Uncharted 4 Dev Comments On Crash Bandicoot for PS4, Uncharted Collection, New TLOU: Remastered DLC At PSX & More
Yesterday, Naughty Dog held a Q&A session of Twitch and spoken about numerous interesting topics for example “whether second team at Naughty Dog will work on Crash Bandicoot, Uncharted Collection for Ps 4 at 1080p/60 FPS, Uncharted 4, completely new All of the Us DLC” and much more things.
When requested whether Crash Bandicoot will return Ps (Ps 4)? Naughty Dog responded: “unlikely. Activision owns Crash”. Whenever a fan leaped in mentioned: “Seriously Eric don’t fool us. Everyone knows the 2nd team is focusing on Crash”, Naughty Dog responded: “hahahahahahaha. ha. ha. ha.”
The conversation then gone to live in Uncharted Collection for Ps 4 at 1080p/60 FPS. Naughty Dog managed to get pretty obvious that there is nothing brewing in connection with this in the studio.
“Nothing brewing for Uncharted collection” stated Naughty Dog
In addition, Naughty Dog confirmed that the completely new DLC during the last people: Remastered is going to be playable at approaching Ps Experience event (may also be readily available for PS3 form of All of the Us). The developer also clarified this approaching DLC will not fall in Season Pass, and players will need to got it individually because:
“the growing season pass ended a lengthy some time back. We delivered greater than we guaranteed within the season pass.”
Lastly, Naughty Dog announced that “MayBe” a completely new patch during the last people: Remastered might get to future.
Note: Naughty Dog declined to discuss all queries about Uncharted 4: A Thief’s Finish.
It might be interesting to determine just what Naughty Dog have available during the last people fans with this particular new DLC (most likely it could provide a way to avoid it to some storyline on follow up or at best make a base for this). Also, like a Uncharted series fans i must see Uncharted HD Collection for Ps 4 at 1080p/60 FPS with an exclusive use of “Uncharted 4” beta (like the one Microsoft offered with Halo: The Actual Chief Collection).