Last night Sony announced the PlayStation 4 release date - 15th November in the US and 29th November in Europe - as well as a PlayStation Vita price drop and an additional PS3 price adjustment.

There was lots to talk about, then, but among its many revelations Sony also issued a list of PS4 games that will be released before the end of 2013. There will be a total of 33 games out by then, including 15 on Blu-ray.

Here's the full list:

  • Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Basement Crawl (digital)
  • Battlefield 4 (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Blacklight (digital)
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Contrast (digital)
  • DC Universe Online (digital)
  • Doki-Doki Universe (digital)
  • DriveClub (Blu-ray/digital)
  • FIFA 14 (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Flower (digital)
  • Hohokum (digital)
  • Just Dance 2014 (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Killzone: Shadow Fall (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Knack (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Lego Marvel Superheroes (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Madden NFL 25 (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Minecraft (digital)
  • N++ (digital)
  • NBA Live (Blu-ray/digital)
  • NBA 2K14 (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Need for Speed: Rivals (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Pinball Arcade (digital)
  • Planetside 2 (digital)
  • Pool Nation Extreme (digital)
  • ResoGun (digital)
  • Skylanders: Swap Force (Blu-ray/digital)
  • Super Motherload (digital)
  • The Playroom (preinstalled)
  • Tiny Brains (digital)
  • Warframe (digital)
  • War Thunder (digital)
  • Watch_Dogs (Blu-ray/digital)

In addition to Blu-ray and digital releases, Sony will also preinstall The Playroom on all PS4 systems, which teaches players about how to use DualShock 4 and lets them play various AR games using the PlayStation Camera, assuming they buy one separately.

Interested in how this compares to the Xbox One launch line-up? Then check out the Xbox One launch line-up.

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