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12 Best FPS Games for PS4



12 Best FPS Games for PS4

The PlayStation 4 is a great console for first-person shooters (FPS), with a variety of games available to suit different tastes. Whether you’re into shooter games that are fast-paced and action-packed or slower-paced tactical ones – there’s something for everyone in this list of the best FPS games for PS4.

1. Overwatch


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Overwatch is a team-based FPS in which players compete against one another on a variety of maps. The game features 23 different heroes with distinct abilities, which are categorized into four roles: Offense, Defense, Tank, and Support.

Each map has its own unique objective that requires teamwork and coordination to achieve victory, but Overwatch also supports traditional deathmatch modes if you just want to shoot some things for fun.

The game’s vibrant cast of characters has helped it capture the hearts and minds of many gamers who are excited about Overwatch’s future as well as its past—there are already several animated shorts available on YouTube that tell the backstories of each hero (and villain).

While playing online matches may be intimidating at first due to some toxic players in the community—a problem found across multiplayer games—the developers at Blizzard have worked hard to keep things positive by permanently banning players who abuse others or break rules set forth by their Code of Conducts

2. Titanfall 2

If you’re looking for a great FPS game on PS4, look no further than Titanfall 2. This game offers non-stop action from start to finish and will keep you entertained for hours on end. The story is gripping and the graphics are extremely realistic and detailed, making this an excellent choice if you want to get lost in an immersive world.

If you enjoy playing online games with friends or family members, then this could be the perfect title for your gaming collection. The difficulty level is adjustable so players of all skill levels can enjoy themselves as they battle their way through dozens of missions. There’s even a multiplayer mode that allows up to 12 players at once!

The replay value here is amazing: there are tons of different weapons available (each with unique attributes) so there’s always something new to try out when battling against other players online; plus there are over 50 different skins available so gamers won’t feel like they’re seeing exactly what everyone else has chosen before them either! This makes it easy for people who aren’t into shooters too much but still want something fresh without having too much trouble playing intuitively since its controls aren’t very hard either.”

3. BioShock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite

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BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter where players take on the role of Booker DeWitt, who must rescue Elizabeth from Columbia – a flying city. The game draws from many different genres to create an immersive experience that is unlike anything else on this list. While the gameplay takes place in Columbia, which acts as the main hub for the player, there are also sections where they can explore Rapture and other locations. The combat system is similar to most FPS games with gunplay being a primary focus throughout gameplay. However, there are also special abilities called Vigors which give you additional powers such as telekinesis or fireballs that you can use against enemies during battle sequences or even when exploring Columbia’s open-world environment (with enough upgrades).

4. Aim for Perfection

In FPS games, aiming is an important skill to master. It’s something that you have to do in every single match and it takes focus, accuracy, and speed. You might think that this is just about the accuracy but there’s more to it than that. A good player can use the recoil from their gun to make their shots go where they want them to go instead of where the gun kicks them outwards.

Aiming isn’t just about being accurate though—it’s also about speed! Being able to aim quickly is critical because if you don’t get a hit within your first few seconds of shooting at someone then they’ll probably be able to kill you before you even get another shot off. But if you’re fast enough then chances are pretty good that they won’t even see what happened before they’re dead too!

Aiming is a skill and one that can be improved with practice; however, without tools such as a giant red laser pointer (which we recommend), players will find themselves stuck with their old habits until they decide on making some significant upgrades in gear or software which may not fit within budget constraints at present.”

5. Half-Life Series

The Half-Life series is a first-person shooter that features a wide variety of gameplay options. You play as Gordon Freeman, an employee at the Black Mesa Research Facility in New Mexico. The game begins with a disaster at your workplace and from there you must fight your way out of the facility and make it back to Earth. The other games follow this same basic plot, but each one has its own unique story, characters, and setting.

The original Half-Life was released in 1998 for Windows PCs and later ported to Mac OS X computers in 2008. It has won several awards including GameSpot’s Best Game Ever Award (1999) and IGN’s Best Sci-Fi Adventure Game (2002). The last game in the series was released on May 16th, 2007 – over 10 years ago! Although there are no plans for another installment currently being developed yet fans still enjoy playing these classic titles today due to their longevity thanks largely due to modding communities who have created countless mods based around these titles which gives them hundreds more hours worth of gameplay!

6. Halo Series


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Halo is a series of first-person shooter video games, published by Microsoft Studios and developed by 343 Industries. The series centers on an interstellar war between humanity and the alien Covenant, who believe they are the Forerunners’ chosen inheritors of the universe. The term “Halo” refers to a large weapons platform used to destroy planets as well as artificial ringworlds created by the Forerunners prior to their disappearance from the Milky Way galaxy.

The game was originally conceived as a real-time strategy game for personal computers using a special controller. After much success with its multiplayer component, Halo was released for Xbox in 2001 with an additional single-player campaign that introduced players to Human Controllers called Spartans (or “Spartans”). This game became one of many other FPS games for PS4 that we have reviewed in this article!

7. Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Gearbox Software and published by 2K Games. It was released in the US on September 18, 2012, and in Europe on September 21, 2012.

It is the sequel to 2009’s Borderlands and its prequel, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!. It was announced at PAX East 2011. Like its predecessor, Borderlands 2 runs on a modified version of Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3 engine; however, it now supports DirectX 11 for higher visual fidelity.

8. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical first-person shooter developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on December 1, 2015. The game is set in Tom Clancy’s universe and features team-based multiplayer gameplay with two sides: attackers (US GIGN or SAS) and defenders (FBI SWAT or GSG 9).

The gameplay of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege focuses on gunplay with an emphasis on environmental destruction caused by bullets or explosives. Players can choose between different characters; each operator has unique weapons, skills, gadgets, and abilities such as rappelling down from structures or reinforcing walls to strengthen them against assailants. Teamwork plays a key role in winning matches; communication between teammates is essential for determining tactics both before attacking objectives as well as during their defense stages.

9. Call of Duty World War II

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Call of Duty WWII is a first-person shooter video game developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. It was released on November 3, 2017, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game is the fifteenth main entry in the Call of Duty series and the seventh developed by Sledgehammer Games. In it, players assume control of Allied forces captain Matthew Miller who fights through World War II’s European theater in order to stop Germany’s secret projects with its army known as Nazi Wunderwaffen (Super Weapon).

The campaign is based on Band of Brothers’ Steven Spielberg-directed miniseries where you take control of Private Ronald “Red” Daniels in his journey across Europe with 1st Battalion 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment 101st Airborne Division during World War II starting from Normandy Beach all way until Germany itself as he encounters several key historical battles along with friendly characters from Band Of Brothers such as Chuck Winters or Richard Winters himself who are also playable characters throughout out certain segments within story mode such as D-Day itself which takes place over about two hours where you’ll jump into some pretty intense firefights against German forces trying not only survive but also make sure your fellow soldiers don’t die either so there’s definitely more than just shooting Nazis here because this isn’t just a run & gun game like most FPS but instead focuses on teamwork amongst soldiers which gives it that extra layer that cannot be found anywhere else!

10. Destiny 2

Destiny 2

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Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Activision. It is the sequel to 2014’s Destiny and its subsequent expansions. Like its predecessor, Destiny 2 is set in a “mythic science fiction” world. The game features four-player cooperative gameplay, with one player in each of the four classes: Hunter, Titan, Warlock, and Stalker; players can choose to play as one of several pre-made characters or may customize their own character.[3] Players take on the role of defenders of Earth’s last remaining city as they wield a power known as Light to protect the City from different alien races.[4]

11. Wolfenstein II The New Colossus

Wolfenstein II The New Colossus is a first-person shooter game that was released in 2017. It is the sequel to Wolfenstein II The New Order, which was set in an alternate reality where the Nazis won World War II.

In this game, you play as B.J Blazkowicz, who is on a mission to liberate America from Nazi rule and take down their leader General Wilhelm Strasse (aka Deathhead).

12. Far Cry Primal

If you’re a fan of Far Cry, then you will enjoy this game. The plot revolves around the story of Takkar, who starts off as an unarmed hunter and rises to become the leader of a tribe. It is set in the Mesolithic period and offers players a wide range of landscapes to explore. You can hunt animals, gather resources such as plants and stones, craft weapons and tools using these materials, and build a base camp with new upgrades available each time you complete an expedition or mission in order to survive against enemies that get stronger with each passing day!

The combat system is pretty standard for FPS games: light attacks are used for quick strikes while heavy attacks take away more health points from your opponent but also leave them open for counterattacks if timed correctly (see gameplay video below). There are also stealth options available which allow players who prefer playing without guns at times do so without having difficulty surviving in hard areas where enemies roam about looking for prey…

These are the 12 best FPS games for PS4. They range from small indie titles to AAA blockbusters, but they all have one thing in common: they’re fun as hell! We hope you enjoy playing these games as much as we did while testing them out.

Unyime Anthony is a gaming enthusiast specializing in first-in-class gaming content, including PS4, Xbox, Nintendo, and Movies, to educate and inform readers.