Sony just offered a major look into the future of the PlayStation 4 in these new trailers

For the over 60 million PlayStation 4 owners out there, the future is bright.

Marvel's Spider-man (PlayStation 4)SonySpider-man is coming! Watch your back!

If you thought 2017 was a great year for games, 2018 looks like it may be even better. Sony just showcased a mess of new games coming to the PlayStation 4, like the charming and silly “Spider-man” game you see above.

Perhaps you’re looking for something more gritty, like the highly-anticipated “The Last of Us” sequel? 

The Last of Us: Part IISonyGetting a pretty serious ‘Apocalypse Now’ vibe here, but it’s actually ‘The Last of Us: Part II.’

Whether you’re looking for something family friendly, for something deadly serious, or for a gorgeous remake of a gaming classic, Sony’s PlayStation 4 has something for you in 2018.

Check out the rundown below:

1. 'The Last of Us: Part II'

Release date: Unknown

2. 'God of War'

Release date: Early 2018

3. 'Shadow of the Colossus'

Release date: February 6, 2018

4. 'Spider-man'

Release date: 2018

5. 'Ghosts of Tsushima'

Release date: Unknown

6. The first 'Destiny 2' expansion

Release date: December 5

7. 'The Hong Kong Massacre'

Release date: Unknown

8. 'Concrete Genie'

Release date: Unknown

9. 'Erica'

Release date: Unknown

10. 'Call of Duty: WWII'

Release date: November 3

11. 'Horizon Zero Dawn' additional content: 'The Frozen Wilds'

Release date: November 7

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