Buckle up, everyone. Sony just posted a massive list of every single PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita game coming out in 2015, and it’s a doozy. Sony broke it down into three categories: “Available Now,” “Confirmed Release Date,” and “Release Date TBA.” I spent a few minutes counting them all up, and here’s what we’re looking at in 2015:
39 games are already available, with some of the more noteworthy titles being Evolve, Dying Light, Citizens of Earth, Resident Evil, Saints Row IV: Re-Elected and the Gat Out of Hell expansion, Grim Fandango: Remastered, Apotheon, Life is Strange: Episode One – Chrysalis, and Game of Thrones: Episode Two – The Lost Lords.
26 upcoming games already have confirmed release dates, and some of the standout titles there are The Order: 1886, Battlefield Hardline, Bloodborne, Mortal Kombat X, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin Edition, Borderlands: The Handsome Jack Collection, and of course, Batman: Arkham Knight.
But rounding out the list is a full 220 games still to come without a release date yet. Without listing every single game, here’s a small fraction of the notables:
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
- Star Wars: Battlefront
- Just Cause 3
- Persona 5
- Tom Clancy’s The Division
- No Man’s Sky
- Ratchet & Clank
- Shovel Knight
- Dead Island 2
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege
- Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number
- Until Dawn
- The Witness
- Mighty No. 9
- YAKUZA 5
- Elder Scrolls Online
- GALAK-Z: The Dimensional
- Gang Beasts
- Samurai Gunn
- Hyper Light Drifter
- Axiom Verge
- Titan Souls
- Broken Age: The Complete Adventure
- OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood
- Nuclear Throne
- The Forest
That means there’s 246 games still to come, and keep in mind, that’s only counting the announced games. We already know from leaks about games like Assassin’s Creed Victory, and there’s sure to be more announcements in the lead-up to E3, so this isn’t even a complete list. Barring the same level of delays and release dates shifting around we had in 2014, this year is shaping up to be pretty incredible.
For the full list, check out Sony’s post.