But my advise to those people, keep that PS4 pre-order and pick up at launch, there are still plenty of decent games for you to play. Killzone Shadow Fall is the stand out exclusive, mixing FPS with a Deus Ex style of play and the solid new IP platformer Knack. But look past exclusives at the offerings and the best news is that they are all released on PS3/Xbox360 before hand, so you will know if the game is going to be any good or not before purchase. With the added benefit of better graphics, smoother gameplay and that lovely share button. And many games for the PS4 will have extra and/or better content. BF4 for example will have the PC standard 64player battles online with bigger maps and more vehicles.
Some are even offering the chance to upgrade to next gen for only £10 and seeing as most PS3/Xbox360 games are £10 cheaper than advertised next gen titles, your not losing any money with the added benefit of moving your online progress to your new console. The list of tripe A titles COD: Ghosts, NFS Rivals, Assassins Creed 4 and battlefield 4 will have a months worth of bugs and glitches fixed with added weapon balancing by the time it goes next gen.
Watch Dogs being delayed is a set back, but if it wasn't ready why rush and release a broken game? DriveClub wasn't going to be the BIG game changing racer, NFS Rivals and The Crew are looking better. but the fact of it being a FREE title was mouth watering. Constrast, a shadowy take on plaforming and story has now taken its place and expect more indie offerings each and every month.