PS4 might not be the talk of the industry right now, mostly due to the release of "Super Mario Odyssey" and the upcoming Xbox One X, but Sony's console continues to receive a steady stream of games. This week includes one heavyweight, in the latest addition to the "Call of Duty" franchise, and a few surprises.

Let us check what exciting titles are launching on the PlayStation 4 later this week.

'Call of Duty: WW2' goes back to its roots on the PS4

"Call of Duty: WW2" is the FPS fans of the series have been asking for. After "Infinite Warfare" took things way into the future, "Call of Duty: WW2" flips things back to the original setting of the first game.

PS4 owners can pick this one up from November 3.

The funny thing is that "Call of Duty" did not get big until it modernized the setting in "Modern Warfare." The first three games failed to over anything new, especially with the "Medal of Honor" series going strong at the time, so the shift in setting helped attract an audience. After all this time, returning to the 1940s is considered fresh.

"Call of Duty: WW2's" recent beta received a decent enough reception, and Sledgehammer Games has hyped up the singleplayer campaign. PlayStation 4 owners can look forward to a variety of missions set around crucial missions which determined the outcome of the Second World War.

A PS2 classic on the PS4

If you own a PlayStation 4 and are yearning for a brand new JRPG, then ".Hack//G.U.

Last Recode" is worth considering. For those who played the original titles on the PlayStation 2, the PS4 collection remasters the trilogy and includes one new volume.

In terms of value for money, nothing beats ".Hack//G.U. Last Recode." Seriously, the original games required dozens of hours each to complete. The combat is your standard action-RPG, although CyberConnect2 has touched upon the mechanics to improve them.

PS4 players can buy this JRPG from November 3 for just $49.99.

Bubsy returns from the PlayStation grave

"Bubsy 3D" is one of the most infamous games of all time, earning an extremely negative reputation on the original PlayStation. The buggy platformer killed the franchise for two decades, but it is set for a comeback on the PS4.

"Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back" is developed by Black Forest Games and launches this week.

From the trailer, this at-least looks playable. Smartly sticking to 2D, this new "Bubsy" title could spark some new found interest in the franchise. At the very least, the smug cat might bow out with a respectable game.