Celebrating Jak and Daxter and Worthy Causes

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This year, we’re celebrating Naughty Dog’s 35th anniversary, and as we look back at the games we’ve made, the Jak and Daxter series holds a special place in our history. From the original Jak and Daxter to Jak X: Combat Racing, each game allowed us to try new ideas and evolve and grow as developers.

Over the last year, we’ve been thrilled to team up with Limited Run Games to preserve the original classics as physical releases for the PlayStation 4. The response from Jak fans has been incredible with Collector’s Editions selling out within hours and the Standard Editions within the first week.

However, we wanted to use this opportunity to not only celebrate the Jak franchise, but to support causes we believe in. Today, I’m excited to announce that we will donate all money received by Naughty Dog from Limited Run Games’ sales of Jak and Daxter, Jak 2, Jak 3, and Jak X: Combat Racing to several incredible charitable organizations.

  • K9 for Warriors
  • Child’s Play
  • Surfrider Foundation
  • LGBT Center of Los Angeles
  • Able Gamers
  • DAGERS

We’re proud to lend our support to these groups advocating and advancing important work for accessibility, environmental conservation, veterans, the LGBTQ+ community, hunger, and children’s hospitals.

This wouldn’t be possible without you — our amazing fans — or our partners at Sony Interactive Entertainment and Limited Run Games, who have championed and supported this vision from the beginning.

Thank you!

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