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Top 5 Best PS4 games to play on a date

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Top 5 Best PS4 games to play on a date

Are you a keen gamer who is also looking for a partner for two-player games? Possibly for romance? You’ll come across a diverse range of prospective candidates if you sign up for online dating. These digital outlets and chats are geared towards introducing singles to people who would be compatible. Algorithms will even find your ideal match before you’ve even started browsing through any profiles! After connecting on a singles chat site, you can develop a rapport by discussing PS4 games to enjoy on dates. Here are six of the best.

Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima

Featuring a fabulously depicted fantastical open world, Ghost of Tsushima will introduce you and your partner to sweeping ancient Japanese history. You are samurais, charged with defending Tsushima Island after the bloodthirsty Mongol tribes have invaded Japan. Because this action took place during the 13th-century, you’ll have to get used to exploring the wonderful vistas on horseback, using grappling hooks to clamber into inaccessible locations. You can quickly become immersed in medieval combat, facing up to enemies with your Samurai sword, or katana, or by using a bow and arrow. As well as gathering armor to protect yourself during melees, you can complete thrilling missions based on folklore.

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Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn

In this thrilling PS4 game, you take the role of a hunter in a world where machines have taken control. You can use stealth to track down your enemies, then use a variety of weapons to do them damage and take them down! As well as the mechanical denizens, there are other enemies to face, making for an exhilarating experience. To date, Horizon Zero Dawn has sold over 10 million copies, gaining numerous awards, and being respected by critics and fans alike. As well as strong characterization, the soundtrack is also memorable, containing original compositions by Joris de Man and English musical duo The Flight.

The Last of Us

The Last of Us

Another worthwhile choice for your PS4 date, The Last of Us features a teenage girl, Ellie being escorted by a smuggler, Joel across a dangerous post-apocalyptic landscape. As well as juggling the demands of this mismatched couple, you are faced with all manner of terrifying nemeses, not least hostile human survivors and cannibals who have been infected by a horrible fungus. The action unfolds at a considerable pace, and you’ll soon find yourself poised at the edge of your seat as you cope with the dangers lurking around every corner.

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Bloodborne

Bloodborne

Bloodborne pits you against homicidal protagonists, except the setting this time isn’t some dystopian futuristic landscape, but the ruined city of Yharnam. The landscape is an eye-catching meld of Victorian and Gothic architecture, perfect for the key inspirations for this horror/drama – HP Lovecraft’s weird fantasies, and Bram Stoker’s feverish imagination (if you require a reminder, the latter was the Irish author who created the ultimate vampire, Dracula!) Getting into this game is to become immersed in a vivid landscape, where your primary enemies are wild beasts and humans who have succumbed to a plague spread by infected blood. Using a combination of traditional weapons and firearms, you can employ various ingenious strategies to win the day. Even better – Bloodborne has often been described as one of the greatest video games ever!

God of War

God of War

First launched on the PS2 platform back in 2005, God of War has evolved into a hugely popular franchise. The eighth instalment was specifically developed for the PS4 and features an over-the-shoulder cam viewpoint for added realism during the battle scenes. Inspired by Norse mythology, you’ll quickly discover your inner Viking as you explore the ‘nine realms’ of this gripping adventure universe.

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