June is approaching and an important month for all fans of The Last Of Us. Both games were released by Naughty Dog studio that month, with the first Opus celebrating its eight years (released June 14). 2013) and the second part that will celebrate its first anniversary (available since June 19, 2020).
While players wait anxiously for the sequel (online mode, PS5 release, remake of the first game …) Co-Chair Neil Druckman confirms the pre-production of The Last Of Us third installment, but warns fans. That will not be the case now.
The Last Of Us 3: Outlines already written
Guests on the latest podcast Scenario regardless By Al Horner, Neil Druckmann and Halley Gross, co-writers of The Last Of Us Part.II, we had the opportunity to review the development of this game which they consider “one of the most difficult productions”[ils ont] I didn’t have to do it. Unsurprisingly, the future in connection with Naughty Dog and the series was discussed with HBO.
Last year, just before the new game was released, Neil Druckman said anything was possible regarding the next game. The final part of US Part Three, a license that was not released, a continuation of another project, the Co-Chair left the door open to all possibilities.
Al Horner asks Druckmann if, a year later, things have progressed around a sequel to the adventures of Joel and Ellie. The man insists for a moment and declares that he does not know what he wants to reveal. Before continuing and announcing:
Haley and I wrote the outline of the story.
A surprising statement formalizes the project. Neil Druckman explains that development has not started and that it is not currently, however, the sequel is fine in pre-production. Meanwhile, Naughty Dog will have it A lot of work Regarding the development of a remake of the first game, the game is multiplayer and maybe even the new Uncharted game.
In parallel, Naughty Dog is also collaborating on series productions with HBO and PlayStation Productions. The studio’s plans don’t seem to run out for the coming years.
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