As the PlayStation 4 generation slowly winds down before the next generation launches next year, it has proven to be a very good one for Sony. Rebounding after a slow start from its previous PlayStation 3 console, the PS4 came out of the gate swinging and went on to have a ton of big hitting first party games like God of War, Marvel's Spider-Man, and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End to name a few. To celebrate these games, Sony has just unveiled its latest select of Only On PlayStation branded games.
The current selection features 10 PlayStation 4 exclusives, highlighting them for people who may have originally missed them at launch. Typically, when companies add games to exclusive collections like this, a special banner or icon is added to the box art to show it off. Sony went one step further and completely remixed the box art for each game. The games come with a collectible sleeve that features a new and minimalist art design, highlighting an iconic picture with almost no detail alongside one predominant color used.
The collection currently includes:
- God of War
- Horizon: Zero Dawn
- Marvel's Spider-Man
- Ratchet and Clank
- Shadow of the Colossus
- The Last Guardian
- The Last of Us Remastered
- Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
- WipEout Omega Collection
As cool as these covers are, they're currently only available in the United Kingdom from the retail store GAME. At this time, it is unknown if this minimalist collection will be making the jump to other markets. For those in the UK, GAME does reveal that supplies are limited, so potential buyers should act fast.
Before the arrival of the PlayStation 5, Sony is likely going to have a few more hit games on its hands. Death Stranding from Hideo Kojima and his Kojima Productions studio remains on track for launch in November of this year. Not only that, The Last of Us: Part 2 is still expected in the Spring of 2020, though both games have recently been at the center of cross-generation rumors. Without any official word, leaks and rumors indicate that both games could be launch titles for the PS5, with The Last of Us: Part 2 being positioned as a visual showpiece for what the system is capable of.
Source: Push Square