Sony has announced that the Jak & Daxter trilogy will be joining the ranks of PS2 Classics on PS4 in 2017.
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, Jak III, and Jak X: Combat Racing will be available to downloaded for Sony’s flagship home console via the PlayStation Store at some point this year.
Jak and Daxter remastered for PS4
All four titles will be remastered in high-definition at 1080p for the PS4 and come complete with full Trophy support. In addition, new features such as Sharply, Remote Play, and Activity Feeds will also be introduced. Jak X won’t support online features, but you can still play against each other via split-screen multiplayer.
“Longtime fans and new players alike can experience the incredible exploits of Jak and Daxter as the duo sets out to explore ancient lands and unravel the mysteries of the Precursors,” wrote Sony on the EU PlayStation Blog.
Developed by Naughty Dog, Jak & Daxter was first released on the PS2 back in December 2001. The sequel followed in 2003 with Jak III releasing the following year, while Jak X arrived in 2005 and is to date the final entry in the series to be produced by Naughty Dog. The series then saw a series of spin-off titles such as Daxter and The Lost Frontier, which were developed by other teams.
Mass Media Inc. worked on a re-release of the original trilogy for PS3 and PS Vita back in 2012, known as the Jak and Daxter Collection in the U.S. and The Jak and Daxter Trilogy in Europe. The dynamic duo also had appearances in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale and PlayStation Move Heroes, with the platforming series having sold over 15 million copies worldwide.
Check out the Jak & Daxter PS4 trailer below.