Concept art for 2012’s undeveloped Jak 4 surfaces
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Concept art for 2012’s undeveloped Jak 4 surfaces


Concept art for an undeveloped Jak and Daxter game has recently been shared with the internet.

Scribble Pad Studios, a studio that develops concept art for developers like Naughty Dog and publishers like EA and Activision, shared the work on its ArtStation page. The studio’s Creative Director, James Paick, has worked at Naughty Dog as a concept artist in the past.

The images below were conceptualised for a game that was to be titled Jak 4 or Jak and Daxter 4. As you can see, the game was to look more real-to-life than ever before.

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The game was conceptualised back in 2012 before work began on The Last of Us.

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