Local Co-Op PlayStation 4 Games

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Do you want to know what PlayStation 4 games have local co-op multiplayer? Well the team at PS Nation has worked night and day to bring you a comprehensive list of every review on our site. So now you can sit down with friends/family/co-workers/enemies, grab some DualShock 4 controllers, and have some fun.

A few standout titles have to be Overcooked, Alienation, Borderlands, and Geometry Wars 3.

As time goes on this list will automatically update to keep you in the know. Unlike the 3D PS4 games list, this one is quite extensive and might take a second or two to load.

Review: AIPD (PS4)

Can this pretty twin-stick shooter blast Geometry Wars 3 off its top spot?

1 comment

Review: ALIENATION (PS4)

Housemarque is back with another beautiful ballet of destruction.

6 comments

Review: Amplitude (PS4)

Harmonix remakes one of their early games to kick off the new year.

1 comment

Review: Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender DX (PS4)

Cats go under the sea in search of milk when the world’s supply runs short in this shoot-em up defender.

0 comments

Review: Armello (PS4)

Rolling digital dice and trying to Kill a King, all in a day’s work when playing Armello.

0 comments

Review: Assault Android Cactus (PS4)

“Get the battery!!”

1 comment

Review: Basement Crawl (PS4)

What happens when you combine a much loved Bomberman style game with the movie Saw?

3 comments

Review: Battle Trivia Knockout (PS4)

Using your quick reflexes, smarts, and intuition, see if you’re able to become the trivia master. Read our full review now.

0 comments

Review: BlazBlue: Central Fiction (PS4/PS3)

Central Fiction finally wraps up the ongoing BlazBlue storyline and is generally just a great release in this admittedly tired franchise.

2 comments

Review: Blue Estate – The Game (PS4)

Blue Estate is a light gun shooter game on the PS4. But without any light guns in sight and no PlayStation Move controllers supported, that only leaves the standard DualShock 4.

5 comments

Review: Borderlands: The Handsome Collection (PS4)

Wait, didn’t Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel just come out??

6 comments

Review: Brawl (PS4)

Let’s try this again shall we.

1 comment

Review: [email protected] (PS4)

[email protected] good fun.

1 comment

Review: Coffin Dodgers (PS4)

One wheel in the grave.

0 comments

Review: Crimsonland (PS4)

The earth was awash in the blood of the fallen and yet they still attack from every direction.

2 comments

Review: Croixleur Sigma (PS4/PSV/PSTV)

Japanese… indie… hack and slash

0 comments

Review: Curses ‘N Chaos (PS4/PSV/PSTV)

Will the latest game from Tribute Games have you cursing from all the chaos?

1 comment

Review: Dead or Alive 5: Last Round (PS4)

The fighting jiggle-fest makes its debut on the PlayStation 4 with an update to Dead or Alive 5.

1 comment

Review: Disney Infinity 2.0 (PS4)

What happens when you add Mickey Mouse to Tony Starks?

2 comments

Review: Disney Infinity 3.0 (PS4)

It’s bigger. It’s better. It has Star Wars. Need I say more? Well, yes, I’ll say a lot more actually.

6 comments

Review: Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition (PS4)

Grab a friend, a pizza, and dive deep into this fully-supported co-op RPG.

1 comment

Review: Double Dragon IV (PS4)

The past should sometimes remain there.

0 comments

Review: Dragon Ball Xenoverse (PS4)

This game is so good, I’d rate it well over 9,000 if I could.

0 comments

Review: Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair (PS4)

Earth continues to be invaded and the Earth Defense force is ready to defend it.

0 comments

Review: Enter the Gungeon (PS4)

Anthropomorphic bullets abound.

0 comments

Review: Fat Princess Adventures (PS4)

Destroy thousands of otherwise happy enemies with reckless abandon. Bring a friend.

0 comments

Review: Fibbage: The Hilarious Bluffing Party Game (PS4)

Only winners lie to their friends!

4 comments

Review: FIFA 14 (PS4)

Style over substance?

5 comments

Review: FIFA 15 (PS4)

Does FIFA 15 hit the back of the net, or sail off into row Z? One thing is for certain: the developers have certainly put some welly into the shot.

3 comments

Review: FIFA 16 (PS4)

Is this year’s FIFA worthy of an upgrade? Or is FIFA 15 as good as it gets for EA Canada?

1 comment

Review: Fluster Cluck‏ (PS4)

Every wonder why everything tastes like chikkin?

1 comment

Review: FORCED: Slightly Better Edition (PS4)

Make sure you have a microphone.

0 comments

Review: Full Mojo Rampage (PS4)

Did Full Mojo Rampage cast a spell on me?

0 comments

Review: Garou: Mark of the Wolves (PS4/PSV/PSTV)

Can such an old fighting game be worthy of your time?

0 comments

Review: Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (PS4)

What began life as a little minigame has evolved into something quite remarkable.

3 comments

Review: Ghostbusters (PS4)

Who you gonna call?..
..*The number you have reached is not in service.*

2 comments

Review: Goat Simulator (PS4)

Goat Simulator has been remarkably transformed from it’s early days as a physics experiment on PC to a cathartic free-for-all!

0 comments

Review: Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- (PS4/PS3)

Fighting game legend Guilty Gear is back, packing a ton of style in the slick new visuals. Heaven or Hell? Let’s rock!

2 comments

Review: Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator (PS4)

Six new characters and a new story headline in this update to the Guilty Gear Xrd franchise.

4 comments

Review: Guitar Hero Live (PS4)

A leap forward for the rhythm game genre, this isn’t the Guitar Hero you remember.

6 comments

Review: Helldivers (PS4)

A top-down shooter with a hint of Starship Troopers, Helldivers hits the PlayStation 4.

4 comments

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (PS4)

The fantastic 2D Fighter based in the DC Universe comes to the PS4. Find out if this is one of the re-releases that’s worth your time.

4 comments

Review: Inversus (PS4)

The simple game should be a treat for score chasers and competitive players.

1 comment

Review: Kinetica (PS4)

Somewhere between Wipeout and Tony Hawk Skating exists Kinetica.

0 comments

Review: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4)

Lara Croft returns and while it may not be the one everyone wanted it’s definitely worth a look.

2 comments

Review: LEGO CITY Undercover (PS4)

Once relegated to the Wii U, LEGO CITY Undercover finally comes to the PlayStation ecosystem.

0 comments

Review: LEGO Dimensions (PS4)

Combining the number one toy line with its successful video game series, LEGO takes the building block to the next dimension.

1 comment

Review: LEGO Jurassic World (PS4)

Four full movies and a massive Free Play mode. Hold on to your butts.

0 comments

Review: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers (PS4)

Six Marvel movies in one huge game? Well… kinda.

0 comments

Review: LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PS4)

Are the new gameplay additions enough to make this one stand out?

2 comments

Review: LittleBigPlanet 3 (PS4)

PlayStation’s unofficial mascot finally hits the PS4, and he’s bringing friends… eventually, kind of.

7 comments

Review: Madden NFL 15 (PS4)

Defense is king this time around but is it enough?

3 comments

Review: Madden NFL 16 (PS4)

“We got playmakers on the outside who can make plays” – Ben Roethlisberger in the Madden NFL 16 Super Bowl 50 imagining.

3 comments

Review: Madden NFL 25 (PS4)

Just in time for the Super Bowl…

0 comments

Review: Magicka 2: Special Edition (PS4)

“Say, that’s a nice sword.” I mutter before burning the online co-op character to death.
Now I have a nice new sword!

1 comment

Review: Marvel: Ultimate Alliance Bundle (PS4)

Are these classics being treated properly or is someone just cashing in?

0 comments

Review: Monopoly Family Fun Pack (PS4)

Could this be the best digital Monopoly game yet?

10 comments

Review: Mother Russia Bleeds (PS4)

Russia bleeds much more than blood in this new beat ’em up.

0 comments

Review: MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore (PS4)

Lost in translation.

2 comments

Review: NBA 2K14 (PS4)

Does the PS3 basketball king retain its throne?

8 comments

Review: NBA 2K15 (PS4)

Could 2K possibly perfect the formula?

1 comment

Review: NBA 2K16 (PS4)

Visual Concepts are one slam dunk away from the perfect sports sim.

4 comments

Review: NBA Live 14 (PS4)

After taking FOUR years to make it, this must be good, right? Well…..

4 comments

Review: Neon Chrome (PS4)

Death isn’t the end, it is only the beginning..

0 comments

Review: Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel (PS4)

Here comes another crossover anime fighting game, this time featuring Nitroplus characters.

0 comments

Review: NOW That’s What I Call SING (PS4)

Competition for SingStar?

1 comment

Review: Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PS4)

He’s a devoted father and husband, and he’s being chased by a crazed chef, because, well because he’s an Octopus.

2 comments

Review: Overcooked (PS4)

Please sir, can I have some more?

3 comments

Review: Peggle 2 (PS4)

Peggle 2 is a thing, a brightly colored thing, not just a PLINKO rip-off.

0 comments

Review: Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare (PS4)

A popular franchise moves from the tower defense aspect to a third person shooter. Does it live up to the hype?

1 comment

Review: Portal Knights (PS4)

Get ready for split-screen co-op and some excellent crafting and building fun!

1 comment

Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 (PS4)

G is for great… O is for outstanding… A is for amazing… L is for little more work needed to ensure the game’s on-field merits succeed in an increasingly polished and big-budget sports game market.

2 comments

Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 (PS4)

Is PS2 legend PES5 still the pinnacle of Konami’s soccer series? Or has this 20th anniversary edition set a new standard?

3 comments

Review: Push Me Pull You (PS4)

Human CatDog turns competitive in this new local multiplayer game.

0 comments

Review: Puyo Puyo Tetris (PS4)

We need to combine stuff more often.

1 comment

Review: Rayman Legends (PS4)

Already a fantastic game on the PS3, Rayman Legends sets the bar for platformers on the PS4, and that bar is now really high.

4 comments

Review: Riptide GP: Renegade (PS4)

Race for revenge in Riptide GP: Renegade.

1 comment

Review: RISK (PS4)

3 comments

Review: Rock Band 4 (PS4)

Rock Band is like that pair of comfortable shoes you love to wear. Now they’re rocking a wonderful spit-shine, new laces, and gel inserts. Did I take that shoe analogy too far?

6 comments

Review: Salt and Sanctuary (PS4)

“The worth of mankind is the salt on his brow, for it is the essence of his life.” Malthis 4:17

1 comment

Review: Score Rush Extended (PS4)

Instant gratification!

10 comments

Review: Screencheat (PS4)

Split screen multiplayer that not only encourages you to look at the other screens, it’s required.

0 comments

Review: Skullgirls 2nd Encore (PS4)

Skullgirls takes the fight to the PlayStation 4 in 2nd Encore.

1 comment

Review: Skylanders SuperChargers (PS4)

Skylanders is back for its fifth year, but amongst increased competition, is it still a toys-to-life game worth buying?

4 comments

Review: SkyScrappers (PS4)

A crazy party brawler crashes onto the PS4 but can it survive without online support?

0 comments

Review: Sportsfriends (PS3/PS4)

As another Indie title makes its way to the PlayStation family. Does it live up to the standard that previous Indies have set?

2 comments

Review: Stardust Vanguards (PS4)

Stardust Vanguards is a multiplayer game that might be a sleeper hit in the party game scene.

1 comment

Review: STARWHAL (PS4)

What happens when you cross a narwhal with bright neon colors?

1 comment

Review: Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure (PS4)

There is no sign of Vince Vaughn or Ben Stiller in this Dodgeball adventure!

0 comments

Review: Street Fighter V (PS4)

There’s a lot of forward-forward in this game, but not without some some back-back.

2 comments

Review: Super Dungeon Bros (PS4)

Hey bro, fancy a quick go on this new co-op dungeon crawler. No broettes allowed apparently.

0 comments

Review: Surgeon Simulator: A&E Anniversary Edition (PS4)

Can we create a new hashtag? #RemoveFromTheList

1 comment

Review: Tachyon Project (PS4)

Can this plain looking twin-stick shooter blast Geometry Wars 3 off its top spot?

1 comment

Review: Tales of Zestiria (PS4)

The PS4 gets its first Tales Series game; get ready for a deep and immersive Action JRPG. [Insert your best Zesty pun here].

3 comments

Review: That Trivia Game (PS4)

Test your knowledge in That Trivia Game, but before you buy, read our review.

0 comments

Review: The Jackbox Party Pack (PS4)

You might not know Jack, but you need to invite him into your home!

5 comments

Review: The King of Fighters XIV (PS4)

Does this game have what it takes to be crowned the King of Fighting Games?

0 comments

Review: Toy Soldiers: War Chest – Hall of Fame Edition (PS4)

Unicorns, He-Man, Rolley Cats and G.I. Joe; It could only mean one thing..

0 comments

Review: Trials Fusion (PS4)

Trials is finally on PlayStation, but does it live up to the hype?

0 comments

Review: Tricky Towers (PS4)

Is Tricky Towers too tricky for its own good?

2 comments

Review: Trine 2: Complete Story (PS4)

A fantastic sequel to an already great game.

0 comments

Review: Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power (PS4)

Can the folks at Frozenbyte keep their lucky streak as they seem to be shooting for the Moon with this one..

2 comments

Review: Trine Enchanted Edition (PS4)

An enhanced version of the first game in a enchanting series.

0 comments

Review: Trivial Pursuit Live! (PS4)

So Ubisoft has turned a popular board game into a game-show, I become a contestant to see if it’s any good.

5 comments

Review: Twisted Metal: Black (PS4)

We return to Twisted Metal: Black to see if this car combat game is still the best one ever released.

2 comments

Review: Ultra Street Fighter IV (PS4)

In anticipation of Street Fighter V coming to PS4, Sony and Capcom (via Other Ocean) have brought Ultra Street Fighter IV to their newest console as well, but is it worth the purchase?

1 comment

Review: Worms Battlegrounds (PS4)

I fight it out with some worms on the digital battlegrounds, find out who come out on top..

0 comments

Review: Zombie Vikings (PS4)

Everybody loves Zombies.

0 comments

Video Review: Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition (PS4)

Vinny brings us a video review of the juggernaut that is Minecraft on the PS4.

4 comments

Let us know if we missed any and we will endeavour to update the list with a review.

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  • Joshua Simpkins

    Nice write-up, Chazz. I did not know Borderlands: The Handsome Collection had 4-Player Local Co-Op on a single PS4! That’s wild AF! 😳

    • ChazzH69

      2K invited me down to their place to try it out before the game was released and I really enjoyed it. Plus all the DLC too, can’t go wrong with that one.

      • Joshua Simpkins

        Damn that’s sweet! I may just have to pick this game up. Seems like a better way to play than how I have been playing of Borderlands 2. The Vita version is good and all, but The Handsome Collection seems like the definitive way to play the game for sure.

  • Jahonius

    Oh, man, what a list!

    Nice work!

    Diablo: Reaper of Souls is another excellent co-op RPG!

  • Roger Cannon

    Thanks for compiling this list. I find it very useful.

    But let’s put a HUGE disclaimer on the Jack Party Pack because I have to use 2 new phones and am NOT allowed to use my controllers. This deal-breaking “feature” of the game is an inexcusably greedy move to put you in their ad space on your phone rather than provide you with a playable game on your console. I feel ripped off because I can only play this game by myself and that’s NOT why I buy party games.

  • Nuraya

    Resi5 and 6. Especially 5 tho