The 30 Best PlayStation 4 Adventure Games You Can Play Today

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Enjoy adventure games and own a PlayStation 4? Then we have a list for you! In this list we’re going to showcase some of our favorite adventure video games that you can play right now on the PlayStation 4. Included is Before You Buy videos to showcase gameplay and our thoughts on the title along with details regarding the video game.

Without further ado, here is our picks for the top adventure games on the PS4. Likewise, let us know what your personal favorite adventure game is by leaving a comment down below.

#30 Vampyr
  • Developer: Dontnod Entertainment
  • Publisher: Focus Home Interactive

Dontnod Entertainment has crafted up some popular titles so far. Their debut title Remember Me sparked the highly beloved Life is Strange IP. Following up the release of Life is Strange is Vampyr, a vastly different IP then what the developers have worked.

Vampyr takes place during the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic in London where players take the role of a doctor Jonathan Reid. Our protagonist is in a predicament as he is a vampire with a bloodthirsty nature, but is also battling his condition with his Hippocratic Oath.

Being an action role-playing title, players can traverse parts of the world while also leveling up Jonathan in order to unlock new abilities and skills through the skill tree.

#29 Firewatch
  • Developer: Campo Santo
  • Publisher: Panic, Campo Santo

Firewatch is the debut title for development studio’s Campo Santo. Within the game, players take on the role of a forest fire lookout named Henry. Set back in 1989, Henry’s only form of communication is through a walkie-talkie to another nearby forest fire lookout named Delilah.

Overall, Henry is tasked with maintaining the safety of the forest and preventing forest fires if possible. However, there seems to be something more going out in the woods leading to potential sabotage. During this narrative adventure title players will discover the reason behind Henry taking a job that essentially secludes him from the outside world.