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'The Last of Us' PS4 multiplayer, 'Crash Bandicoot' and 'Uncharted' discussed

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Erin Daly and Quentin Cobb have further commented on the upcoming PS4 video game, "The Last of Us Remastered." According to a report from Dual Shockers on May 9, the pair hosted an "Ask Me Anything" session on Reddit. Several fans wanted to know if their multiplayer progress can be transferred from the PS3 to the PS4.

The duo confirmed that it won't be possible in "The Last of Us Remastered." However, players using the same account for "The Last of Us" on the PS3 as well as the upcoming PS4 port while playing multiplayer should get a supply bonus. Furthermore, the next-generation version should already be updated with the No Parties and Parties Allowed play lists.

The pair also compared the multiplayer modes of "The Last of Us" to the "Uncharted" games. The online modes in "Uncharted" are described as more "fast-paced" and "twitchy." On the other hand, the multiplayer in "The Last of Us" is more reflective of the slower-paced campaign mode. As a result, players have to be more stealthy and sneak around the map.

Finally, a fan wanted to know if the main character from the "Crash Bandicoot" series would be made playable in "The Last of Us." Quentin Cobb stated that it is not feasible due to Activision owning the intellectual property. Naughty Dog developed the first three mainline games of the platforming franchise in addition to the popular arcade racing spin-off, "Crash Team Racing."

After working on the "Crash Bandicoot" video games for the PS1, the development team moved on to develop four "Jak" titles for the PS2 in addition to "The Last of Us" and "Uncharted" products for the PS3. For the next-generation system, Naughty Dog appears to be focused on the two intellectual properties that were created on the current-generation console. The box art for "The Last of Us Remastered," which is coming out in the summer, from the official Playstation Twitter page can be seen near the top of this article.

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