Naughty Dog will take it to the ‘next level’ with the PS4

If their previous games are anything to go by, one should expect awesomeness soon.

Posted By | On 07th, May. 2013 Under Article, News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

It’s no secret that Naughty Dog have been in the fore-front of PlayStation development. If you look at their pedigree of games, they are one of the main reasons why the PlayStation became a household name. With franchises like Jak and Daxter and Uncharted, things can’t possibly go wrong.

Andrew Gavin, one of the co-founders of Naughty Dog had left the company just before the first Uncharted. He believes that with new console hardware (PS4), Naughty Dog will keep taking it’s games to the next level.

In fact, it is widely rumored that Naughty Dog are already working or atleast experimenting with the PS4. We had earlier reported that their game assets are ready for the PlayStation 4. Last year we had reports that Uncharted 4 is in development. So something is definitely happening behind closed doors at Naughty Dog.

Andrew Gavin further believes that with more processing power at hand, there will not only be a huge leap in graphics but also certain gameplay mechanics like an increase in enemy numbers on screen will also be possible. “I think the studio will just keep taking it to the next level. Uncharted 3 and The Last Of Us already look so good it’s hard to imagine where there is to go. I expect not only will things look even more real, but the machines will have the power to include more enemies on-screen,” he said to OPM.

If Quantic Dream’s PS4 demo was anything to go by, the future for PlayStation 4 games looks bright. There are also reports that multi-platform games will looking better on the PS4. So far Sony is taking the right steps with the PS4 and we can’t wait to know what Naughty Dog is working on for the PS4.

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