According to Yoshida, almost 50% of PlayStation 4 owners did not have a PlayStation 3, so remasters act as a great way to show them what they may have missed and welcome them back to the world of PlayStation. Speaking to Eurogamer, he said, “There are requests from some consumers for games that were released later in the generation, like Uncharted, which people might have missed. That would be a good candidate."
However, he quelled anticipation that every PlayStation 3 release would be ported to the next-gen as he said. “We don't want to flood the market with remade games either." We have already seen the likes of Thatgamecompany’s Flow and Flower, while The Last of Us: Remastered will arrive on PlayStation 4 later this month.
A PlayStation 4 Uncharted collection would make sense, as it’s one of the core PlayStation franchises, plus the next in the series is a numbered title and continues the story of Nathan Drake, unlike the recent release of Infamous: Second Son, for example, which players could pick up with no prior knowledge of the series.