The PlayStation 4 got several big games this year but Sony did have to rely upon third parties as well to make sure that those who own its current-gen console weren’t pressed for choice when deciding what to play. Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida is hyping a much better year for PS4 in 2016, saying that there’s going to be an “unprecedented rush” of big titles for this console in the coming year.
Speaking to 4Gamer, the SCE Worldwide Studios President said “2016 marks an unprecedented rush of big titles for PS4. It’s also the year of the long-awaited launch of PlayStation VR. It’s the year PS4 users, and those who are on the fence on whether to buy it will absolutely think “it’s good to have a PS4.” Please look forward to it.”
PlayStation VR is also highly anticipated, Sony has demoed its virtual reality solution for the PS4 at various gaming conventions but a large number of console owners have yet to experience its vision for virtual reality. It will be entering a crowded field which will include headsets from the likes of Oculus and HTC as well.
Some of the titles that are due to arrive in 2016 include Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Horizon: Zero Dawn and The Last Guardian. PlayStation 4 owners will certainly be keeping their fingers crossed for more big games and will anxiously waiting to hear more about the titles that are expected to arrive in 2016.