Double Fine's Tim Schafer currently has his developers digging around under the hood of the PlayStation 4. In an interview with the Official PlayStation Magazine at PAX East, he mentioned that he's been talking with Sony. He wasn't able to say much, though, because of those annoying little legal issues that come with nondisclosure agreements.
Though, Schafer was able to talk about Sony’s new approach to developers:
"Yeah, I mean it’s not that hard to win over developers because all we want is to be treated with just a little bit of reason. Because often you just get told the most unreasonable, crazy things and you’re like ‘really? That’s how you’re going to treat us?’ Just doing things like letting us patch our games when we want to, put our games on sale and release our games in territories that they should be released in – just doing a few things like that can make a developer very enamored of you."
I’m sure we’ll see plenty of Double Fine titles on the PS4, but it'll be interesting to see if their games take advantage of the console's features.