As year 2017 is upon us, soni has geared up for giving you an amazing and memorable year as far as gaming is concerned and therefore has a complete line up of games that are releasing for playstation 4 in Singapore and around the world.
As we’re in this 3-part series on some of the most anticipated games for PS4 in Singapore, we’re listing the games Singapore PS4 enthusiasts are waiting with bated breath.
The amazing line up of games is also inspiring so many people who have not been owning playstation 4 in Singapore but are now considering because of a wealth of games already there and the ones that are all set to hit your pleasure.
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Note: the point number for the games below continues from part1 of this series.
- For Honor
Release date: February 14
What is it? Ultimate Warrior-esque brawler, where Samurai, Vikings and Knights clash in perpetual war.
Why it’s so interesting? A radical departure for Ubi, For Honor sees warriors facing off in one-on-one battles and a real emphasis on single combat as opposed to just mowing through hordes of faceless foes. That’s why multiplayer is a big deal here – teams split into two groups of four and hack at each other until the opposition is crushed. There are AI opponents running around too, but it’s very much focused on player vs player scrapping, putting it closer to a beat ’em up than a traditional hack ‘n’ slash.
- Sniper Elite 4
Release date: February 14, 2017
What is it? Ultra-stealthy, World War 2 sniping with a lone wolf hero and gory X-ray kill cams that follow your bullet to the bitter end.
Why it’s so interesting? Rebellion’s Sniper Elite series has always been a satisfying exercise in super-deadly patience and grizzled hero Karl Fairburne’s
latest adventure looks like it will scratch that stealth itch even harder. This time the action moves to sun-drenched Italy where individual levels are
now sprawling open world terrains full of side objectives and new and imaginative ways to slaughter your unwitting foes. And yes, the X-ray cam is back
and even gorier than ever before.
- LEGO Worlds
Release date: February 24, 2017
What is it? The digital version of what LEGO does best: let people build stuff.
Why it’s so interesting? Minecraft has often been described as “digital LEGO,” but now you can go right to the source for your block-building needs. The
appeal is pretty obvious: monkey around in a procedurally-generated landscapes all made out of LEGO. Make a mountain range, make a house. Fly a helicopter,
fill your yard with mushrooms. Drop in prefab constructions or let your imagination take shape block by block. Might I recommend a double-decker couch?
- Horizon: Zero Dawn
Release date: February 28, 2017
What is it? In the far-flung future of
Horizon: Zero Dawn,
Robots roam the earth like dinosaurs and humans, like Aloy, try to live alongside of them.
Why it’s so interesting? There’s plenty of positives from Guerilla’s first new IP since Killzone, but we’re finding its unique open-world to be the most genuinely fascinating. You play as a nomadic hunter named Aloy in a far-future version of earth, filled with lush wilderness, primitive humans and, er,robot animals. Aloy and her tribe are forced to live off resources provided by strange, robotic creatures that she hunts. All the footage we’ve so far – including Aloy battling a giant robot T-Rex with a high tech bow that has a variety of explosive and robot-stunning arrows – looks great.
If the games discussed above excites you, these are available for pre-order on unbelievably low prices which you can grab
Their inventory is going out fast. Make sure to check out and get your order done at the earliest unless you’re ok to shell out more money later.