5 Most Wanted PS4 Games that Will Never be Reissued

Sony announced back in 2020 that they would no longer reissue games from their library after December 31st, 2020. This meant that those best online casino games would cease to be available for sale for the then next-gen console, the PS5. As you may already know some of them never came back. Here are some of the most wanted PS4 titles that Sony hasn’t confirmed whether they’ll ever be released again.

1) The Last Guardian

The Last Guardian was announced by SCE Japan Studio at E3 2010 and it was a big hit. However, we haven’t seen or heard anything about this game since 2013 when it had its release date canceled. The developers said back then that there were complications with the IP rights ownership which is why the title wasn’t being made anymore.

2) Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

This game was announced by Naughty Dog back in 2015 during the PlayStation Experience event. It looked amazing too but like most good things, it ended up getting delayed. We wouldn’t find out if it will actually come back until 2019 when fans voted on what they want to appear on the PS4. In fact, we still don’t know if there will be any more Uncharted releases.

3) Knack 2

Knack 2 was announced as part of the PS4 launch lineup back in 2014. Players loved the first top online casino game but unfortunately, it didn’t do well commercially. There have been rumors saying that this sequel might not even be coming out though. If there is a Knack 3, it won’t be because of bad sales but rather the creators wanting to move on to something else.

4) Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy

Crash Bandicoot originally came out way back in 1996, so gamers really weren’t expecting another one. When Activision announced this remaster back in 2017, it took everyone by surprise. It would become the best-selling collection of all time.  Fans might get lucky and see him return in an unexpected project someday.

5) Gran Turismo Sport

Gran Turismo became an iconic series when it came out in 2008. Many players loved racing in a realistic setting. Even though it received mixed reviews, it did extremely well critically and commercially. Since then, it hasn’t gotten any sequels…

 

The Bottom Line

While many game developers seem to think the real money is in sticking with the classics, many popular franchises (like Tomb Raider, Uncharted, Batman, etc.) continue to generate new and exciting content. Sometimes, newer isn’t necessarily better – especially if it means losing access to other great franchises. So instead of holding your breath for a certain PS4 game to return, try waiting a few months before preordering.

 

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