PS5 remasters of the two most recent series entries, 2016’s Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and 2017’s standalone expansion Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, will be released on Friday.
“I think we can say for certain that we can never say never,” said Margenau, who also served as lead cinematic animator on Uncharted 4.
“Yeah. Uncharted is a franchise we love – that the studio loves, I love, and [Uncharted 4 co-lead designer] Kurt loves,” he added. “It’s a world we want to see more of. So I can certainly say that.”
The PS5 remasters will be released in the form of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, which costs $49.99 / £44.99 / €49.99.
Owners of Uncharted 4, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy or the digital bundle containing both games will be able to upgrade to the PS5 release for $10 / £10 / €10 at launch and carry over their save data and trophies.
VGC’s Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection review said “Naughty Dog’s first outing on the PlayStation 5 is an incredibly strong one, and only makes us even more excited for what it has coming next, and what it will be able to do with this technology.”
Naughty Dog is known to be developing its “first standalone multiplayer game”, which could be the result of The Last of Us Part 2’s delayed online mode having been expanded into its own title.
It was recently claimed that a PS5 remake of the original The Last of Us is nearing completion and could be released in the second half of 2022, and that a The Last of Us Part 2 Director’s Cut is in the works too.