Gaming fans rejoice! Naughty Dog is planning to reintroduce a classic PlayStation 1 game as Crash Bandicoot makes his way to the next generation console, PS4.
According to reports from MotoringCrunch, Naughty Dog is planning on creating several games for the PS4. These games include a Crash Bandicoot reboot, The Last of US 2, Uncharted 4, and a new Jak and Daxter game.
“We definitely have another project on the scale of Uncharted in very early pre-production stages,” said Naughty Dog’s Evan Wells to the magazine. “We have the sizable team that it takes to get something like that off of the ground, but it’s got a long runway in front of it. We have a lot of great ideas and some stuff that is already getting everybody jazzed and excited. So, it’s a long way off before we can really start talking about it in detail.”
So far, Uncharted 4 is one of the games that Sony and Naughty introduced in E3 2014 and is currently being developed by The Last of Us leads Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann.
Crash Bandicoot was one of Naughty Dogs first breakthrough games in the first PlayStation console back in 1996. Crash Bandicoot is an adventure-platforming game that follows the adventures of an anthropomorphic bandicoot named Crash whose quiet, and simple life is often interrupted by the mad scientist Dr. Neo Cortex as he aspires to rule the world and it’s up to Crash and his friends to stop his sinister schemes.
The game has spawned many sequels and spin-off titles such as Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot: Warped, Crash Team Racing, Crash Nitro Kart, Crash Bash and many more.
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