As a narrative subject, zombies have become a bit cliche -- but there's still one game keeping the genre undead: Day Z. The multiplayer survival game started out as a mod for ARMA II, drawing in players by mixing hordes of zombies with the threat of other players, their lies and the general risk of the human element. It's a game that can give you trust issues, and now it's coming to the PlayStation 4.

Lead developer Dean Hall briefly took the stage during Sony's GamesCom presentation to make the announcement, but he didn't reveal much: there's no release date in sight and no indication if PS4 users will be able to interact with PC users. There is some hope on the latter front, however: Hall said that the PS4 version will be using a "cross-platform renderer" to ensure the console version looks great.

Sony has sold over 10 million PlayStation 4 consoles