It's hard to say if we have any system-selling exclusives slated for a 2014 holiday release.
This year, it looks like third-party multiplatform games are going to be the biggest reasons to pick up one of the next-gen consoles, if you haven't already.
The PlayStation 4 will get games like Driveclub and LittleBigPlanet 3 but that's about it. In looking at Destiny , we're arguably talking about the game that will outsell every other this year – yes, including Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ; don't be surprised if this happens – and as such, hardware sales should get a big boost. Now, it has been well-documented that the PS4 version of Destiny is the one to get; it will have exclusive content and of course, there's that very pretty Destiny system bundle .
Gamers who do their homework know all about this, and they have their reasons for waiting to buy a next-gen machine. Not only is Destiny one of the first true "next-gen" titles – in the eyes of many – but it also kicks off the fall rush. Core gamers are going to want the PS4 for the holiday season, and Destiny is a fantastic excuse to hop aboard the next-gen bandwagon. Therefore, considering all this, it seems perfectly feasible that a lot of consumers are waiting on Bungie's blockbuster before taking the PS4 plunge.