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Naughty Dog Teases PlayStation 4 Project

Posted on Tuesday, October 8 @ 13:14:02 PST by Alex_Osborn
A Naughty Dog-developed game for PlayStation 4 is an inevitability, despite the fact that the studio has yet to make any sort of official game announcement.

In an effort to drum up excitement for what's next, creative director Neil Druckman posted a tease on Twitter, hinting that something new is currently in the works for Sony's next-gen console. The aforementioned tweet contains a photo of all four PlayStation consoles (below) along with the description: "Our new display case is getting filled out. Let's see... One, two, three, four."
 

What do you think Naughty Dog's first title will be for PlayStation 4, and... more importantly, what do you want the studio's first title to be for the sleek new Sony box? My guess is that they're working on Uncharted 4, but my secret hope is that Jak 4 is actually in development.

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