Uncharted 4 May Use New Graphics Rendering Tech, Dev Working On Tools & New Gameplay Features
Naughty Dog are planning to implement new gameplay mechanics and graphics tech in Uncharted 4.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is shaping up to be a spectacular looking title and even though there is quite a bit work ahead for Naughty Dog to achieve the standards set by the E3 2014 teaser, we can be rest assured that Naughty Dog will be pushing their hardest to achieve maximum fidelity on PS4.
Job Listings on game companies give us a fair idea on what game developers are trying to achieve and it seems that Naughty Dog are planning to push Uncharted 4 with industry defining visuals. One job listing on Naughty Dog’s official site states that they are looking for a programmer who will “develop and implement new and existing rendering techniques” and “implement efficient and stunning industry defining visuals.”
Furthermore, they are also looking to improve performance of their game development tools for which they are looking for “artists and designers to ensure tools are functioning properly.” It seems that graphics is not the only department Naughty Dog will be pushing for as they are looking for a Gameplay Programmer that will “bring ideas and new gameplay features into the game by programming content like player movement, animation, AI, weapons and scripting.”
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will release exclusively on the PlayStation 4 in 2015.