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PS4 Xbox One Games List 2015: Top 10 Most Anticipated Titles

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Last weekend's PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas gave visitors some juicy, sneak peeks of the platform's 2015 titles -- and we heard some of them are totally worth drooling over. To contain the massive excitement of fans, the official PlayStation blog has uploaded trailers of these games in a recent post, which you can check out here.

While recent events seemed to be in favor of Sony, rival Microsoft happened to watch from an observing distance. Xbox head Phil Spencer took his stance to Twitter, wrote Gamespot.

"PSX was a nice event, good way for Sony to celebrate 20 years. I watched, it was well done. I feel good about 2015 for XBOX," he responded to one user who claimed not hearing a "single thing" about Xbox.

The Xbox helm likewise assured fans that next year will be a good one. "I'm very confident in our 2015 exclusives. Some have been announced, some have not. 2015 will be a good year for XBOX fans," Spencer said.

Without further ado, we've curated ten titles coming to the PS4 and Xbox One next year -- and just like you, we can only hope that these games live up to expectations! Check them out below.

PS4

"The Order: 1886"

Coming to the console on Feb. 20, 2015, the game takes its players back to Victorian London with a surprising twist -- advance war technology provided. Gamers assume the role of Galahad, a member of the Knights of The Order, with the task of joining the battle against an ancient adversary. The game is developed by Ready At Dawn and developed by SCEA.

"Battlefield Hardline"

Drawing inspiration from the original "Battlefield," this action-packed, first-person shooter game features a sensationally-emotional backstory that's dubbed to reminiscent of a "modern television crime drama." Packing a multiplayer option, the game is developed by Visceral Games and developed by Electronic Arts. It arrives on Mar. 17, 2015.

"Bloodborne"

This RPG / Action / Adventure game comes to the console on Mar. 24, 2015. Published by SCEA and developed by FromSoftware, the title is set in a dark, horrifying world filled with danger, madness and a consuming illness. To survive, it is your mission to uncover Yharnam's secrets while battling its agile and intelligent guards.

"Uncharted 4: A Thief's End"

This game has no specific release date yet, but PlayStation wrote that it comes in 2015. The game chronicles the adventures of retired fortune hunter Nathan Drake, who is apparently "forced" back in the world of thieves. He sets afoot on a journey that attempts to discover a historical conspiracy responsible for a fabled pirate treasure. The title is developed by Naughty Dog and published by SCEA.

"Mortal Kombat X"

Developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive, this fighting game attempts to deliver the "most brutal" Kombat gameplay ever. Players are granted the option to select multiple variations of each character, ultimately customizing strategy and fighting abilities. PlayStation wrote it as a 2015 release.

Xbox One

"Dying Light"

Hailing from Techland and Warner Bros. Interactive, the first-person game is all about survival in the midst of a horror-infested world. The goal is to live until morning's first light. Players also work in daytime, roaming around the region for supplies needed to create weapons. IGN noted the game's release as Jan. 27, 2015.

"Evolve"

The game comes out on Feb. 10, 2015, according to Heavy. It features a multiplayer shooting gameplay -- four Hunters take aim at a single-player Monster in a grueling 4v1 battle. Hunter classes include Assault, Trapper, Medic and Support. The title is developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by 2K Games, said IGN.

"Bladestorm: Nightmare"

This real-time strategy game is sequel to the original "Bladestorm," with the addition of new graphics and online multiplayer. Developed by Omega Force and published by Tecmo KOEI, the title is out on Mar. 3, 2015, as noted by IGN.

"Screamride"

Created by Frontier Developments and published by Microsoft, this simulation game is a rollercoaster ride that packs action and destruction in over 50 levels, wrote Gamespot. The game has three modes, namely: Engineer, Screamrider, and Demolition Expert. It arrives on Mar. 3 for North and South America.

"Project CARS"

According to GameStop, "Project CARS" is branded to be the "most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet." Developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco Games, it features world-class graphics, competitive race weekends, leaderboard-based challenges and updated community events. It comes out Mar. 17.

Excited about 2015's lineup? Which games do you look forward to own?

Watch PlayStation's full Experience keynote below.

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