The PlayStation 4 is, by far, the most popular game console in the world.

Over 70 million consoles have been sold, and that’s just in the past few years. 2018 shows no signs of slowing, with major entries in the “God of War” and “Spider-Man” game franchises on the schedule.

Here’s everything we know so far!

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1. “Shadow of the Colossus”

In 2018, the best game from 2005 arrives on the PlayStation 4. It’s called “Shadow of the Colossus,” and it’s getting a gorgeous remake on the PlayStation 4.

When the game originally launched in 2005, it was a revelation for PlayStation 2 owners. Though it may look like a standard video game, “Shadow of the Colossus” is anything but — the diminutive character you see above is who you play as, and he’s got an objective: Take down gigantic monsters. But why? And what are these “monsters”? Are they monsters, or is he, for murdering them?

Release Date: February 6

2. “God of War”

The newest entry in the “God of War” franchise stars the same bald-headed marauder from previous games, but Kratos looks a bit different than the last time we saw him. Aside from that epic new beard, he’s apparently moved on from the Grecian setting of previous games to a more domestic existence in a Norse setting. At the very least, he looks like he’ll be playing the role of a mentor — Kratos is a dad now (and there’ll apparently be some interaction as the player using both Kratos and his son). This is not the same vengeance-driven hyperviolent demigod we’re used to seeing — and, frankly, Read More Here