Available now for the PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation 3.
Carmelita also confirmed as playable
Developer Sanzaru has been lovingly working on the Sly’s first foray on the PS3 for quite some time. Announced last year, the Cooper gang’s next adventure will take the misfit group through the ages and apparently onto Sony’s latest handheld device, the Vita, as well.
A release window has been announced for the return of Sly.
Sony has told Game Informer that the fourth installment in the Sly Cooper series will be released this fall. Sly Cooper Thieves in Time is being developed by Sanzaru Games, who handled the HD Collection of the series and not Sucker Punch Productions, the original developer of the franchise.
Nathan Drake can retire at any point now.
Uncharted 3 has had impressive sales numbers since its release and we now have some details about the numbers the series has sold as a whole. The Uncharted franchise, since its start in 2007, has shipped over 13 million copies worldwide. This makes the series one of the most popular new IPs of the console generation.
You won't be getting your PS Move mini games if you download.
About two weeks ago, Sony announced that The Sly Collection would be available on the PSN and now some more details are coming in before its release tomorrow. The three games will be $10 each, will be in 720p widescreen display, have 3D support, trophy support, and will run at 60 fps.
Now they can be bought individually.
Fans of the Sly Cooper franchise were delighted when The Sly Collection came to retail. It featured the three PlayStation 2 games remastered in HD and with Trophy support among other features, some hidden from players up until that point. Well, if you haven't picked up the collection yet, here's another way to get your Cooper fix.
The fourth title in the series will be released on the PlayStation 3 in 2012.
No details were given on the game, but a short cinematic trailer was shown depicting Dimitri impersonating Sly Cooper. When the trailer becomes available, we'll post it here.