Jak and Daxter Coming to PlayStation 4

All four of Naughty Dog’s Jak and Daxter games are coming to PlayStation 4 as PS2 Classics.

Every single one of Naughty Dog’s polarising Jak and Daxter games is being released on Playstation 4 as PS2 Classics. This comes at a time where Playstation are finally starting to dish out fan service as the long time purists howl for classics – with the Crash Remastering on the way as well.

Unlike the Crash Remastering however, Playstation are not just bringing the trilogy of Jak and Daxter – but also Jak X: Combat Racing. This means that Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jack II, Jak 3 and the racing spin-off will all be available to download off the PlayStation store later this year.

The games will, of course, all have trophy support and come with a slick 1080p graphical upgrade. Making them the definite versions to play. As it’s on PlayStation – you’ll have your usual Remote Play, Share Play and activity feed support also.

Jak and Daxter Coming to PS4

Unfortunately, pricing details are yet to be revealed – as is a set-in-stone release date.

It will be the first time that Jak X has resurfaced on anything other than a PS2. A long time coming for fans of the 2005 classic. The game will not feature any online functionality – but split screen play will be available. Granting anyone who had the pleasure of owning the game over ten years ago a real nostalgia trip.

All of the original modes are back on the remaster – with adventure and exhibition being the highlights. Watch out for more Jak and Daxter news right here at theZombiechimp.

Kurt John

Kurt is studying Journalism in the sunny seaside town of Falmouth, situated in Cornwall. In between nosing out the latest news stories – he’s getting lost in story driven indie titles, studying game soundtracks but is still recovering from the ending of Mass Effect.

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