Uncharted 4 "Raises the Bar," Quantum Break Dev Says

"Hell yeah! Thanks!" Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann says in response.

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Lots of new footage and impressions for Naughty Dog's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End came online today, and one developer that's spoken out to praise the PlayStation 4 game is Quantum Break studio Remedy Entertainment. Marketing director Thomas Puha started things off with a tweet directed at Arne Meyer of Naughty Dog in which he explains the team at Remedy has been "stunned" by A Thief's End.

Remedy creative director Sam Lake tweeted a picture of himself holding a signed copy of Quantum Break (which comes out on April 5) that he plans to send to Naughty Dog. "Neil, thank you for raising the bar and for inspiration," Lake wrote on the cover to Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann, the director of A Thief's End.

Druckmann responded, saying, "Hell yeah! Thanks!"

As DualShockers points out, developers from Remedy recently visited Naughty Dog's offices in a move that caught some attention due to the fact that they are making games for competing platforms. Naughty Dog also plans to send a copy of A Thief's End to Remedy when the game launches in May.

For lots more on A Thief's End, you can check out GameSpot's just-published hands-on preview, "How The Last of Us Made Uncharted 4 a Better Game."

You can also check out GameSpot's interview with Druckmann, writer Josh Scherr, and lead designer Ricky Cambier. In the interview, the developers talk about saying goodbye to Nathan Drake and the Uncharted series, A Thief's End's stealth elements, and a lot more.

For more on Quantum Break, which arrives tomorrow for Xbox One and PC, you can read GameSpot's review and this roundup to see what other critics are saying.

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