The best exclusive PS4 games that you can play on your PC without leaving home

Some time ago, it seemed unthinkable that Sony would lose its exclusive games, but we have already seen that this trend began to break with Quantic Dream, David Cage’s studio, in March 2019 and with sights on the Epic Games Store.

It has not been the only case since then. Without going any further, Death Stranding will be released on PC on June 2, 2020, with a Horizon: Zero Dawn expected to do so this summer. And we can’t forget a service that offers full PC compatibility since March 2019: PlayStation Now. That is why we are going to take advantage of their incorporations to talk about their exclusives.

We will ignore those that do not seem recommendable, such as those Knack and Killzone: Shadow Fall that accompanied the launch of PS4 and that did not measure up, or the disappointing reboot of the legendary Shadow of the Beast.

In addition, it should be noted that many of the games rotate every six months. For example, that ball called God of War of 2018 is no longer, eye.


For many people, Bloodborne is the best souls on the market. And it is not for less, since it is developed by From Software, a study that has created Dark Souls. Under an equally attractive setting, but with a significantly different character, it was a strong influence for the later Dark Souls III, offering much more frenetic control and completely changing the parries.

God of War III Remastered

It may be the remastering of the 2010 God of War III classic for PS3, but we are still facing a PS4 exclusive from one of the last Kratos games to retain its original touch. Because as we saw in 2018, Santa Monica Studio revamped the universe of this God of War in a big way, offering us an open world with endless possibilities. The classic is ideal for nostalgic.

Gravity Rush 2

Without covering large covers, Gravity Rush 2 was a more than remarkable sequel to the original Gravity Rush emerged on PS Vita. It is, of course, one of the most unfairly covered exclusives of this generation, so let yourself be seduced by its gravity and lose yourself in its four districts, which have a lot to do there.

Marvel’s Spider-man

It is ironic that Marvel’s Spider-man has just joined PlayStation Now, where we can play on PC, knowing that Sony bought the Insomniac Games studio to have its exclusive on PS4. And how about the game of our favorite climbing wall? One more than worthy alternative to Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham, especially regarding the moments of its history.


Resogun was the best PS4 exclusive at launch, but it wouldn’t finish exploding until its DLC arrived. And while just a year later their conversions would come to PS3 and PS Vita, its performance in these left something to be desired compared to the recent Sony console. Being a fan of the shooters and not playing this wonder should be punishable by law. It’s addicting.

Tearaway Unfolded

Here we are before a remake with extras of the evocative Tearaway originating from PS Vita in 2013. One of so many rarities that came out on the underrated Sony laptop and that on PS4, through Tearaway Unfolded, had a great second chance for us to conquer its universe created entirely of paper.

Until Dawn

Fans of the slasher genre found their ideal video game with Until Dawn and their “Cabins in the woods and masked crazies.” Multiple endings, not a few deaths for each and every one of the protagonists … Supermassive Games caught the sake of this saga because it released several spin-offs and created another game of the style recently with the anthology of The Dark Pictures, started with Man of Medan

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