2015 looks to be a huge year for all things PlayStation

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Want to know what’s coming to your PlayStation platform of choice in 2015? Sony has published an absolutely massive list of everything currently scheduled to arrive on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita over the course of 2015. The list comes with the caveat that development schedules are liable to change, and parts of the list could be rendered inaccurate without warning, but Sony intends to keep the info updated.

The year got off to a strong start with exciting new titles and revisited classics making their way to new platforms. Saints Row IV: Re-Elected brings Volition’s hyperbolically silly take on open world games like Grand Theft Auto. Life is Strange launched with its first episode, following in the footsteps of Telltale Games, whose Game of Thrones series is now two episodes in. Grim Fandango and Duke Nukem 3D both came to Vita, allowing a whole new generation of gamers to experience these ’90s classics.

Coming up, The Order: 1886 finally hits PS4 on February 20, followed soon thereafter by Dragon Ball XenoverseDynasty Warriors 8, and Resident Evil Revelations 2Battlefield Hardline  reaches its delayed release in March, along with the Dark Souls spiritual successor Bloodbourne and the remastered Borderlands: The Handsome Collection. Announced dates drop off in the following months, but fans of brutal action have plenty to look forward to in the spring and summer with Mortal Kombat X, The Witcher III, Batman: Arkham Knight, and The Elder Scrolls Online. 

Lastly, some of the most anticipated games on the list don’t yet have dates more specific than 2015. No Man’s Sky by Hello Games promises to be one of the largest and most sophisticated space sandboxes ever. Ratchet & Clank reinvents Insomniac’s classic platformer for the new console. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End returns to Nathan Drake and the adventure saga that helped put PS3 on the map.

Check out the whole list over on PlayStation Blog. Which games are you most excited for on PlayStation this coming year?


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