Best PlayStation 4 Games to Play with your Partner this Valentine's Day Android Central 2020

Valentine's Day isn't just about getting that perfect gift for your sweet crush or significant other — it's also about spending some real quality time with them. More and more, gamer couples are choosing to do that by playing co-op games. It makes for the perfect date night, with most co-op games requiring teamwork and communication for success. It'll bring you two closer and you'll have loads of fun doing it. Need some ideas? These PlayStation 4 games are great places to start.

★ Featured favorite: Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

What better way to celebrate love than by fighting the forces of anti-love? Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is one of the ultimate co-op games, forcing both players to rely on each other to succeed. Players navigate a variety of levels in a spaceship that both control, with one player controlling the ship's steering while the other handles its weapons, shields, and other duties. Along the way, you'll encounter enemies to fight, creatures to save, and more.

$15 at PlayStation Store

Order Up: Overcooked! 2

Work together to run one of the most hectic kitchens you'll ever see in this co-op game that supports up to four players. The orders fly in fast, and you'll need to work with your partner and establish an efficient system to handle it all.

$25 at Amazon

Survive the Night: Don't Starve Together

Don't Starve: That's the name of the game, figuratively and literally. This one is all about surviving the long nights of cold winters, where you'll forage for food, find shelter, protect yourself from the wild, and keep fighting to live as long as you can. With Don't Starve Together, you can even have a partner to help you out.

$43 at Amazon

Live a Fantasy: Divinity: Original Sin 2

Most games on this list are easy to play and digest. Divinity: Original Sin 2 isn't most games on this list. You can jump into this truly epic turn-based RPG alongside your bae on Valentine's Day. You can each get your own character to enjoy, each with their own unique responses to all the NPCs and their own decisions to be made.

$20 at Amazon

Outlive the Undead: 7 Days to Die

In this creative survivalism game, you and your companion will do whatever it takes to stay alive. You'll build your own fortress to defend yourself from the zombie horde, using skills, perks, and items you craft to help you do just that.

$27 at Amazon

Gun 'Em Down: Borderlands 3

The newest entry in the Borderlands franchise expands on everything the previous games did, giving you the chance to partner up with your loved one and once again go vault hunting on Pandora. Collect weapons, play with some brand new classes with their own powers, and enjoy the crude humor that only Borderlands can bring.

$25 at Amazon

Double Date: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 can be perfect for a couple to play no matter which mode you like. Mow down waves of mindless freaks in Zombies, try to be the last duo standing in Blackout, or race to the insane killstreaks in Multiplayer.

$36 at Amazon

Blockbuster: Minecraft

Everyone loves Minecraft, and it's always better with others. When you're dropped into a blocky world that can be transformed any way you want, where do you even start? Cuddle up with your partner and figure it out!

$25 at Amazon

Kapow!: LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2

What kind of crime-fighting superhero doesn't have a sidekick? Have yourselves a cute little love fight over who gets to be the boss and then head into Chronopolis to play as Spider-Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, and more.

$30 at Amazon

A narrative of teamwork: A Way Out

What better game to play with your significant other on Valentine's Day than one that you literally can't play without them? A Way Out puts you in the shoes of a prisoner hankering for a breakout. He has to enlist the help of a fellow prisoner, however, and that's when your trust is really tested.

$45 at Amazon

Gang up: Human: Fall Flat

Similar to games like Gang Beasts or Party Panic, Human: Fall Flat allows players to inhabit a generic character that can't do much besides cling to things. Instead of fighting each other, though, you'll be working together, using your very limited abilities to solve puzzles and make it through increasingly complex levels. It's an excellent game for two people to sit down and get through and will provide a ton of laughs as each of you undoubtedly fall off a ton of ledges.

$15 at PlayStation Store

Our top picks

The PS4 has some amazing games in its catalog, so if games are on the menu for your special night, then these represent some of the best that you can choose from. Every game on this list can be played via couch co-op, and best of all, they all mostly heavily involve teamwork as a major theme. If you're looking for a true story to experience, our suggestion would be A Way Out, as it combines co-op gameplay with a thrilling and engaging story that will keep you wanting to play.

If you'd rather spend some quality time at home and enjoy a silly game that will make you laugh, then Human: Fall Flat is for you, as it's bound to get everyone in stitches over its cute look and hilarious gameplay. Of course, there are also titles in the list that are for those looking for something tough, but rewarding. Games like Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime represent some of the best games you can play, but ones that will require the ultimate display of teamwork. Whatever your preference, there's going to be something that you'll have playing with that special someone.

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