dazzles you with a gripping story, memorable characters and compelling gameplay.

Coming this 2018. The Wolf Among Us: A Telltale Game Series – Season 2. The Big Bad wolf is up for more mysteries to solve and fairy tales to debunk.

Telltale’s latest season is a complete mystery too, but we’re gonna expect more magical mayhem to unfold. Coming this 2018. Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Matryr.

The Caligari Sector awaits and is ready for purging. This action RPG features a multitude of classes that shapes the bigger scale of the Warhammer 40K universe. Coming this 2018. The King Of Fighters ‘97 Global Match.

SNK ports their popular Neo Geo fighting classic to the modern console with better combat, a new story, and online features. It’s coming this 2018. Unruly Heroes. Inspired by the famous Chinese Legend, guide four unlikely heroes on a quest to retrieve the missing sacred scrolls.

Fight memorable enemies in solo or co-op mode and be part of an epic adventure once this game releases sometime this 2018. Anthem. EA’s most ambitious entry takes inspiration from popular sci-fi games like BioWare’s Mass Effect and Respawn’s Titanfall.

Don a futuristic power suit and explore the mysterious wilds in this third-person shooter. It’s coming this Early 2019. Days Gone. A PlayStation 4 exclusive. This post-apocalyptic third-person shooter takes you to a world where the undead have taken over.

Be a survivor in search for answers and avoid a swarm of horror. It’s delayed to 2019. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.

Ubisoft’s multiplayer shooter gains a sequel. Recently announced on a brief Q&A Panel with the devs, they stated that the game will fix the issues of the original and making things right this time. It’s coming out sometime next year. Star Child. The PlayStation VR is still getting some love.

This sci-fi platformer delights you with cinematic wonders and a riveting Virtual Reality Experience. Play as Spectra and hone her powers as she pushes deeper into a strange and dark world. No release date yet. The Persistence. A sci-fi action adventure set in a deeps-space vessel called the Persistence.

Escape from the eyes of the enemy as you are constantly being hunted in procedurally generated levels. It supports the PSVR too. No release date yet. Grand Theft Auto VI.

Rockstar might be busy with the latest Red Dead Redemption, but they’re not giving up with their ultimate record breaker. This open world action game is pretty much speculations and rumors right now, but it’s only a matter before they announce it soon! Iron Harvest. When dieselpunk meets RTS, this Kickstarter funded strategy game boasts an epic single player campaign, multiplayer and co-op mode. It shares the same lore as the hit board game Scythe and it’s set in the 1920’s.

No release date yet. The Last Of Us Part II. Ellie and Joel are once again on an emotional field trip of post-apocalyptic proportions. Naughty Dog releases no details on story just yet, but recent trailers show a bloodier and mature themes. No release date yet. Death Stranding.

Hideo Kojima’s big return promises an ambitious open world action game starring Norman Reedus and a funky fetus. Everything about this game is a mystery, even after they released a second cinematic trailer. What we know is that it will change the way we see videogames… hopefully. No release date yet. Ghost Of Tsushima. Become the ghost in this Japanese open world adventure from Sucker Punch games.

Set in Feudal Japan in the 13th Century, play as the last Samurai in this devastated land. No story and gameplay details yet. Coming soon. Final Fantasy VII Remake. A fully 3D remake of the classic Final Fantasy VII from Square Enix.

Reunite with Cloud and his gang in an episodic adventure that could rock your childhood. Not much news yet. Jurassic World: Evolution. Frontier Developments’ upcoming city building game makes the most out of the award-winning Dinosaur franchise.

Create your own Jurassic Park filled with deadly pterodactyls, T-Rexes and so much more. No release date yet. Beyond Good & Evil 2. Embark on an epic space adventure in Ubisoft’s most awaited sequel to the Beyond Good & Evil series. The Space Monkey program awaits you as you explore breathtaking planets and engage in fun online experiences. No release date yet.

Dragon Age IV. What awaits the future of BioWare’s medieval fantasy game? It’s an open secret across the gaming world that this game is now in the works. Not much details were revealed yet, but as of the moment, they’re patching up their losses with Mass Effect Andromeda.

No release date yet. Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker. Now that his daddy is off to change the world, Borotu takes center stage in this whole new Naruto experience. It features new graphic styles, dynamic third person and a team-based online battle. No release date yet. Dead Island 2.

Techland is obviously busy with Dying Light’s progressive state. But they’re not stopping with their original hit. The sequel to their zombie-infested action game is still in the works, although details are scarce. No release date yet. God Eater 3. Return to the broken Earth and slay terrifying Aragamis.

Wield your powerful God Arcs once more and reunite with your fellow God Eaters to save the world. Not much details were revealed about this game yet, but it’s bound to release sometime soon! Dragon Quest Builders 2. The sequel to Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Spin-off. Rebuild from the ruins of a fresh new world and embrace the fun RPG and building mechanics inspired from Minecraft and Terraria.

No release date yet. Owlboy. Help Otus in his quest to save his Owl Kingdom from Pirate Doom.

This beautifully crafted platformer oozes with childlike wonder and challenging puzzles. It’s coming out sometime soon. Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red’s highly anticipated sci-fi open world is still in development shadows.

Word is, they’re going to announce the game during this year’s E3. No release date yet. Resident Evil 2 Remake. CAPCOM’s classics haven’t lost their touch yet.

With the success of the original RE’s remake, they’re planning to reinvigorate the franchise’s second major entry. No details are revealed yet, but it’s gonna make fans happy.