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Best PS4 Exclusive Games Ranked by Forbes



  •  There are many exclusives for the PlayStation 4 game console, but how to choose the best among them? This task was taken up by experts from Forbes magazine, using the estimates of the review aggregator Metacritic as a guide.

  •  Here are the top 10 best PS4 exclusives according to Forbes.

10.Horizon Zero Dawn

  •  The game takes place hundreds of years after the mysterious event that led to the end of modern civilization. The story begins as a small adventure focused on simple survival, and then gradually immerses the player in a gripping fantasy epic filled with "what a twist" and revelations.

  •  With the help of various weapons, the main character Aloy can destroy human enemies, as well as huge dinosaur-like machines, using their weak points. She has to use various tactics: set traps, hide and choose the right moment to attack.

  •  The combat system of Horizon Zero Dawn, as well as the script, the large open world and the study of the main character, received high marks from critics and players. In 2018, it even became the top-selling PlayStation 4 game.


  •  Created by Media Molecule, Dreams is both an exclusive sandbox game and a custom content creation tool, and the accompanying campaign was designed with the same features available to players.

  •  Dreams requires patience, but in return offers the ability to create your own game levels and share them online, as well as create levels together in multiplayer. This may be of interest not only to ordinary players, but also to novice game designers.


  •  When the Dark Souls series was at its peak, FromSoftware and its director Hidetaka Miyazaki teamed up with Sony to bring their exclusive take on the open-world action/RPG genre to the PlayStation 4. Bloodborne is a faster and more aggressive type of Dark Souls that focuses on fast movement and near-constant attacks aimed at destroying enemies chasing the character.

  •  This game is so well balanced – and the bosses are so interesting and well designed – that you won't notice the small variety of weapons available in Bloodborne.

  •  Yharnam is one of the most impressive and beautifully rendered game worlds FromSoftware has ever created. It combines Victorian era architecture with terrifying monsters inspired by Lovecraft's works. Even when you win a battle, you are always afraid of what will be around the next corner. Fans have been asking for a sequel to Bloodborne and we hope it comes out sooner or later.

7. Journey

  •  It's one of the most beautiful games ever made for consoles, with a great soundtrack and a vibrant art style that looks like it's been pulled straight out of a picture book. If you purchase the PS3 version, you will have access to the PS4 version at no additional charge.

6. Uncharted 4

  •  Nathan Drake's latest adventure is a love letter to fans, filled with puzzles, gunplay, and a heartfelt and often hilarious story. Along with friend Sally and brother Sam, Nathan must make a choice between his family and his adrenaline rush, even if it means losing those he loves.

5. Person 5

  •  One of the best PlayStation 4 exclusives, according to Forbes, it is considered an incredibly ambitious game, known as a modern classic and one of the best role-playing games ever made. As one of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts, the protagonist will have to fight evil by entering worlds created by the power of the emotions of human hearts. In each such palace world, you need to steal a treasure that symbolizes the dark desires of its owner.

  •  However, do not forget that the main character is only 16 years old, which means that no one canceled his studies. In addition to going to classes and taking excursions, you can explore Tokyo, take part-time jobs, and improve your social skills by hanging out with friends.

4. The Last of Us Part 2

  •  Although some argue that the second part is not as good as the first, The Last of Us Part 2 is still one of the greatest PS4 games, both critically and commercially.

  •  It takes the world and characters of its predecessor and tells the story of revenge from the point of view of the two main characters. You may not agree with their decisions or actions, but this game proves that this is not just a battle of good guys and women against bad guys and women. Combine that with exceptional stealth action gameplay and quality directing and you have a masterpiece game, even if it doesn't quite live up to the expectations set by the original.

3. God of War

  •  Sony Santa Monica has managed to turn God of War from a stale action movie into one of the most famous games of all time. The soft reboot did not erase any plot from previous games, but moved the main character Kratos to a country with Scandinavian mythology, while before he got gods and monsters from Greek mythology as opponents.

  •  The addition of Kratos' son Atreus to the story and the emphasis on open research make the game more atmospheric and lively than its predecessors. No wonder God of War is one of the best PlayStation 4 exclusive games out there.

2. The Last of Us Remastered

  •  Few PS4 games have been universally acclaimed, and The Last of Us Remastered is one of those lucky ones. The apocalyptic story sees protagonist Joel and teen Ellie trying to find a cure for a pandemic that is turning humanity into zombie-like creatures, but they soon discover that the few healthy people can pose an even greater threat.

  •  Combining traditional third-person shooting with stealth mechanics and a cover system, The Last of Us pleasantly surprises with its visual effects. They are even better in the Remastered version, thanks to increased draw distance along with improved textures. Also, the updated version supports 60 frames per second, and has a "Photo Mode" that allows you to pause the gameplay and take a picture of the game from any angle, while adding various effects.

1. Person 5 Royal

  •  This is an improved version of the original, offering two new characters, updated mechanics, accessories with passive and active skills that can be placed on allies, new dialogue heads, and more content. If the passage of the first part took from 120 to 150 hours, depending on your pace of the game, then the second part stretched another one and a half times.