We're already getting a high-definition remake of the original Oddworld .
But developer Just Add Water doesn't want to stop there. Franchise creator Lorne Lanning told Eurogamer at this year's Game Developers Conference that he'd also like to see a PlayStation 4 version of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath .
Initially released exclusively on the Xbox in 2005, Stranger's Wrath was more of an action/platformer, while the first Oddworld titles on PlayStation were heavily invested in puzzles. I definitely prefer the latter but Stranger's Wrath did get some decent press; it was re-released in high-def form on the PS3 and Vita, by the way. The PS4 version, however, would boast "some new dynamics."
This is all a wait-and-see scenario, though, as is the upcoming Oddworld: New 'n Tasty , which needs to sell at least 250,000 copies to fuel more high-def overhauls.