Naughty Dog is known for several franchises, the latest being Anonymous And The last of us. Co-chair Neil Druckmann recently spoke out about the two, noting that they have steered clear of the former, while leaving the door open for the latter.
In an interview with BuzzFeedDruckmann said so multiplayer The last of us Game It’s another entry in a sense because it has a new story and cast of characters and even called it “another chapter in the universe.” But for the most appropriate The Last of Us Part ThreeIn Exclaim!, Druckmann spoke of how much the team influenced Sony and that there wasn’t “all that pressure” to make a follow-up.
“All I can say is, at Naughty Dog, we are very fortunate that our publisher is Sony – which means Sony funds our games, supports us, and we are Sony owned,” he said. “They’ve supported us every step of the way to follow our passion – which means that just because something works, people think there’s all this pressure and we have to make a sequel. That’s not the case.”
Then use Anonymous as an example since then Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is one of the studio’s best-selling games. This kind of success may require a sequel elsewhere (The lost legacy It was a standalone game, but it started as a downloadable content, which makes it slightly different), but that’s not the case. This prompted Druckmann to say that Naughty Dog was moving on from the swashbuckling series.
“for us, Anonymous He was insanely successful – Unknown 4 It was one of our best selling games – and [we were] Druckmann said, “He’s able to put the finishing touches on that storyline and say we’re done”. “We’re moving.”
Use Druckmann The last of us part two to prove his point. He explained that it was up to the team whether or not a sequel would happen. This somewhat confirms a Reddit comment he made in 2014 while on Twitter left behindrelease Where he mentioned that there is a 50/50 shot that there will be more adventures in this world. Eventually, the developer came up with a story he wanted to tell, so he decided to move on.
Similarly, with The last of us“It is up to us whether we want to continue or not,” he said. “Our process is the same as when we did it The second part, which is if we can come up with a compelling story that has this universal message and statement about love—just as the first two games did—we’ll tell that story. If we can’t come up with something, we have a very strong ending The second part And that will be the end.”
stories about The Last of Us Part Three It appeared in several different places. Druckmann said recently That there are “more stories to tell” in the world The last of us. he is too Confirmed in April 2021 that he had a potential sequel planned, but he made sure to say it was “a story [Naughty Dog] does not make “although”[hoped] one day [it] See the light of day.”
AnonymousHis future, regardless of whether he’s with Naughty Dog or not, is also a mystery. Lead game designer Robert Cogburn hinted at this Kotaku in 2015 before Unknown 4A statement that it may have been the team’s last entry because he was “tired of answering the same kinds of questions in the same novel.”
However, the more recent evidence is not definitive and, in some cases, may point to other teams taking over. Naughty Dog recruiter said the team He was looking for talents who could build teams “not just for new titles but for a legacy Anonymous. Despite the mystery, the other work list A Sony insider stated that they were working with Naughty Dog on a “beloved franchise”. The lost legacy Creative director Sean Escage also said GamesRadar that the studio loves the series and wants to see more of it, stating that we should “never say never”. The grumbling is loose It indicated a reboot, but these claims have not been confirmed and nothing has been confirmed.
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