More than 70 game companies have been confirmed as licensed developers and publishers for the PS4.
The likes of Activision, Bungie, Blizzard Ubisoft, Capcom, Square Enix, Splash Damage, Blitz Games Studios, GungHO, 2K Games, EA and Starbreeze are all eyeing up producing content for the new console.
A plethora of game reveals included Guerrilla Games' Killzone Shadowfall, Evolution Studios' Drive Club, Sucker Punch's InFamous 3, Capcom title Deep Down and Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
While this doesn't necessarily mean we can expect games from all of them straight away, the number of third-party developers and publishers interested in supporting the console will be a huge boon for Sony, with console rival Nintendo currently struggling somewhat to gather support from external developers on the Wii U.
You can see the list of licensed PS4 companies, as taken from a presentation slide, below.
Activision, Tri-ace, Capcom, Chara-Ani, Atlus, Artdink, Keen, Yuke's, Saber, Paradox, ImageEpoch, Mages, From Software, Cat Software, Sumo Digital, Granzella, Spike Chunsoft, Sega, Nixxes, SOE, Ninja Theory, Splash Damage, Genki, Falcon, Kadokawa Games, Marvelous AQL, Team 17, System Soft, Level 5, Starbreeze, Rebellion, EA, Namco Bandai Games, ARC System Works, D3 Publisher, Warner Bros Games, Rockstar Games, Yager, Zen, Climax, Stainless Games, Codemasters Racing, GungHo, CD Project, Xing, Sucker Punch, Tecmo Koei, Disney, 2K Games, C2, Idea Factory, Ascii Media Works, Lucid, Dimps, Telltale Games, Bohemia Interactive, LucasArts, Ganbarion, Bethesda, O-Two Inc, MercurySteam, Avalanche Studos, Grasshopper Manufacture, ToshI, 505 Games, Platinum Games, BlitzGamesStudios, Acquire and Crafts & Meister, Blizzard, Ubisoft, Square Enix, Bungie, Just Add Water