Counting down the 50 best PS4 games as of right now. Keep checking back for updates as more PS4 games are released!
(All entries are accurate as of October 31, 2017)
This list of the 50 best PS4 games will take a number of factors into consideration. No straight ports or remasters of games released from previous generations will be considered. Any titles that are remade with a fundamentally updated gameplay experience are possible options, however. Finally, exclusivity will not be a prime factor in the rank weighting of this list but will be factored when coming to a final conclusion.
As the PS4 adds more games, both physically and digitally, to grow the platform’s catalog, we will be updating this list to reflect said changes. Titles will be added while others will be dropped. It’s entirely possible games dropped from the list will be updated once again as DLC, expansion packs and ongoing episodic content is released, done so in a way to better reflect each title as an overall package.
You should check out our other lists of major game rankings below.
For now, let’s get into the best PS4 games!
Best PS4 Games #50 – Jackbox Party Pack 3
Developer: Jackbox Games
Synopsis: Gather some of your closest buddies (or family members) together around the video game console and get ready for a barrel of laughs. The Jackbox Party Pack 3 is the latest in the party video game franchise that hosts a ton of minigames, including the long-awaited sequel of Quiplash 2.
These hilarious minigames will have you and your group pick out which statement is the best answer to a question, answer multiple choice questions as party of a horror thriller, guess the percentage of people in the world who do a certain activity, draw out random t-shirts and slogans (deciding which one is the best), and guessing which person in the group is a faker.
Why it’s one of the 50 best PS4 games: While the rest of the games industry is chasing the dream of having the highest graphical fidelity in their video games, or pushing the number of people that can join in a multiplayer map, Jackbox continuously plans the development of their games around lighthearted fun at home.
It’s hard to sell the idea of a traditional board game through a video game console, but Jackbox Party Pack 3 combines the crude silliness of Cards Against Humanity with the creativity of Cranium to create a lovely game of its very own.