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‘Uncharted’ PS4 information coming in 2014, Naughty Dog confirms

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Naughty Dog has published their annual holiday greeting to fans and this year it shares new information on what to expect from the company in 2014. According to a report on DualShockers from Dec. 13, Naughty Dog will be making announcements and providing new information for Uncharted PS4 and The Last of Us: Left Behind downloadable content next year. The company promises to reveal more material on upcoming projects in 2014.

Currently, Uncharted PS4 and The Last of Us: Left Behind are the only known projects going on at Naughty Dog. Find the company’s full statement below:

Once 2014 hits we’ll start frequently rolling out fresh news and information about all our upcoming projects over on the PlayStation blog and here on the Naughty Dog blog so make sure to visit frequently.

In addition to Uncharted and The Last of Us, Naughty Dog says the 2014 is a “very special time” for the company and they will detail why in early 2014. Find the company’s official comment below:

2014 marks a very special time in Naughty Dog’s history and we’ll have more information about what that means early next year.

Founded in 1989, Naughty Dog will celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2014. Understandably, this is a special time for the company. Naughty Dog rose to fame with the Crash Bandicoot franchise, which released on PlayStation.

Having developed the two of the PS3’s premiere IPs with Uncharted and The Last of Us, it will be interesting to see how Naughty Dog celebrates their anniversary in 2014.


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