2020 has got a lot of gamers buzzing for what's to come to the PS4 console. Plenty of games are worth your time and resources, but here are the five that are going to make you run to the nearest game shop.
Gods and Monsters
Gods and Monsters is a title that is being developed by practically the same team of developers that brought you the hit, "Assassin's Creed Odyssey." According to its publisher, the game would be released on February 25, 2020, which isn't too far from now. In the game, players would be equipped with the power of the gods to save one of the most renowned monsters in Greek mythology and defeat the gods' archenemy, Typhon.
Final Fantasy VII Remake
A game that has got a lot of gamers buzzing is the remake of the 1997 fan-favorite Final Fantasy VII. Set to be released to the public on March 3, 2020, fans that have been practically begging for this game to be re-released for many, many years are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
Watch Dogs Legion
There is no shortage of excitement when it comes to E3 2019, but one particular reveal that got many gamers going was Watch Dogs Legion. Expected to be released on March 6, 2020, but has been since delayed, the game follows the activities of a hacker organization known as DedSec in London after Brexit as it battles the new regime. The game is the third game of the Watch Dogs franchise, and based on information that was made available by Ubisoft, many feel that this game would turn lukewarm fans of the previous two games into firm believers with this third one.
The Last of Us Part II
The Last of Us is one of the industry's most famous and beloved games of all time. So it's not even a surprise just how much anticipation has been building up ever since The Last of Us Part II was made public during an event that was held back in December 2016. The game is set five years after the events of the original game and would follow the adventures of an older Elle and a much, much older Joel. The Last of Us II has already released a few trailers, and from the looks of it, the sequel features improved gameplay, more intelligent opponents, both humans and otherwise. Heck, players now also have to contend against dogs for crying out loud! The game's publisher has already said that this game would see a release on May 20, 2020, which means not a lot of time left for gamers, both casual and earnest fans of the original one, to get on the bandwagon.
With a release date of April 16, 2020, gamers must be saving uploads to keep up with the list of popular games that are going to be coming out one after the other. Cyberpunk 2077, for one, is high on the list of many gamers. Based on a tabletop game entitled Cyberpunk 2020, Cyberpunk 2077 is an open-world game that features six various sectors that players can explore. The game follows the endeavors of the protagonist named V and his adventures in the fictional region of Night City in California. Between nefarious gangs, unruly businesses, and rigid laws, the stage is set for V to make his mark in Night City before it descends into chaos and anarchy.