We’re officially under one month away from the release of the PlayStation 4, which will be released starting on November 15 in the U.S. We can certainly feel the excitement for the next generation of video game consoles to finally be released here in the Ubergizmo offices, and apparently so can Sony as they have already started offering pre-orders of PlayStation 4 games through the PlayStation Network.

As of this writing, only two PlayStation 4 games are currently available for pre-order: Knack and Warframe. Both pre-orders are for the digital version of each game, so don’t go expecting your pre-orders to get you a physical version of either game. If you were planning on purchasing either game for the PlayStation 4, you can head over to either the Sony Entertainment Network store or PlayStation Network on your PlayStation 3.

Sony’s official PlayStation Twitter account announced both Knack and Warframe would be the first PlayStation 4 games available for pre-order, with more titles coming in the coming weeks. So if you’re picking up a PS4 and prefer to play digital versions of your games, then you might want to keep an eye out to see what games Sony makes available for pre-order next.

Knack is available for $59.99 while Warframe is available for free.

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