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Experts Tell Us the Best 2020 PS4 Games

This article showcases our top picks for the Best 2020 PS4 Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Hot Wheels Unleashed

This product was recommended by Kieran Knight from Fitness Home HQ

If you like driving, then this PS4 game is perfect for you. Here, you can drift like crazy in order to charge your boost and leave your competitors behind. You can even use this boost to clast off through the hoops. The best and most exciting part of the game is the effect of gravity. You have to be fast to avoid the risk of falling. Hence, this game is really fun to play.

F1 2020 Standard Edition

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign

If you want a game to give you the thrills of speed, F1 2020 is your best option. It is the most profound yet most accessible Codemasters Formula One experience of all time. Players of all skill levels will find it a pulse-pounding joyride. It is satisfying as heck to learn the ins and outs of the game. However, for new F1 racers, the game has a Casual Mode where everything is simplified without overwhelming menus, making it less nerve-wracking and more fun than ever to leap into a match. Its new mode, My Team, is a revelation where players are charged with creating a driver, looking for sponsors, engine suppliers, hiring teammates and getting added to the Formula One grid. The mode allows players to live out their F1 driver fantasies. It gives them a sense of the behind-the-scenes actions that go into making their cars go vroom.

Ghost of Tsushima

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign

Released in 2020, the game has gained critical notoriety for its sensitive handling of historical and cultural motifs, its beautiful graphics, and a superbly balanced combat system. The gameplay follows the tale of Jin Sakai and his quest to rid Tsushima of the Mongal horde, which is a love letter to the samurai of legend. It has one of the best storylines, characters, and well-implemented mechanics where the wind acts as a navigation system. This game reflects positively on its developers and deserves to be in the same conversation as Naughty Dog, Insomniac, and Sony Santa Monica.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

This product was recommended by Jonathan Tian from Mobitrix

This is a top-notch PS4 game, which leads you with the epic Viking rads against Saxon fortresses and troops. While playing this game, you will get complete relief from the visceral fighting style of the Vikings as you are loaded with dual-wield potent weapons. You can challenge yourself with the most classic and varied collections of foes ever in Assassin’s Creed. This is a Ubisoft game that can be played on the Playstation 4, and it lets you shape the growth of your character with every choice you make.

The Outer Worlds

This product was recommended by Jonathan Tian from Mobitrix

There are various internal debates around this game. You must like this game if you play RPGs for the side quests. But you may find it tedious when you run through the top story and ignore the side quests. In both ways, it’s a great pick for the RPG-obsessed gamers tired of replaying Skyrim. Obsidian Entertainment develops this game, and it’s rife with riffs on multifaceted companions, capitalism, and a character, including errors and positive perks.

The Last of Us Part II

This product was recommended by Brian Lee from Drill and Driver

For games that have sequels, this one is the most controversial as for the continuation of the story. The story telling is so good that you can really immerse to the post-apocalyptic setting of the game. Even the cut scenes will give you full emotions in different aspects. The game still follows the same format from the previous one of surviving not only from infected humans but also from different factions of humans staying alive in any means. The action gameplay and stealth mechanics are improved from the first one and gives greater mobility and action sequences. Really a fun game but make sure to note of the age rating as the story is well, mainly for more matured gaming fans.

God of War

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

If you are an action series buff, GOD of Wars is the first and best choice. Here, Kratos is still very angry, and the sequences of the Game still feature eras of horrific violence, and the warfare goes on to be steady and brutal at the same time. Explore the world and discover all the secrets. There are several layers, which are adventurous and scary. As an add-on, Puzzles are intelligent and impressive. Overall it is a must-try out.

Bloodborne

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Bloodborne is a must-try for all PS4 game lovers. The games go with a: A city that beads with dismay; every corner potentially hiding a monstrosity beast or fascinatingly gnarled piece of myth. With a few weapons, you discover fear, amazement. And with the finest third-person melee combat in all of the games. It’s a bit challenging. And if you dare to accept the challenge, you can go for it.

Marvel’s Spider-Man

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

A Spiderman enthusiast? Then this Game has a whole vibe built-in. It’s a game about Spider-Man made by people who sincerely, completely, genuinely love Spider-Man. The simple act of climbing and flipping through the city is enjoyable and addictive. You will want to explore every bit of the town. You will also come across a story of love, loss, adolescence, and many other new and awkward feelings, which can be cheerful and courteous.

Control

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

It stands as the Game of the year. A third-person shooter game. With a pinch of the Supernatural Twists. It’s a blend of Explorations, adventurous, energetic, competitive sessions, with a vast collection of great, powerful, and unique weapons.

Red Dead Redemption 2

This product was recommended by Richard Lubicky from RealPeopleSearch

Red Dead Redemption 2 is an excellent experience. It’s an impressive return to the Wild West for the developer, proving once again that he’s so capable outside the world of modern crime and supercar capers. However, where this particular game perhaps impresses the most is in its deeply immersive and heart-filled story that lives on with you long after the last bullet is fired. Even beyond the side and main missions, there are many encounters in the world. Having the largest open-world map of the studio’s games and only one horse to travel with, it can take a considerable amount of time to reach faraway places. Yes, you can quickly travel to some places once you have discovered them. And yes, you can even set the horse-riding feats in a cinematic mode that does it automatically for you, but if you do, you will miss some of the best, funniest, cutest, and heartwarming segments in the game. There may be a man bitten by a snake, for example, and you will miss him completely if you automatically pass by. Red Dead Redemption 2 is a masterpiece. Except for the smallest stutter, the graphical presentation is astonishingly astonishing. The Wild West has never looked so wild, or rather more western. The Hand-to-Hand shootouts are different this time around, with a more refined slow-motion fast draw system that owes a lot to the original Red Dead Revolver that started the franchise, but to be honest, possibly the least fun part of combat. Running headlong through the streets, shotgun in hand, and escaping a failed bank robbery, that’s where RDR2’s combat shines the brightest. In my opinion, you really must stick with it initially though, as it doesn’t really kick in until it’s 8-10 hours old. Even then, the pace doesn’t pick up much, but by the time you notice you’re so engrossed, it doesn’t really matter. Like the best TV series, you’ve ever seen.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

This product was recommended by Jamie Knight from DataSourceHub

This is one of the best ps4 games I have ever played, If you want to brush up on your AC knowledge, you can view a fast video. The ancient Greek component of the game is fantastic. The battle and assassination system will challenge you to think about strategy rather than just storming into camps and forts. The graphics are top-notch. Even with the sameness of the game, there is plenty to see and do though and it is fun to explore the ancient lands. I highly recommend this game to everyone who hasn’t tried this masterpiece yet.

F1 2020 – Standard Edition

This product was recommended by Ryan Yount from LuckLuckGo

This is the ultimate PS4 game for F1 lovers and the most comprehensive Formula 1 since its development. The game puts players in the driving seat to battle for the price against the best drivers worldwide. Another significant aspect of this game is that players can create their F1 team for the first time, which includes drivers, choosing sponsors, teammates competing as 11 on the grid, and engine suppliers. In this game, you can develop the team, build facilities and drive to the top to win the ultimate prize. Order this game and enjoy the excitement of customizing your career mode coupled with various F1 championships options.

Dying light 2 Stay Human

This product was recommended by Ryan Yount from LuckLuckGo

When it comes to PS4 games based on post-apocalyptic events, one that stands out is Dying Light 2 Stay Human. The game is set in a world torn apart by a deadly virus that saw civilization fall back into the dark ages. Packed with high-quality graphics and clarity, the choices you make in this game create your world and uncover new masses of land, areas to venture and new characters. Moreover, the weapons in this game are enhanced with creativity and brutal combat, making it an action-packed game that will leave you glued to your seats while playing it.

Brawlhalla

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

Although Brawlhalla is described as a platformer combat arena, most people would immediately associate it with the iconic Super Smash Brothers franchise. You and your pals will compete for control of a 2D map, kicking, punching, chopping, and shooting each other over the edge. Each legend uniquely possesses unique talents and plays. There are several game styles to try out, as well as over 40 legends to unlock. You may compete with up to eight other players, making this a great game to play during parties.

Pro Evolution Soccer

This product was recommended by Greg Clark from GSD London

Pro Evolution Soccer was the best game of the PS4 2020 game. It is a soccer game with high graphics. In this game, you can customize manager models because of the performance of 3D scanning technology. It has a brand new matchday mode, which makes this game absolutely amazing. In my opinion, it is better than FIFA.

Streets Of Rage 4

This product was recommended by John Dibella from NetLocal

I’m an old school gamer and ‘Streets Of Rage 4’ is a retro-classic that catapulted me straight back to the halcyon days of my youth when all you had to worry about was making sure that pizza was delivered on time so that you and your buddies could spend an evening beating the heck out of each other’s avatars on the computer screen. It’s a more civilized game for a more sophisticated gaming audience…Or, as my kids would say, it’s a game that time forgot.

Just Dance 2020

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

I Don’t Care by Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber and the new song Into the Unknown from Disney’s Frozen 2 are just some of the hot new tracks. Create your playlists with our Just Dance 2020 Playlist.

PS4 – WWE 2K20

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

Not just fun, entertainment is on the way. Experience with the best. It’s time to call out for your mates to join the game. It’s going to be fun, and obviously, you’ll not know the time going by the game. Chances for addiction!

theHunter: Call of the Wild

This product was recommended by Daniela Sawyer from FindPeopleFast

It’s time to explore another world—quite a big one. Make the right decision to hunt and be that creative huter to win the series. Interesting yet complicated game ut is. Have fun with all your mates in town.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake

This product was recommended by Adam Ng from Trusted Malaysia

It’d take up far too much time explaining the monumental impact that Final Fantasy 7 has had on not only RPGs, but gaming as a whole — but here’s a refresher. Square Enix’s massive hit RPG Final Fantasy 7 dropped in 1997 to critical acclaim, eventually selling upwards of 13 million copies as of May 2020, according to IGN. Lauded for its cinematic graphics and its complex and mature storyline, Square’s little RPG became an instant classic. Fast-forward eight years. FF7 developer/publisher Square Enix might have claimed that their suspicious E3 2005 tech demo was nothing but that — a simple PS3 tech demo. But fans knew (or at least hoped) better. They watched. They waited.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

This product was recommended by Adam Ng from Trusted Malaysia

And it really is. Crash fans waiting for a direct sequel to 1998’s Crash Bandicoot: Warped rejoiced when the fourth mainline entry in the long, long, long-running platformer series was announced for the PS4 on June 22, 2020. To put that into perspective, gamers who were born on the day that the third mainline entry in the Crash Bandicoot franchise dropped would have graduated college by the time its sequel arrived. These include the Quantum Masks that Crash and his sister Coco collect in order to gain additional abilities. Parijat called these masks the highlight of the game. Game Revolution’s Michael Leri shared a similar opinion. Lerner explained that, while Crash Bandicoot 4 mines nostalgia, as sequels to older games often do, the game also strikes gold in how it impeccably balances respect for the bandicoot’s history and modernity.

Persona 5

This product was recommended by Karim from DehumidifierDepot

Persona 5, a large, beautiful JRPG, is a fascinating adventure overflowing with style and flare. Persona 5 is a game set in the fictional Shujin Academy that has you navigating school life by day and descending into the corrupted mind palaces of malevolent opponents by night in an attempt to change them away from their evil plans. As they are introduced and get progressively involved in the Phantom Thieves, the students that make up Persona 5’s ensemble cast leave an everlasting impression on the game. Persona 5 does an excellent job of combining the two aspects of its gameplay, allowing players to immerse themselves in real-world social interactions while still allowing them to influence dungeon exploration and turn-based action in the huge and varied palaces. Persona 5 is one of the deepest JRPGs of the generation, with a constantly fascinating battle system, earworm-inducing music, and a twisty, chaotic tale.

Horizon Zero Dawn

This product was recommended by Karim from DehumidifierDepot

Horizon is one of the most visually stunning open world games ever made. Under the flowering sunrises, grass blades sway in the breeze. Grassy hills and trickling brooks are home to woodland critters. In the distance, towering cities have risen from the ashes of a formerly affluent society. Most importantly, massive, awe-inspiring mechanical dinosaurs armed with terrible weaponry growl, gnash, and tread their victims across the terrain. The world was cautiously optimistic when Guerrilla Games said they were turning away from the Killzone brand to produce an open world robot dinosaur hunting game starring a warrior redhead dressed like a pot brownie vendor at Burning Man. The end effect, though, is a big, wondrous, and unique open world action game with just the perfect amount of RPG components, resulting in a spectacular debut entry into what gamers hope will become a famous franchise for years to come. One of the most intense PlayStation 4 experiences is taking down a massive enemy with an active plan of well-placed melee hits and projecticles, and looting the shrapnel of a downed robot for much-needed upgrade parts afterwards. Horizon pulls together the best parts of existing open world games to create something completely unique and new.

Death Stranding

This product was recommended by Todd from RideFAQs

One of the strangest games to come out in 2019 is Death Stranding. However, if you’re a fan of Hideo Kojima’s style of bizarre futurism, this should be on your list of must-have titles for the system. A post-apocalyptic Earth is the setting for the game, in which you play as Sam Bridges, a supply truck driver. One of the most existential concerns of our time is whether or not the title Death Stranding released an extradimensional race of animals. Death Stranding’s gameplay is one of its most intriguing aspects because of how modest it is. The majority of the work consists of moving from one location to another as quickly as possible and putting in place the necessary infrastructure to make that possible. In order to improve Sam’s talents and gain the respect of non-player characters, your delivery performance will have an impact.

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Written by Zak Parker

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