Jak and Daxter games are coming to PS4

by Edgar Hayes April 4, 2017, 1:40
Jak and Daxter games are coming to PS4

A specific launch date for the Jak and Daxter re-releases wasn't mentioned, though Sony did release a brief trailer to add emphasis on the upcoming PS2 Classic launches.

These include Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak 2, Jak 3 and Jak X: Combat Racing.

In addition to trophy support and HD upscaling, all of these will offer support for Share Play, Remote Play, and Activity Feeds through PSN. The issue with those games is either they are not developed by Naughty Dog or Naughty Dog simply doesn't want to "up-render" PSP games.

Jak and Daxter are back, and they're coming for your wallet. Those games were Jak II, Jak 3, and Jak X: Combat Racing.

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Stay tuned to Gameranx for more updates on the Jak and Daxter series. There also won't be a physical release, so the only way you'll be able to get them is through the PlayStation Store as PS2 Classics.

For our thoughts on the Jak and Daxter HD Collection, which released for PlayStation 3 in 2012, check out IGN's review. Longtime fans can relive their fond memories with the franchise, while fresh beginners embark on an incredible adventure with Jak and Daxter for the first time.

Sony didn't give prices or Trophy details for any of the games today, so stay tuned for more information as it arrives later this year.

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