We don’t know what Naughty Dog’s next PlayStation 4 game after Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will be, but according to Lead Designer Ricky Cambier, they’ll get more out of the system with it.
“There are definitely areas that I can see that we will be able to do better things already, after this,” Cambier told DualShockers, adding that they have smart programmers at Naughty Dog. “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,” he continued.
While he has a hard time seeing the same jump Naughty Dog had between Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune and The Last of Us, Cambier says, “There is no doubt that the next thing we do, we’re gonna get even more out of that PlayStation.”
Sony released an extended look at Uncharted 4 yesterday, and shortly afterwards, Digital Foundry did their own analysis on it:
While Digital Foundry wanted to do a frame-rate test (they note that the game appears to be running at a stable 30fps in the video), only the compressed file was available, so it wouldn’t have been accurate enough for a full analysis.