The PS4 is drawing ever closer and despite some problems with shipping delays on Amazon and other retailers the company is still ready for the biggest launch in the past decade, dwarfing the previous console generation.
Even though the PS4 has crushed the Xbox One on current pre-orders, Sony still feels like they still need to brag about exclusives on the platform, the one place they may be trumped by Microsoft who have picked up a collection of video game studios.
There will be 24 exclusive titles on the PS4, some are from big household studios like KillZone: Shadow Fall, Driveclub, The Order 1886, Infamous: Second Son and Knack. There are some others in the mix and the launch lineup looks pretty decent.
Comparing it to the Xbox One, it does seem a little lacklustre, with Microsoft grabbing Crimson Dragon, Dead Rising 3, Fable Legends, Forza Motorsport 5, Killer Instinct, Ryze: Son of Rome, Quantum Break and Sunset Overdrive.
The exclusives may be one reason to buy a console, but the biggest games will be coming out on both machines and we have a huge list of titles for the late-2013 to early 2014 launch, including DayZ, Final Fantasy XV: A Realm Reborn, Battlefield 4, The Crew, The Elder Scrolls Online, Thief, Watch Dogs, Destiny and a whole load of other top games.
This is the season for games and we are sure a lot of studios are putting their finest hours into creating content for the new consoles. Ubisoft have been particularly frantic about the new console launches, developing around half a dozen games around the launch period, including four of the top games.
Sony and Microsoft will be launching their next generation consoles on November. The early days may be won by Sony, but we can see the Xbox One appealing to a lot of fans, especially if the company manages to grab more exclusives.