A feature that would allow retail Xbox One units to become developer kits is no longer planned, according to Microsoft.
Xbox Advanced Technology Group's Martin Fuller said there are "no plans" for the feature, which would allow developers to debug and create games without additional Microsoft-supplied hardware that was introduced alongside Microsoft's ID@Xbox scheme last August.
"Almost 50 per cent of people who have purchased a PS4 didn't own a PS3, and that's lots of people that missed exclusive PS3 titles like The Last of Us, so it's a great way to welcome those people back to PlayStation, saying this is what you missed."
There are other ways Sony is allowing PS4 owners to catch up on the PlayStation back catalogue - such as PlayStation Now, the streaming service that's going into beta this summer - but are there other remasters that offer 1080p, 60fps experiences being considered?
"There are requests from some consumers for games that were released later in the generation, like Uncharted, which people might have missed," says Yoshida. "That would be a good candidate. We don't want to flood the market with remade games either."
Since Yoshida controls Sony WWS and he states that they shouldn't flood the market with remade games I don't think they will go crazy with this trend but will do it with games that make sense. Uncharted IMO makes sense.