The PlayStation 4 has been around for a couple years now, and in that time it has built up a pretty decent library of exclusive titles. An assortment of solid AAA and indie games has made Sony's latest the top console this generation, at least so far. And there is no doubt that as the console continues to age, it will also continue to deliver quality exclusives that make it a worthy investment for gamers all around the world. Of course, every console also has its share of terrible games, and the PS4 is certainly no exception. Bad games both big and small have come and gone on Sony's little black box, with surely more to come, leaving a nasty taste in the mouths of anyone unfortunate enough to play them. The following are the worst video games the PlayStation 4 currently has to offer. While some of them are genuinely dreadful from top to bottom, others would be acceptable were it not for various technical issues that make them near unplayable. Sony fans take note; you'll want to stay as far away from these games as possible.
Rarely is there ever a shortage of racing games for gamers to choose from, which is why it was all the more important that Driveclub stand out amongst its competitors. It attempted to do this by placing heavy emphasis on community and competition among players. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this ended up being its biggest flaw. Like so many of the online-only multiplayer focused games that have become so common within the last couple years, Driveclub lives and dies on its community, which must be supported by a user-friendly infrastructure. Sadly, it was plagued by server issues, which kept the community from thriving right out of the gate. A solid single player could have been its saving grace, but as is so often the case with these types of games, there just wasnt enough content to sustain any long term interest. Sure, as far as racing games go, Driveclub is certainly far from the worst. And it sure does look pretty. But there is nothing very unique about this game other than its multiplayer ambitions, and that failed to live up to expectations.