The PlayStation 4 is a crowning glory for Sony. While sales of the PlayStation 2 have not yet been exceeded, it was closed in October 2019 as the best-selling system since the Nintendo Wii version. As a console that is clearly ahead of the competition, you can bet that developers have helped to fill it with fun and competitive shooter games. If you're on the market to destroy some bad guys, we have the definitive list of the best PS4 shooter games that can be bought for money.
First Person Shooter
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A starting title for the PlayStation 4, Killzone: Shadow Fall had the very difficult task of convincing interested gamers that it was worth taking the plunge into the next generation of consoles. He managed to get his job done with a campaign that featured beautiful, colorful surroundings, and fast shots, in which the new DualShock 4 controller came into its own. Where Shadow: Fall stood out even more was in his competitive multiplayer mode, which focused more on coordination and team play than some of his competitors
Sure, Battlefield V turned out not to be as it turned out the players had hoped for, but the Battlefield 1 of 2016 is a fantastic multiplayer shooter on a large scale. Battlefield 1 feels like the next evolution of the online multiplayer with the classic destruction of battlefields on giant maps and multi-stage events that are turning the series formula. It also offered a stronger campaign than its predecessors, telling lesser-known stories from the First World War in a "war story" mode that covers the war from different perspectives of different nations.
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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Nobody had expected that Wolfenstein: Die new order would be thought-provoking and emotional as it was, but all eyes were on MachineGames to deliver Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus in the sequel . Somehow, the studio managed to top the previous game and shift the action to an alternative version of the United States' history that was overtaken by the Nazis in the 1960s. In addition to all the fascist killings that we expected it provides numerous twists and turns, and it even contains clever side goals for those who want to get the most out of their time.
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Wolfenstein returned to PlayStation 4 as a story-driven, character-driven first person shooter. Doom did not. When restarting its classic first person shooter series, Id Software only focused on what is really important in a doom game – killing demons – and it paid off to a great extent. Shotguns, rocket launchers, assault rifles, a chainsaw and the classic "BFG" are available to slaughter the hell brood and slaughter it any way you want. With great world design and grotesque monsters to fight, Doom Id Software is at its best, and we can't wait for Doom Eternal to bring the action to earth.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Whether Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is better than ] Black Ops 4 is still up for debate, but the newer game will always have the most active player base, making it a simple recommendation for most Call of Duty fans. Modern Warfare surprised players and critics this year with a reasonably decent campaign mode that gave the lone wolves a reason to start this year's repetition. However, what we lose through a campaign is the classic zombies mode: if a Battle Royale mode is repaired at a later time, there is a possibility that the undead will still shuffle back. In any case, both single and multiplayer call-of-duty fanatics with alleged 200 cards that are supposed to be released over time will find something to enjoy here.
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After the post Metro 2033 and its sequel Metro: Last Light mainly in the subway title system, 4A Games have changed things significantly. Metro Exodus mostly plays outdoors. Protagonist Artyom and his companions try to find a safe haven after an atomic apocalypse has destroyed much of civilization. Exodus does not drop the series claustrophobic or horror-based elements, but the varied environments, advanced crafting and customization systems, and brilliant climax help make it the best game by far Series is. Read our full Metro Exodus review first person shooters – especially those with single player mode – tend to do so to follow a similar formula: "hide, shoot and hide again". Nobody told the creators of SUPERHOT that it turns shooting into a puzzle game by only moving time when you are moving. Impossible battles can be won if you plan every action in advance. After that, you can relive the glory with full video playback. The hacker-centered story above the gameplay is equally brilliant, and you can spend a lot of your time reading IRC news instead of shooting bad guys.
Firewall: Zero Hour
After the post Metro 2033 and its sequel Metro: Last Light mainly in the subway title system, 4A Games have changed things significantly. Metro Exodus mostly plays outdoors. Protagonist Artyom and his companions try to find a safe haven after an atomic apocalypse has destroyed much of civilization.
Exodus does not drop the series claustrophobic or horror-based elements, but the varied environments, advanced crafting and customization systems, and brilliant climax help make it the best game by far Series is.
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first person shooters – especially those with single player mode – tend to do so to follow a similar formula: "hide, shoot and hide again". Nobody told the creators of SUPERHOT that it turns shooting into a puzzle game by only moving time when you are moving.
Impossible battles can be won if you plan every action in advance. After that, you can relive the glory with full video playback. The hacker-centered story above the gameplay is equally brilliant, and you can spend a lot of your time reading IRC news instead of shooting bad guys.
Firewall is compatible with the PSVR's Aim controller and offers 3D audio, making the action feel more realistic than ever before, and you can choose between single player, cooperative or Select competition mode.
Rainbow Six Siege
Ubisoft has canceled its ambitious Rainbow 6: Patriots that would have focused on economic unrest and the ugly side of capitalism, but the company hasn't left the series in the balance. Instead, Rainbow Six Siege was a multiplayer shooter with destructible environments that forced players to look in all directions one after the other while challenging the opposing team. Every shot counts, and when the teams work together, the joy of implementing a winning strategy is immense. That is of course the pain of being killed in a round for two seconds.
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building on the success of the original game by In 2016 Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is everything you could want in a sequel. The progress system doesn't force you to look for levels. The story missions offer a varied environment and a fair challenge.
The secondary content and competitive multiplayer mode offer you many reasons to escape the beaten path. Aside from all of this, it just feels good with realistic weapons and skills that force you to change your tactics in the middle of battles. Read our Division 2 Review
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
If the violence from Call of Duty or Battlefield is too much for your younger shooter fans, In Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 you can still get a great multiplayer experience. With kill-based and target-based game modes to choose from Garden Warfare 2 delivers all the multiplayer action matches you want with a healthy dose of doofiness.
All character classes from the first game can be played imported into the sequel, and newcomers like "Kernel Corn" are incredibly fun. With wave-based cooperative modes and even a light story, it's an underestimated gem that's not just for kids.
The Most Popular Game on the Planet Now, Fortnite found success for a reason. By incorporating the mechanics of its "Save the World" mode and combining it with Battle Royale, Epic Games has managed to develop something more frenetic and frantic than any other game in the genre.
His initial success was not a coincidence as the company constantly updated it with new weapons, areas, and activities. Fortnite is the only game of some video game fans and shows no signs of slowing down.
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Arcade and Isometric Shooters
An Arcade Gunner who is in Cooperation with Robotron 2084 was developed and Smash-TV The creator Eugene Jarvis, Housemarques Nex Machina is unfortunately old-fashioned. Huge waves of enemies fire so many projectiles at you that you can hardly see your own character and have to move precisely to survive.
Voxel art gives every place and enemy and a feeling of depth at all times Defeat the final boss, it feels like you really deserve it. There are few modern games like Nex Machina and that makes it impossible to do without them.
Partially tactical isometric shooter and partly Starship Troopers successor, Helldivers is a much slower shooter than most of the other games on our list. Either alone or with friends, you come into enemy territory and defend yourself against beetle-like creatures that can kill you almost instantly. Unfortunately, the game is difficult and a friendly fire is possible, which requires you and your teammates to work in sync to escape your life.
A weapon that takes up 30% of your screen could be Resogun at the top of your alley. Fitting into the arcade theme of Nex Machina Resogun is like relapsing into the flash-based mini-games that you would do during class – unless you were specifically from the Arcade time of the 80s, that is. Think of it as Defender meets Datastorm with glowing neon graphics and you're on the right track. The two post-release DLC packs, Defenders and Heroes added a number of new modes over time – including couch-coop!