Killzone: Shadow Fall

Sony and a number of third parties announced games today for the PlayStation 4, with 10 games announced in total.

The PlayStation 4 launch left a lot of questions unanswered, but at least we got some eyeball time on some of the titles we'll be able to play on the new console.

Guerilla Games

The fourth game in the FPS Killzone series sees the enemy Helghasts take the upper hand.

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Evolution Studios

A racing game that hopes to bring two new things to the genre: co-operative racing and a scarily high level of attention to detail.

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Infamous: Second Son

Sucker Punch

What if 1984 had superheroes?

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The Witness

Jonathan Blow

A new, gorgeous, open-world puzzler from Jonathan Blow (Braid) will be PS4 exclusive for the launch window.

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Japan Studios

This sweet-looking action-puzzle-adventure game looks to make good use of the graphics card.

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Deep Down (working title)


Holy jaw-droppingly beautiful graphics, Batman!

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Watch Dogs


Ubisoft's exciting upcoming action title with gameplay based around real-world hacking has been confirmed for the PS4 as well as the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U.

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Diablo III


It will be interesting to see how Blizzard's popular role-playing game translates from PC to console. It will be coming to both PS3 and PS4.

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We don't know a lot about upcoming FPS Destiny, but what we have seen looks great; and if it's Bungie, we're in. It's coming to PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360.

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Final Fantasy: Agni's Philosophy

Square Enix

OK, so Square didn't actually say what it's doing for PS4, telling the audience that we'd have to wait until the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). We're hoping it's Agni's Philosophy, a tech demo that the company showed at E3 last year.

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