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Tuesday, 3 July 2018

24 Biggest PS4 Exclusive Games Of 2018: Spider-Man, God Of War, And More

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Last year was an amazing year to be a PlayStation 4 owner.On top of an well-rounded selection of multi-platform games like Prey, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and What Remains of Edith Finch, you also had access to fantastic exclusives like Persona 5, Gravity Rush 2, Nioh, and Horizon: Zero Dawn. And for those with any interest in virtual reality, the release of PlayStation VR was the icing on the cake.

2018 has been a pretty good follow-up so far. Iconoclasts and God of War are just two of a number of new exclusives. The PS4's library has some excellent new multi-platform games as well, such as Celeste and Monster Hunter: World. Looking ahead, there are still plenty of new PlayStation 4 exclusives on the way that are well worth getting excited about. Insomniac's Spider-Man is primed to close out the PS4's 2018 roster of console exclusives.

There are tons of exciting exclusives for PS4 this year. Below is a full list of the biggest ones, and for more information on each game, click through to the slides ahead to find out what each game is and its release date.

PS4 Console Exclusive Games In 2018

We've compiled every big exclusive we know of so far here, and will continue to update this gallery with new games as they get announced. Be sure to check back often as we update this gallery with more exclusives. And if you're curious about other platforms, you can check out our features on Xbox One exclusives, PC exclusives, and Switch exclusives. In the meantime, which exclusives are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.


Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory


The latest game in the long-running Digimon series presents the mysterious backstory to the events that transpired in the first Cyber Sleuth game, and features 320 Digimon from the animated series.

Watch some gameplay.

Developer: Media.Vision | Release Date: January 19



Iconoclasts


Iconoclasts is a Metroidvania-inspired action puzzler where you play as Robin, an unlicensed mechanic in a world ruled by a corrupt theocracy that rules the world by controlling technology. When Robin's actions inevitably provoke the powers that be to hunt down everyone she loves, she becomes embroiled in a conflict that threatens not only the safety of her family but the entire world.

We gave the game a 9/10. Read our Iconoclasts review.

Developer: Joakim Sandberg | Release Date: January 23


The Inpatient


The Inpatient is an unlikely prequel to Supermassive Games' 2015 horror gem, Until Dawn. It's a PSVR experience set 60 years prior to the first game, inside the foreboding halls of Blackwood Sanatorium.

We gave the game a 8/10. Read our The Inpatient review.

Developer: Supermassive Games | Release Date: January 23


Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT


The Dissidia games found a lot of fans back during the PSP's heyday, and more recently in Japanese arcades. The latest in the series released on PlayStation 4, courtesy of Team Ninja, and promised wild mid-air battles between Final Fantasy's most beloved and infamous characters.

We gave the game a 5/10. Check out our Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT review.

Developer: Team Ninja | Release Date: January 30


Shadow of the Colossus


The magical PS2 game Shadow of the Colossus was given a new lease on life with a PS4 remake. Bluepoint Games completely rebuilt every aspect of the game's world while leaving the underlying structure and mechanics intact, making Shadow of the Colossus even better than before.

We gave the game a 9/10. Check out our Shadow of the Colossus review.

Developer: Bluepoint Games | Release Date: February 6


The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia


The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia lets you enjoy the destructive action and excitement from the anime. Battle your friends in memorable fights that feature the likes of Meliodas, Elizabeth, Ban, Hawk, and the other colorful assortment of characters that live in Britannia.

Watch some gameplay.

Developer: Bandai Namco Games | Release Date: February 9


Moss


Moss is a fetching adventure in a magical world starring a daring and capable mouse named Quill. This game has a lot of heart, but its storybook whims can only be experienced through a PSVR headset.

We gave the game a 8/10. Read our Moss review.

Developer: Polyarc | Release Date: February 27



Frantics


Frantics hopes to entertain you and a few of your closest friends with 15 oddball mini-games. Designed for PlayLink support, you use your smartphone, rather than a DualShock, to participate.

Developer: NapNok Games | Release Date: March 6


Bravo Team


Supermassive's PSVR game, Bravo Team, is a tactical shooter designed for two-player co-op, either locally or online; teamwork and communication are key to your success.

We gave the game a 4/10. Check our Bravo Team review.

Developer: Supermassive Games | Release Date: March 6


Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom


Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom outdoes its predecessor. An ambitious title, it's a character-driven RPG that doubles as a kingdom simulator and even occasionally becomes a real-time strategy game.

We gave the game a 8/10. Check out our Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom review.

Developer: Leveil-5 | Release Date: March 23


MLB The Show 18


The most recent addition to Sony's annual baseball series features the formidable New York Yankee, Aaron Judge. MLB The Show 18 pushes the franchise's visuals, mechanics, and authenticity to new heights.

We gave the game a 9/10. Read our MLB The Show 18 review.

Developer: Sony San Diego Studio | Release Date: March 27


Yakuza 6: The Song of Life


Sega's serious-meets-slapstick open-world series continues its onslaught on the West with Yakuza 6: The Song of Life. It's also the first game to take advantage of the new Dragon Engine, which helps the game's lifelike renditions of Tokyo and famous Japanese actors look more convincing than ever.

We gave the game a 8/10. Check out our Yakuza 6: The Song of Life review.

Developer: Ryu ga Gotoku Studios | Release Date: April 17


God of War


With the pantheon of Greek gods behind him, Kratos' latest adventure takes him to the frozen Norse wilds. Though the series' familiar action remains intact, Kratos must now also care for his son, Atreus, as the two work together to overcome brutal obstacles and new opponents.

We gave the game a 9/10. Check out our God of War review.

Developer: Sony Santa Monica Studio | Release Date: April 20


Dragon's Crown Pro


The sumptuously illustrated beat-em-up from Vanillaware is making a comeback, and the Pro version of the game will feature new support for 4K (on PS4 Pro) and a newly recorded orchestrated soundtrack.

We gave the original game a 8/10. Check out our Dragon's Crown review.

Watch some gameplay of the Pro version of the game.

Developer: Vanillaware | Release Date: April 24


Megadimension Neptunia VIIR


Megadimension Neptunia VIIR is essentially a rerelease of Megadimension Neptunia VII, but the new version comes with special-made PSVR sections created in an entirely new engine for VIIR.

Watch the trailer.

Developer: Compile Heart | Release Date: May 8



Detroit: Become Human


Detroit: Become Human examines the potential complications that may arise if artificial lifeforms advance far enough to not just appear human, but convince us they feel human as well. Play through multiple outcomes based on the choices you make during calm and heated scenes alike.

We gave the game a 7/10. Check out our Detroit: Become Human review.

Developer: Quantic Dream | Release Date: May 25


Fighting EX Layer


Fighting EX Layer is a fighting game developed by Arika, a studio most known for its work on the cult-classic Street Fighter EX series. It includes many of the original characters from those games, as well as similar fighting mechanics.

Watch the trailer.

Developer: Arika | Release Date: June 28


Star Child


Star Child is a dreamy, narrative-driven platformer from a team of self-admitted sci-fi junkies for PSVR. Developer Playful Corp. is best known for the two Lucky's Tale games: Lucky's Tale for Oculus Rift and Super Lucky's Tale, an early Xbox One X title.

Watch the trailer.

Developer: Playful Corp. | Release Date: Summer 2018


Yakuza Kiwami 2


A remake of Yakuza 2, Yakuza Kiwami 2 continues the franchise's tradition of offering a staggering amount of different types of gameplay in a action-adventure open world.

Watch the trailer.

Developer: Sega | Release Date: August 28


Spider-Man


Developed by the folks behind the parkour-heavy and vibrant Sunset Overdrive, Spider-Man swings onto PS4 later this year. The game is both great looking and action packed, but we'll have to wait until September to see if the experience can truly do justice to our favorite wall-crawler.

Watch some gameplay.

Developer: Insomniac Games | Release Date: September 7



Blood & Truth


Blood & Truth is a PSVR game poised to build on The London Heist portion of Sony's PlayStation VR Worlds, with more immersive environments and massive shootouts.

Watch the trailer.

Developer: Sony London Studios | Release Date: TBA 2018


Golem


Golem is a PSVR game that gives you the power to create and control creatures made of stone. At first, you'll be limited to the confines of your virtual bedroom, but as you grow more familiar with your powers you'll eventually end up in the middle of an ancient abandoned city while controlling massive, 15-foot giants.

Watch the trailer.

Developer: Highwire Games | Release Date: TBA 2018


Dreams


Like Little Big Planet before it, Dreams aims to give you the power to create worlds with ease and share them with other players. Media Molecule claims that players, rather than the developers, will define what Dreams ultimately becomes.

We discussed Dreams at E3 2018.

Developer: Media Molecule | Release Date: TBA 2018


Concrete Genie


In Concrete Genie, players take on the role of Ash, a troubled teen who's bullied. Ash escapes his problems by painting beautiful landscapes and creatures, but when he finds some magical paint, his artwork begins to come to life.

We sat down with the PixelOpus at E3 2018 to talk about Concrete Genie.

Developer: PixelOpus | Release Date: TBA 2018




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