Almost all games on this platform should have a Day 1 Digital release, although there is potential for physical-only releases in special, legally-complicated circumstances, or if the game requires a proprietary controller or other accessory which comes with physical copies of the game. Note that some DLC may be exclusive to physical editions of the game, such as pre-order bonuses or DLC included with Limited Editions. Games released in Japan which carry a CERO Z rating can only be purchased digitally by using a credit card with a Japanese billing address; PSN wallet balances will not apply to these purchases.
- Guitar Hero Live (comes with mandatory guitar controller, which is a different layout from older controllers)
- Puyo Puyo Tetris (also available digitally and physically on Nintendo Switch, in Japan it is also digitally and physically available on PS3, Vita, 3DS and Wii U, and on disc only on Xbox One)
- SingStar Celebration (smart phones required to use as microphones)
- Skylanders: Swap Force
Games with special instructions
- Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition digital purchases in Europe contain two separate downloads. It’s listed as over 60 gigs but is only a fraction of that size unless all languages are downloaded. The smaller download (21 gigs) is the game in Polish and Russian. The larger download (labeled as 40 gigs) can be played in English, French, European Spanish, German or Italian, but will only download the needed files based on the language setting of your console; a single language should only require about a 16 gig download.