Now that E3 2018 is behind us, we have a quite clear picture of what 2019 will bring (other than another severe dent in our wallets). We’ve got a whole host of fantastic games to look forward to next year and going forward into 2020. While many of these games don’t have a set-in-stone release date as of yet, we do at least know that they’ll be releasing in 2019 or at the very latest, the year after. It’s also worth keeping in mind that some of these games are exclusive and some of them are third-party, multi-format titles.
Naturally release dates and windows will often change, but this is the information that we have as of right now. Below you’ll find a list of all the games that made an appearance at E3 2018 (which is why games such as the Shenmue Collection or Shenmue 3 does not appear on the list as they weren’t at E3 2018) that will be coming to Playstation 4 next year or beyond.
What video games are you looking forward to in the next couple of years?
- Anthem (February 22nd 2019)
- Babylon’s Fall (2019)
- Beyond Good And Evil 2 (TBA)
- Control (2019)
- Cyberpunk 2077 (TBA)
- Dead or Alive 6 (Q1 2019)
- Death Stranding (TBA)
- Devil may Cry 5 (Q1 2019)
- Doom Eternal (2019)
- Dying Light 2 (2019)
- Ghost of Tsushima (TBA)
- Indivisible (2019)
- Kingdom Hearts III (January 25th 2019 in Japan/29th worldwide)
- Metro Exodus (February 22nd 2019)
- Nioh 2 (TBA)
- Rage 2 (Q1/Q2 2019)
- Sea of Solitude (Q1 2019)
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (Q1 2019)
- Skull & Bones (2019)
- Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order (TBA)
- Starfield (TBA)
- Resident Evil 2 Remake (January 25th 2019)
- The Elder Scrolls VI (TBA)
- The Last Of Us Part II (TBA)
- The Quiet Man (TBA)
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 (March 15th 2019)
- Twin Mirror (2019)
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood (2019)
Which ones of these are you most looking forward to?