Ryse, without doubt if we're talking exclusives only.
Then comes Titanfall, Forza 5 and Quantum Break.
If we're including multiplats then it's a different story (Witcher 3, Dragon Age Inquisition, MGS5, Battlefield 4, Watch Dogs, The Evil Within, Thief 4, Elder Scrolls Online, Assassin's Creed 4, The Division etc etc).
Multiplats is where the quality is. I can not remember any generation that promised so much this early.
The entire reason I sat through the PS4 presser was to see what was coming for multiplats. I'm excited about ESO. Especially if it provides multi-platform play, i.e. PC/Xbox/PS.
YAY! Finally someone who is interested in Elder Scrolls Online!
Hahahahaha...I e-mailed Bethesda with a suggestion for a game like ESO. Difference being, you'd buy a single player game, giving you access to that world in the MMO, then they'd release other similar single-player games that would extend the MMO. The idea being that you'd still have a single player experience as always with Bethesda, but each game you added to your library would open up the MMO world. It sounds like they'll sort of be doing that, but not quite the way I thought it should be done.
Cool, that's a cool idea.
In a worst case scenario I might play ESO as a single player, pretend it's a single player game and not invest so much in grouping and guilding and stuff. That is if I find that I don't have the time and energy to spend on it as a true MMO. Hopefully I will be in a situation where I can dedicate myself to it properly though.
On what platform do you plan to play ESO?