Every PS4 game announced for 2014 so far – 100+ and growing

The ultimate gaming shopping list - we’ll keep it updated as more are unveiled

Over the past few weeks and months, we’ve announced a huge number of PS4 games right here on PlayStation Blog – from AAA blockbusters and ambitious MMOs to striking indies and innovative downloads. In an effort to keep track of everything, we’ve challenged ourselves to draw up a comprehensive list of every single PS4 title scheduled to launch this year (note: games announced for 2015 are not included). Take a look at mk.1 below – we’ll keep adding to it as more games are announced.

Of course, the usual caveats apply: release schedules can change and titles can slip, so please treat the below as a guide.

Finally, let us know if we’re missing anything!

Out now

Awesomenauts Assemble!Ronimo Inc
Basement CrawlBloober Team
Dead Nation: Apocalypse EditionSCE
Don’t Starve: Console EditionKlei Entertainment
OutlastRed Barrels Inc.
Rayman LegendsUbisoft
Stealth Inc: Ultimate EditionCurve Studios
The Lego Movie VideogameWarner Bros.
ThiefSquare Enix
Tomb Raider: Definitive EditionSquare Enix
TowerFall AscensionMatt Makes Games
War ThunderGaijin Network


Out this month

inFAMOUS Second SonSCE
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground ZeroesKonami
Stealth Inc. Ultimate EditionCurve Studios
Steamworld DigImage&Form
Strike Suit ZeroBorn Ready games

Sucker Punch has endowed this open-world superhuman simulator with muscular combat and drop-dead gorgeous graphics.


1001 SpikesNicalis
Anomaly 211 Bit Studios
Bound by FlameFocus Home
CastleStorm: Definitive EditionZen Studios
Cel Damage HDFinish Line Games
Child of LightUbisoft
Divekick: Addition EditionIron Galaxy
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm RebornSquare Enix
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship EditionDrinkbox Studios
KickBeat: Special EditionZen Studios
Lego The HobbitWarner Bros.
Mercenary KingsTribute Games
MLB 14: The ShowSCE
Octodad: Dadliest CatchYoung Horses
Oddworld: New ‘n’ TastyOddworld Inhabitants
Pure PoolRipstone LTD
R.B.I. Baseball 14MLB AM
Ready to RunBeatshapers
Secret PonchosSwitchblade Monkeys
SportsfriendsDie Gute Fabrik
Switch Galaxy UltraAtomicon
The Amazing Spider-Man 2Activision
The SwapperCurve Studios
Titan InvasionCurve Studios
Trials FusionUbisoft
Wolfenstein: The New OrderBethesda

Ubisoft Montreal’s hacker opus revels in its expansive interconnected world where Chicago’s defensive systems are yours for the taking.

OctodadOctodad: Dadliest Catch
This comedic gem forces you to navigate menial domestic tasks. The hilarious catch? You have no bones!

WolfensteinWolfenstein: The New Order
MachineGames’ reboot of the classic series takes a familiar formula and adds a rich, rewarding story, creating an intensely satisfying old-school / new-school mashup.

Final-Fantasy-XIVFinal Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
Eorzea beckons. The highly regarded MMO hits PS4 this year, using the console’s immense graphical power to create a vibrant, breathing world to get lost in.


Final HorizonEiconic Games
GALAK-Z: The Dimensional17 Bit Games
Murdered: Soul SuspectSquare Enix
PixelJunk Shooter UltimateDouble Eleven
Sniper Elite 3505 Games
The Elder Scrolls OnlineBethesda
The Evil WithinBethesda
Race the SunFlippfly
Transformers: Rise of the Dark SparkActivision
Velocity 2XFuturlab

Bungie’s sweeping sci-fi epic seeks to redefine online shooters with large-scale co-op battles and gripping competitive play.

This Saturday morning space shooter drips charisma. Strap in — it’s gonna be a heck of a ride.


Dragon Age: InquisitionEA
Evolve2K Games
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong NumberDevolver Digital
Rocketbirds 2: EvolutionRatloop
The WitnessThekla, Inc.

TheWitnessThe Witness
Jonathan Blow’s next mindbender is a feast for the senses, painting a dazzling open-world island populated by hundreds of puzzles.

Turtle Rock’s next step in the squad-based shooter arena pits four hunters against a formidable beast. The catch? The monster is another player.


Guns of Icarus OnlineMuse Games
Hyper Light DrifterHeart Machine
Ray’s the DeadRagtag Studios

Hyper-Light-DrifterHyper Light Drifter
An enticing blend of retro graphics and ambient sounds, Hyper Light Drifter promises to be one of the most sought-after indies this year.

TBA 2014

Alien: IsolationSega
Assault Android CactusWitch Beam
AztezTeam Colorblind
Backgammon BlitzThe Fyzz
Batman: Arkham KnightWarner Bros.
Blast ‘Em BunniesNnoo Pty
Cosmic Star HeroineZeboyd
Defense Grid 2505 Games
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil EditionActivision Blizzard
Dragon Fin SoupGrimm Bros
Dying LightWarner Bros.
Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete EditionTecmo Koei
Energy HookHappion Labs
Foul PlayMedia Tonic
Hand of FateDefiant Development
HomeBenjamin Rivers Inc.
Jet Car StuntsGrip Games
Legend of RavenNicalis
Lords of the FallenBandai Namco Games
Mad MaxWarner Bros.
Middle-earth: Shadow of MordorWarner Bros.
N++Metanet Software
NBA 2K152K Sports
Nuclear ThroneVlambeer
The Order: 1886SCE
Pier Solar and the Great ArchitectsWatermelon Games
Planetside 2SOE
Putty SquadMaximum Games
Road Not TakenSpry Fox
Rogue LegacyCellar Door Games
Samurai GunnTeknopants/Maxistentialism
Savant AscentD-Pad Studio
Shantae: Half-Genie HeroWayForward
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & PunishmentsFrogwares
The Binding of Isaac: RebirthNicalis
The CrewUbisoft
Tom Clancy’s The DivisionUbisoft
TransistorSupergiant Games
Tropico 5Kalypso Media
Valiant Hearts: The Great WarUbisoft
VolumeMike Bithell
Worms BattlegroundsTeam17
WWE 2K152K Sports
Super Exploding ZooHoneyslug

ArkhamKnightBatman: Arkham Knight
Bruce Wayne fends off a rogue’s gallery of villains in this conclusion to Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy. Bonus: You get to drive the Batmobile!

Featuring tunes by Ghostly International and art by Richard Hogg, Hohokum defies virtually all attempts at description.

TheOrder1886The Order: 1886
High-powered weaponry and alternate history collide in Ready At Dawn’s twisted Neo-Victorian interpretation of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

AlienIsolationAlien: Isolation
As Amanda Ripley, you’ll avoid the clutches of a prowling xenomorph while navigating a sprawling space station.

This gorgeous action RPG from Supergiant Games pits a voiceless heroine against an omnipresent computerized presence. Your weapon? A high-tech talking sword.

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I miss the days of console exclusives.

Sum-Mischief 26 March, 2014 @ 16:06

OK, nice …. Bring them on !!

Sum-Mischief 26 March, 2014 @ 16:07

Very nice ,.. Bring them on.

arnaud_artgamer 26 March, 2014 @ 16:07

Very good idea to share with us this listing.
Each times we heard more than 100 games on PS4 in 2014 without list it’s hard to believe :)

This is a really nice list, but War Thunder was released at launch, so I’m not sure what it’s doing on the “Spring” list.

Nice list. I’ve been reminiscing about games from my childhood as of late. One game that stands out is boxing manager on the spectrum. I loved that game and can’t see why it hasn’t been tried since. Fred, I assume you occasionally meet small and large game makers, that being the case could you ask if any of them would be interested in making a game like that?

mellan_Konsten 26 March, 2014 @ 16:12

Can you please make a similar list for the Vita so I can start writing things down im my #PSVcal :)

Not nice at all

QuietlyWrong 26 March, 2014 @ 16:15

Pool Nation FX?


What on earth has happened to #DriveClub? Is that ever getting a release? (I know it says TBA 2014, but even so….)

I read Dreamfall Chapters is coming to PS4:
Hopefully more point and click adventures will come to PS4.

jamie-sixtyfour 26 March, 2014 @ 16:19

Any news on Golf Club? It was aiming for a spring release.

StevenJamesHyde 26 March, 2014 @ 16:21

Putty Squad has been out since 2013, and Assassin’s Creed: Unity should be on there somewhere

April looks like a good month… can’t wait for Trials and Child of Light

Ishan_The_King 26 March, 2014 @ 16:23

So Shadow of Mordor and The Division confirmed for 2014, very nice. A little too many indie games here on these lists, thanks but I’ll keep my eyes on the AAA stuff.

Great list, I didn’t know about most of those games :D

StevenJamesHyde 26 March, 2014 @ 16:23

You can probably safely add FIFA 15 and CoD 11 to the ‘winter’ list, too…

Shame about Uncharted not being announced for 2014, expect some more details in E3 though :)

This list is obviously incomplete as there are plenty of titles still to be announced: FIFA 15 for instance, the new COD, unannounced SCE titles for 2014 and plenty more. p.s you’ve missed Project Cars and Assassin’s Creed: Unity :D

Huono_peleis 26 March, 2014 @ 16:30

Indies, multiplatform-games and re-releases of old PS3 games. Give me a single reason to invest on next-gen. Slightly higher resolution isn’t one. Can’t see why “Fez”or “Hotline Miami” are so much better in 1080 than 720.


Wolfenstein in May :D

Next years list hopefully includes a PS4 version of the Last of Us and a new Uncharted. You know it makes sense

I thought EA Sports UFC is out this spring… And what is happening with DriveClub?

And also does this list mean that we won’t get next Uncharted and Gran Turismo this year?

StevenJamesHyde 26 March, 2014 @ 16:34

No Rime?

godofwar32010 26 March, 2014 @ 16:37

Fine, and what about the Vita and PS3?


Now remove the B list games like the indies.


any update on the guitar hero tracks discount? U said u would investigate … but there’s only 4 days left before they are removed :(


I don’t see why War Thunder is on the Spring release list. It came out last year at launch.

OpelManiac93 26 March, 2014 @ 16:50

TBA 2014: #DriveClub
I honestly seem to remember to have read somewhere in the past that this would be a launch game.

madmanwithabox12 26 March, 2014 @ 16:53

Can we get this for Vita too? Vita always needs more love.

Hexahedronaut 26 March, 2014 @ 16:57

So many entitled little whiners on this blog lately, it’s hilarious please continue.

@ShadowDoGGG. What you was supposed to say was “waaaaaaaaa shtop liking fings I dunt like waaaaaaa”


Shadow of the beast?

Come on Sony Warhawk 2 we need a WARHAWK 2!

declan__watson 26 March, 2014 @ 17:03

Cannot wait for Wolfenstein: The New Order, have always played First-person Shooters and Wolfenstein is the series that started this amazing genre. Big fan of the Wolfenstein series since a 3 year old on a PC along with some of the other leading FPS’s in the world like Doom, Quake and Half-Life. Pre-order Wolfenstein bring on May 23rd cant wait. ;) :)

supersmith2500 26 March, 2014 @ 17:05

Here’s my upcoming games for the PlayStation Vita if anyone is interested:

Remember, this is only retail release titles but I can do PSN titles as well if you want.

Bacon_Crispies 26 March, 2014 @ 17:09

This list is not making me want to upgrade, apart from DriveClub and Destiny I can’t see any other exclusives. Can’t wait for E3, some big announcements and I’ll be running to the shops with cash in hand.

electronicapunk 26 March, 2014 @ 17:12

@OpelManiac93, so was Watch_Dogs… many games announced for launch got delayed ;)

As for DriveClub, it wont be arriving anytime soon:


Looks impressive until you actually realise 64% of the games listed are indie games and quite a large percentage of those indie games have been released already on other formats. So they’re actually ports of indie games!! The AAA games listed look really weak and unoriginal. Microsoft must be killing themselves laughing! It’s staggeringly unprofessional that Sony can’t give a release date for Drive Clue! More than four months after is was dropped from the launch line up. A completely pointless article that makes me want to sell my PS4 for an Xbox One not keep it.


Where is Rime!!!!!!!!!!

TimeSkipLuffyUS 26 March, 2014 @ 17:23

More exclusives please!


Where is Rime!


Is there a date to the day, for the strike suit zero release?

Artemisthemp 26 March, 2014 @ 17:27

I don’t see a Hyperdimension Neptunia on that list


Wow just wow I’m not impress I’m now regret getting a ps4 I not use it much since I got mine those titles you speak of while ps4 is power then the ps3 but those titles don’t look different on ps3 & ps4.

Sure there is slight difference between the 2 version but 2D pixel do look the same on all consoles where is FF15 & KH3 those will be very nice because it not coming on ps3 at all I bet ff14 still have when the camera pans across the screen there is a slight jugg effect that the screen jump.

I got both ps3 & ps4 of MGS-5:GZ both intro look the same on both version so I can’t tell that difference again a slight difference in gameplay the model of snake look the same as ps3.

residentSteve 26 March, 2014 @ 17:32

Only watchdogs and drive club on that list, ps4’s been a bit disappointment so far for me.
I haven’t enjoyed killzone or infamous, I’m looking forward to relaunching my ps4 on May 30th.

Ishan_The_King 26 March, 2014 @ 17:36


Agreed, but don’t sell your PS4 yet, hopefully E3 will have more good news for us that are longing for more AAAs and Exclusives.

someone say the list is incomplete because missing SCE 2014 games or announces, witn so many lay offs on 1st party studios i don’t think we see something new on E3 this year except the order and uncharted and maybe the drive club if is still alive i hope to get wrong but yeah great list, nice jod ps blog. A list from upcoming games for ps vita it wiil be good too because i don’t know other games this year only the counter spy

Phoenixology 26 March, 2014 @ 17:38

To all of those wondering about why War Thunder is there, I assume it’s because it’s a formal launch date for the game as it’s only a BETA on the store.


great games to look forward to. hopefully the ps+ update will be good for ps4 and not some rubbish indie game again. or it really will be “why did i get rid of the ps3” but heres hoping. is there any word of dayz standalone maybe coming to ps4 ?


90% indie games, i’m done with sony and PS4.


What about Shadow of the Beast? :)

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