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The Honey 2017 list was compiled by Polygon staff writer David T. Wilson and the group of experts who helped make the list happen.
It includes titles that have received major updates or reboots, but it’s also worth noting that not all of these games are necessarily going to get the biggest boost from this year’s update.
For example, The Last Guardian, a game that was released in 2017, will not see any new content in the upcoming Honey 2017 update, and a number of other popular PS4 and PS5 games will likely see less of a boost from that update.
Still, we did include the likes of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, and even more popular AAA games like FIFA 15 and Destiny 2, to name a few.
As you can see in the full list, this year has a few big surprises, including a number that we haven’t seen since 2017’s Honey 2016 list.
And of course, there’s still plenty of great games to look forward to in 2018, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, The Witcher 4: Wild West, Fallout 4, and Destiny: Rise of Iron.
But for the most part, we can safely say that the PS4 update for the PS5 is going to be a huge boost to many of the best titles.
The PS4 Pro’s added power means we should see even more games coming out this year, and we’re excited to see what new features are added to the console in the coming months.
For more, check out our full 2017 PS4, PS5, and PS6 PS4 Pros guide.