1. Uncharted 4
Uncharted 4 takes place three years after Uncharted 3‘s events come to an end. Drake and Elena are married, and life is calm. Then, everything changed when Drake’s older brother. Sam – who was presumed to be dead – shows up. Sam says that he needs to find an ancient pirate artifact, and his life is at stake. Sam and Drake head to Libertaria in search of the artifact.
2. Fallout 4
Hitting PS4 with the atomic force of a Fat Boy, Fallout 4s excellent gunplay and crafting systems can trigger a nasty case of RPG-itis. Theres so much to do and see here, and quite often youll set off to complete a mission and get completely side-tracked when you find something wonderful/horrific along the way. Giving the main character a proper voice adds an extra layer of polish to proceedings, and the expanded set of companions and customisation options are very welcome too. Its not without its faults (or vaults), but the scale of Bethesdas wasteland will keep you bunkered down for weeks.
3. Witcher 3
The White Wolf himself finally rides onto PS4 in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and brings with him one of the most diverse and challenging RPG worlds ever seen. Mesmerising to look at and utterly engrossing to play, CD Projekt REDs farewell to Geralt is a new high for the genre.