Neil Druckmann Asserts Naughty Dog Won’t Be Limited to ‘The Last of Us’ Forever, Announces Multiple Single-Player Projects in the Works

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Naughty Dog will not be The Last of Us workshop permanently, according to workshop head of stateNeil Druckmann He informed the LA Times this in a brand-new meeting, which is where he likewise claimed the workshop has numerous single-player jobs in growth, as reported by VideoGamesChronicle

“I promise you, we will not be The Last of Us studio forever,” Druckmann claimed, exposing the group is working with “multiple single-player projects.” He proceeded, including, “We create experiences that are steeped in story and characters, especially relationships. The stories have some sort of philosophical core that everything is going to revolve around and feed into.”

Elsewhere in the meeting, Druckmann informed the LA Times he created the concept regarding a guy and a lady going across a post-apocalyptic landscape– the property of The Last of Us– in university. He intended to obtain that tale out of his head eventually as a comic. Even after obtaining employed at Naughty Dog, he really did not raise this tale to the workshop, he claimed. Instead, he was offered the job of recreating Jak and Daxter right into “something more reality-based,” the magazine composes.

However, he and those on the job were battling. They mosted likely to Naughty Dog’s then-president Evan Wells, that retired in 2015, and asked, “Do we need to do Jak and Daxter?” Wells claimed no, and Druckmann informed the LA Times, “Immediately the lightbulb went off” as the moment of what would certainly come to be The Last of Us had actually gotten here. And the remainder is background.

This meeting adheres to Druckmann’s current meeting with PlayStation, which led to a public answer of the meeting by Druckmann, with him asserting he was greatly exaggerated, andPlayStation eventually pulling the interview down completely

Word of numerous single-player jobs in growth at Naughty Dog adheres to information from last December whereNaughty Dog canceled its Last of Us live-service multiplayer project after years of development

For a lot more, review Game Informer’s review of The Last of Us and after that reviewour review of The Last of Us Part II After that, reviewour impressions of Naughty Dog’s remake of The Last of Us

[Source: LA Times via VideoGamesChronicle]

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