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We're so close to the end of a console generation with the Xbox One and PS4, and there's been a plethora of games released that made it quite a memorable one in the world of games. To celebrate a generation of releases PlayStation UK released a nice nostalgic driven video taking fans on a journey by showing them a second from nearly every game that was released on PS4.
1 second from nearly every game that's defined the #PS4 generation. :blue_heart: pic.twitter.com/ZdXgO0RnbL
- PlayStation UK (@PlayStationUK) October 19, 2020
From Knack to Yakuza to The Last of Us Part 2, this short video which clocks in around three minutes and 25 seconds showcases many of the hits that helped define the PS4 generation. There's something in there for everyone to take joy from and even if you're not a PlayStation gamer the short video highlights a huge plethora of games that are multiplatform. Despite it being a PlayStation video, it's really a nostalgic trip for all gamers.
Even though we're nearing the launch of the next generation, Sony has already said that it won't be abandoning the PS4 just yet. Spider-Man: Miles Morales is set to release on the PS4 alongside the PS5, along with Horizon: Forbidden West so there's no need to worry if you're not planning on jumping on the next-gen just yet. On top of that there is a whole host of third-party games that are being released cross-gen such as Cyberpunk 2077.
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It's been a very plentiful seven years of games since the debut of the PS4 and Xbox One and hopefully going into this next-generation we'll be treated to even more delights. With both the Xbox Series X and PS5 featuring some seriously impressive specs there's no doubt that devs will be exploring whole new avenues with their games. Something we've already seen in action with the upcoming Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, utilising the SSD speeds to instantly hop between dimensions.
The PlayStation 5 is set to make its debut on 12th November in the US and Japan and 19th November for the rest of the world, including the UK.
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