Is This The End For The PS4?
The PlayStation 4 has been host to some of the most iconic games since its release back in 2013 with the likes of Last Of Us, Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War and having sold well over 100 million units it's safe to say the PS4 has its place firmly in the hall of fame. Since its release the PS5 hasn't had very many console exclusive games with most still being available on the inferior PS4 system but the latest update from PlayStation indicates that Sony may be finally moving on from the PS4 and focusing its efforts on the next generation of gaming.
Upcoming PS5 & PS4 Games in 2023
Check out the latest update from PlayStation detailing exactly what we can expect in 2023.
Final Fantasy XVI - PS5 Only
Horizon Burning Shores - PS5 Only
Spider Man 2 - PS5 Only
Assassins Creed Mirage - PS5/PS4
Resident Evil 4 - PS5/PS4
Forspoken - PS5 Only
Suicide Squad - PS5 Only
Dead Space - PS5 Only
Stellar Blade - PS5 Only
Street Fighter - PS5/PS4
Star Wars Jedi Survivor - PS5 Only
Alone in the Dark - PS5 Only
Firewall Ultra - PS5/PSVR2 Only
Pacific Drive - PS5 Only
The Lords of the Fallen - PS5 Only
Horizon VR Call of the Mountain - PS5/PSVR2 Only
Destiny 2 Lightfall - PS5/PS4
Eternights - PS5/PS4
Tchia - PS5/PS4
Season A Letter to the Future - PS5/PS4
Synduality - PS5 Only
Hogwarts Legacy - PS5/PS4
Wild Hearts - PS5 Only
Whilst we're going to miss the PlayStation 4 once it finally bows out and Sony stop production if we're going to step into the world of next gen gaming fully then sacrifices need to be made and some of the games currently being made are just too much for the poor almost 10 year old system. Here's also hoping that Sony focusing their sighs on PS5 exclusives means that the PS5 stock issues will become a thing of the past.