To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

PlayStation 4 generation 'well and truly over' as last PS4 game published

PlayStation 4 generation 'well and truly over' as last PS4 game published

Thanks for everything

The PlayStation 4 generation is "well and truly over" as Sony Interactive Entertainment appears to have published its final PS4 game.

The writing has been on the wall for some time, of course. The PlayStation 5 launched back in 2020, and while Sony worked to support a number of first-party titles like God Of War Ragnarok and Horizon Forbidden West across both generations, it was always clear that we'd eventually shift over exclusively to PS5. Upcoming releases like Marvel's Spider-Man 2 will not be available on PS4.

Take a look at the new-gen Spidey adventure below!

With the recent cancellation of Lost Soul Aside on PS4 so that the developer can focus on the PS5 version, it's been pointed out that Sony Interactive Entertainment hasn't published a PS4 game since MLB The Show 2023 in March this year (the tweet below mistakenly claims the last game was 2022's God Of War Ragnarok).

While there's a chance we could get one or two more, the infographic below suggests that SIE has absolutely published its very last PS4 game. That's a hell of a legacy, with some of the greatest exclusives of all time, and dozens of unforgettable stories. The Last Of Us, Ghost Of Tsushima, Marvel's Spider-man, God of War, Bloodborne - what a run!

Naturally this is good news for those of us who own a PS5. While I'm forever grateful to the PS4 and its remarkable legacy, and I love that Sony made sure some of its biggest sequels were readily available across both generations of console, it's time to look to the future.

We know the PS5 is an absolute beast, and I for one can't wait to see what games like Marvel's Spider-Man 2 can do when they're allowed to take full advantage of the hardware and not have to think about running on a console that came out 10 years ago.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: PlayStation, Sony