A?Final Fantasy 7 remake with a 2016?release date was recently spotted by Videogamer on a PlayStation advertisement in Edge magazine.
The advertisement included a whole list of PS4 games to expect within 2015 and 2016. Surprisingly, the Final Fantasy 7 (FF7) remake was included on the list of games releasing for 2016. Big surprises in the list include Media Molecule?s Dreams (from the guys that brought you Little Big Planet), The Last Guardian, and the cult-hit Japanese Role Playing Game (JRPG) Persona 5.
If the list is proven to be true, PS4 gamers are in a treat for next year. With this, we give you the top 5 PS4 games that you can look forward to in 2016.
Top 5 PS4 Games in 2016
Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Fans have long been clamoring to see Cloud and his gang in high-definition (the Final Fantasy Advent Children movie doesn?t count) and Square Enix has caught everyone off-guard when they announced during this year?s Sony E3 press conference that they would be fulfilling everyone?s wish.
Square Enix has yet to show a gameplay trailer for the game, but a recent interview from OPM UK shows that the FF7 remake will be overhauled? from the graphics to the gameplay. ?We are bringing dramatic changes to the Final Fantasy VII Remake so we?re hoping that you?ll look forward to additional information that we?ll be able to release when the time comes,? FF7 Remake Director Tetsuya Nomura Told OPM UK per PSU.
The Last Guardian
The makers of the cult-hit Shadow of The Colossus is bringing over their latest game which has long been in development since 2007. Players will be controlling a boy and giving directions to a big winged creature named Trico in order to solve puzzles and navigate through the vivid landscapes of the game.
The makers of the cult-hit JRPG Persona franchise will be releasing their first current generation game to PS4. Fans have long pleaded for Persona 5 especially as no numbered Persona game hit last years? consoles (PS3 and Xbox 360). The game looks to be slick and stylish, employing the same cool looking art style from?their block puzzle game Catherine.
Uncharted 4: A Thief?s End
This is the last game for Nathan Drake and its developers, Naughty Dog, looks to be ending the series with a bang as it introduces gorgeous stunning locales including the ability to now drive vehicles (Note: Uncharted 4 won?t be an open-world game). The series still looks to bring a compelling narrative game with explosive set pieces. Enemy AI has also looked to have been drastically improved as shown in a trailer they released before. Drake?s brother will be introduced in the game alongside returning faces such as Elena and Sully.
Horizon: Zero Dawn
The makers of the gritty looking Killzone franchise, Guerilla Games, shocked everyone when they showed their new game at E3 that looks completely opposite from the games that they make. There are no guns involved. Your enemies aren?t humans. You don?t control a stereotypical macho protagonist. Horizon: Zero Dawn is a spectacularly vivid game set in a luscious locale where you hunt down robot-dinosaurs with high-tech arrows and modernized primitive weapons.