PS4 Exclusive Games 2017 Includes ‘Gran Turismo Sport,’ ‘Uncharted’; ‘Detroit: Become Human’ ‘Dreams’ Not Launching In 2017; ‘Yakuza: Kiwami’ Gets US Release
PS4 Exclusives list for year 2017 have already been revealed including big titles like "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy," "Gran Turismo Sport" and "Persona 5." While "Detroit: Become Human" and "Dreams' have already launched trailers last year, neither may launch this year. Note that a trailer showing the PS4 exclusives have already been released with some of the titles appearing on other platforms as well.
Detroit Creator Says, PlayStation EU Announcement Is Mistake
Sony's PlayStation chief Shuhei Yoshida reportedly revealed that the video montage from PlayStation EU showing "Detroit: Become Human" and "Dreams" in the pack is wrong. Apparently, the games would not make it for a 2017 release. In the meantime, the upcoming PS4 exclusives are believed to target peak gaming seasons. Among the predicted titles are "Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice," "Drawn to Death," "Yakuza 0" and "NieR: Automata," Slash Gear reported.
Other PS4 exclusives include "Gravity Rush 2," "Farpoint, Matterfall," "Wipeout: Omega Collection" and "MLB: The Show 17." "Horizon Zero Dawn" has also been confirmed for the PS4 as well as "Starblood Arena," "PaRappa the Rapper," "Knack 2" and "Nex Machina." 'Finally," "Nioh," "World of Warriors," "Pyre" and "New Everybody's Golf" cap the list as of this writing. Microsoft is expected to come up with its own marketing list for the Xbox One as well.
Sony Launched Games On New Year's Eve
Meanwhile, a short 2-minute video on YouTube has been spotted featuring the upcoming games on the PS4 this year. The PS4 console is slated to introduce big titles as well as regular entertainers in the mix. Note that a particular game, "Yakuza: Kiwami" would have a US release this year.
A PS4 version of "Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is" not expected until 2018. The game is already one of the biggest titles in Japan. However, a US release for "Yakuza 6" was said to be difficult as the game is reportedly deeply embedded in the Japanese culture, Forbes reported.
Watch the trailer here: