PlayStation Highlights the Best PS4 Games of the Generation in 220 Seconds

PlayStation Highlights the Best PS4 Games of the Generation in 220 Seconds

Featuring several hundred games in quick succession, PlayStation Access looks back on the generation-defining games that released on PS4.

With under a month left until the release of the next-generation consoles, PlayStation has notably been amping up their marketing machine in the build-up to the release of the PS5. While all eyes are on the next wave of games that we’ll play in the coming years, PlayStation has released a new video to look back at the past generation of incredible games that released on the PS4, which will surely make any viewer nostalgic.

Over on the PlayStation Access YouTube channel, a new video was released by PlayStation to highlight the best games that defined the generation on PS4. In an interesting twist, the video features one second of gameplay footage over the course of the over 3 and a half minute-long video, making for a fun viewing experience to try and determine which of the PS4’s best games made the cut.

You can check out the full video below from PlayStation Access:

There are likely more than a few games that viewers will recognize over the course of the video, which speaks to the strong roster of games that have released over the course of the PS4’s life. From exclusives like Bloodborne and God of War, to third-party games and indie hits, to VR games and experimental titles, it’s hard not to feel emotional while seeing the breadth of incredible games that have released on the PS4 in the past seven years.

However, there is a lot to look forward to with the upcoming release of the PS5 next month and the titles that we already know to expect at launch. Notably, first-party titles like Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon’s Souls are leading the charge on PS5 exclusives, while plenty of third-party games are also arriving on day one such as Assassin’s Creed ValhallaNBA 2K21Godfall, and many more.

The PS5 will officially launch starting on November 12, 2020 in select countries, followed by a larger worldwide release on November 19, 2020.