(Rumor)(spoilers) this Possible UC4 Easter Egg oh boy

Verendus teased some stuff too, right? The guy behind the FF7 Remake rumors?

I can't find anything related to Crash at the moment but going by GAF, he did tease Crash's return as well.

And Gopher called this year's E3, "Year of Dreams II".
 
Just to re-confirm things, Crash is featured prominently twice in the campaign and there is no sign of Activision anywhere. I am very sure this means Sony has Crash back. Id be really impressed if Naughty Dog would wrk in it themselves. Doesn't have to be a big disc title.
 
Tomorrow is the embargo foi spoilery discussions, this will prob become huge news with big portals posting all over the web

The reddit guy also said the next TLOU will feature Ellie in her mid 20s a few days ago which I totally can see happening.
By the comments you can also imply that he talked about a ''Naughty Dog unnamed space game''

Savage Starlight hype
 
Just to re-confirm things, Crash is featured prominently twice in the campaign and there is no sign of Activision anywhere. I am very sure this means Sony has Crash back. Id be really impressed if Naughty Dog would wrk in it themselves. Doesn't have to be a big disc title.
Someone recheck the credits, maybe Activision was in black font.
 
Tomorrow is the embargo foi spoilery discussions, this will prob become huge news with big portals posting all over the web



By the comments you can also imply that he talked about a ''Naughty Dog unnamed space game''

Savage Starlight hype
Savage Starlight poster is in the game, I think I remember seeing it.
 
Quoting myself from another thread:

The trademark database still shows that Acti owns it, and unless Sony wanted a surprise to be outright confirmed, it wouldn't really make sense for them to transfer the trademark until after something new is announced, otherwise it'll just be spoiled. Plus, I see a lot of titles not just from Sony, but from other pubs, not get trademarked until after they're announced anyway, so I don't see why the same isn't possible with a transfer of rights.

To get my point across further, Microsoft announced it acquired Gears of War from Epic Games on January 27, 2014. According to the EU trademark database, there wasn't a transfer of ownership until February 20.