The Game Fanatics: Seventeen PS4 games are confirmed to be in development, and none of the titles in this video are on that magical list.
The last guardian is probably gonna be on the PS4. (Yes I still have hope that it will come out) gran Turismo 6 was basically confirmed for the PS3 a few weeks ago when one of the executives accidently named GT6 as one of the last PS3 games we would be getting. So that won't be for PS4. And since it's been comfirmed that bend studios will be making a game for the PS4, and since they made Uncharted: GA, I think they're gonna make uncharted 4 too. I don't see naughty dog continuing uncharted. You could tell by U3, they were getting bored of the franchise. I would actually say its more likely to see a Jak 4 by ND than an Uncharted 4 by ND. I'm not saying there won't be an Uncharted 4, of course there will, it's one of Sony's biggest franchises, but I'm just saying its pretty unlikely it'll be made by ND. Because after all, they love to make new IPs..
You could tell Naughty Dog was bored with uncharted 3? What the lol! How are you gonna sit here and make that assumption? Seriously? Yes, I know the usual vocal internet crowd was somewhat disappointed with Uncharted 3, after coming off the masterpiece Uncharted 2, you're really trying to connect dots for no reason.
The dots are all there dude. They're gonna have two IP's on one console. They've never done that before. And I would even say Uncharted 3 was a step-back from Uncharted 2. And for the most part, a lot of people would agree with me on that. Plus not to mention, Naughty Dog always create a new IP for every Playstation console. I mean, I love Uncharted as much as the next guy, but ND are too talented of developers to stay on that one franchise. And just look at interviews from ND about The Last Of Us compared to Uncharted 3. They seem way more excited for TLOU. I never said my assumption was fact. But it is a likely possibility.
I'd love to see a Jak 4 or anything else made by ND. But i hate the assumption that ND are exclusive to one franchise per gen. With Crash they didn't have a choice but to stop, and the Jak series ended perfectly with Jak 3. But you seriously think ND should just dump the Uncharted franchise on the curb because a sequel didn't surpass it's predecessor in terms of "non-boringness" or because the Ps4 is on the horizon? After all the loose ends in Uncharted 3 and all the possible places to explore with good ol' Nathan Sullivan (Is it safe to say that?) i'd hate for ND to drop the ip altogether.
Except ND has never had 2 teams before. So making a 2nd IP on a console wouldnt be a bad thing.
Having the ability/possibility to make another new IP and being noticeably "bored" with Uncharted are 2 different things, and to say these people you don't even know and have never worked with are bored with it is just a baseless assumption, opinion or not. And Uncharted 3 was in no way a step back. It just wasn't that jump forward that everyone wanted. People were [rightfully] spoiled after Uncharted 2.
Syphon Filter 4 by sony bend!!!!!
lol You are kinda excited. :)
God of War IV - Revealed at E3 2015 - Release date: March 2016. SSM new IP - Revealed at E3 2013 - Release date: Probably Q3/4 2014. Uncharted 4, GT6, LittleBigPlanet 3 will come eventually. The Last Guardian will be a PS4 release now. Agent? Eight Days? More new IPs? As well as the PS4 games already announced PS4 will be THE console to own next generation, can't wait!
They aren't going to make Uncharted 4, they will make new IPs with new consoles. But I might see a Last of Us 2 on PS4 since it is new.
With 2 teams Naughty Dog can easily create a new IP for the ps4 and keep uncharted going, even go back and forth and make uncharted 4 then the last of us 2 and then jak4 and still keep up with a new IP since there are 2 teams now,That's what I wanna see
Someone smoking that crack??? N.D. Is going to make another Uncharted.
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