After a shaky start to the eighth generation of video game consoles, Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) has found a home at the top of the pile. The bestselling console of the last generation, Sony’s wedge-shaped machine has delivered an impressive lineup of exclusive marquee titles like 2018’s God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn as well as incredible third party releases from the Witcher 3, Spider-Man, Persona 5, Red Dead Redemption 2 and more.
While the PS4’s catalog of games skews heavily toward action/adventure and open-world titles, the system also features plenty of multiplayer offerings. PlayStation’s social features that let gamers stream gameplay and share screenshots have made it easy for friends to join in on the fun, no matter where they live.
If you’re thinking about adding a PS4 to your gaming arsenal, there are several things you should keep in mind before making the jump. You’ll need to consider whether your TV is compatible with 4K, how much storage you want and if you plan on adding PlayStation VR to your setup. And of course, you’ll want to know how long you can expect to get gaming support from the platform.
PlayStation 4 Support
The best part about PS4 is that even as the console nears its end of life, it will continue to receive games and updates for years to come. This is in contrast to its Xbox One and Nintendo Switch counterparts, which have already been discontinued and will stop receiving new games after 2023. PS4 games