Earlier this week, we got to see a new look at Naughty Dog's latest PS4 exclusive –Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. Like many, you were probably amazed at how far the Uncharted series came and wondered how much further could Naughty Dog go?
Well, in a recent interview with DualShockers, Lead Designer Ricky Cambier, said that as surprised as he was with the graphical fidelity of the game, he believes that Naughty Dog could squeeze even more out of the PS4.
“There are definitely areas that I can see that we will be able to do better things already, after this. You know, we have some really smart programmers at Naughty Dog, and I’m always pretty surprised of what they can do.
I think it was easier to get things up and at a certain level here, and we have some ideas that we’ll work on in the future.
I have a hard time seeing that it will take the same evolutionary jump as you know… the difference between the first Uncharted versus The Last of Us is enormous. But there is no doubt that the next thing we do, we’re gonna get even more out of that PlayStation.”
As for their next game, that still remains a mystery. It could possibly be a sequel to the critically acclaimed The Last of Us, which wouldn't be the first we've heard talk of the sequel.
Last year, voice actor Nolan North, the voice of David in the game, also slipped up and said Naughty Dog was working on The Last of Us 2; however, Troy Baker, who played Joel in the game, quickly shot down rumors by claiming he "knows nothing" about a sequel.
For Naughty Dog's part, the developer has been open to a sequel and have even acknowledged they've kicked around a few ideas for a potential sequel. What would you like to see? A sequel to The Last of Us or a follow up to Uncharted 4? Let us know in the comments below!
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is set to release exclusively for PS4 on May 10.