Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart approves of Jax & Daxter, Sly Cooper and other PlayStation productions.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is officially releasing today! Exclusive to PlayStation 5, Sony’s new flagship console, lombax and robots are back for this new next-gen opus, after a very successful reboot in 2016, now available for free in 60 FPS. As a PS5 exclusive, Insomniac Games was able to leverage the power of Sony’s new hardware, and offer Graphic experience worthy of Pixar production. An impressive result that will not leave you indifferent. But the Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart also offers several Easter eggs and addresses Nods to other historic PlayStation productions.
Warning, the following article contains spoilers for Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.
Ratchet & Clank: PlayStation items and characters from another dimension, in addition to the Rift
The developers of Insomniac Games have apparently paid tribute to their partners at PlayStation Studios. The studio has actually introduced in Ratchet and Clank: Rift, in addition to Easter eggs exclusively from Jack & Daxter and Sly Cooper. one of the weapons of the game, RYNO 8, allows objects to be revealed from other dimensions. These random objects crash to the ground and do damage to nearby enemies.
These items are mostly trivial, but some are directly linked to PlayStation Productions. And for good reason, it’s possible to reveal… Jack and Sly Cooper themselves! A fun sign that pays homage to the stories of the PlayStation brand. but that’s not all. It’s also possible to reveal some of Horizon Zero Dawn’s enemies, including the new creation in preparation for Guerrilla Games, but also Uncharted 4’s Jeep, which will be coming to PC soon.
Ratchet and Clank alone are strong representatives of the PlayStation brand. With the first game released in 2002, The series will soon celebrate its 20th anniversary. The two characters from Insomniac Games are the only “living” PlayStation mascots in their class. Indeed, in the 2000s, there were sagas with the Ratchet & Clank series. Jake and Dexter and Sly Cooper, developed by naughty Dog, the studio in charge of The Last of Us and Uncharted, which will soon be adapted into series and film, respectively, and Sucker Punch Productions, who recently released the much-loved Ghost of Tsushima, which will also be seen on the big screen.