The PS4 turns five-years-old, so here's its best-selling games

CREDIT Sony

CREDIT Sony

Can you believe its already been five years since the PlayStation 4 launched worldwide on 15th of November in 2013?

The PlayStation 4 is now five years old and, if the rumours are correct, will soon be entering the twilight of its life cycle.

Also, be sure to check out this separate Sony post in which it interviews famous developers about their favorite PS4 games as well. Predictable! They've been given in alphabetical order though, but the best-selling games are Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Call of Duty: WWII, FIFA 17, FIFA 18 and GTA V. The most popular games are the same, just switching out WWII for Fortnite.

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Coinciding with today's PS4 anniversary, Sony has announced the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 PS4 bundle!

The most popular chart is very similar, with Black Ops III once again taking the top spot, though Federation Internationale de Football Association 17 and Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 rise one place each, while Epic's phenomenon called Fortnite takes the fourth spot and Grand Theft Auto V remains at the same fifth place. The bundle costs $299.99 MSRP (USD) / $379.99 MSRP (CAN) and will be available at retailers nationwide. It includes a jet-black 1TB PS4 system, a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Five years in - and in an age when we keep hearing that question over and over, about whether the console era has passed - you might be surprised at where this review lands: "In an age of affordable PCs and ubiquitous smartphones, you can certainly argue that dedicated video game consoles have become less relevant". Not to mention, PS4 players can look forward to unlocking content in advance of anyone else.

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