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Sony Teases “Unmissable” 2017 PS4 Exclusives With New Video

by Mike Guarino


2017 has only just begun, but looking ahead the year definitely has plenty of potential to deliver some fantastic games. There are several games to look forward to on each platform, but Sony has now released a video that shows off their PS4 console exclusive that will be coming out in 2017.

The video released by Sony shows off a lot of big games that are headed to the PS4 in 2017, which includes the likes of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Detroit: Become Human, Yakuza 0, Dreams, Pyre, Persona 5, Nioh and a lot more. While some of these games will be coming very soon and are confirmed for 2017 releases, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed that the listings of Detroit: Become Human and Dreams was actually a mistake. This doesn’t mean that they won’t be coming out in 2017, but firm release dates for both games are still in the works.

In fact, some of these games are set to launch later this month, including the likes of Gravity Rush 2 and Yakuza 0. An anime was recently released to bridge the gap between Gravity Rush and Gravity Rush 2, whereas Yakuza 0 serves as the prequel to the first game in the long-running Yakuza series. That game will then be followed by Yakuza: Kiwami later in the year and Yakuza 6 next year.

These are also only the games that have been announced, as Sony has previously been teasing that there are big plans in the works for 2017. Sony Japan Studio Producer Teruyuki Toriyama recently said, “While I can’t say any details yet, we’re also moving forward with the creation of ambitious new titles and new title concepts at the same time, so please continue to support Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio in 2017.”

While there’s plenty of great games to get excited about in the video that Sony published, we recently published our own list that puts the focus on 5 games coming in 2017. If you’re still trying to catch up on games from 2016 that you may have missed, then also be sure to check out the games we thought were the best of 2016.

- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018

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