While Naughty Dog hasn’t announced any new game in development, the studio’s games are still in the spotlight, as we’re getting not only an Uncharted movie, but The Last of Us is getting the TV series treatment as well. For those looking forward to actual games from the studio, it seems we’ll soon be getting a lot of news on that front as well.
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During the CES 2022 presentation, Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann confirmed that the studio is working on “multiple game projects.” While talking about the Uncharted movie, and HBO’s The Last of Us show, Druckmann adds at the end, “And we’re dying to share with you the multiple game projects we have in the works at Naughty Dog.”
Update: You can watch Druckmann’s bit in the CES 2022 show at around the 16:00 mark in this video (Video replaced with official one, as Sony copyright claimed the previous YouTube video).
We’re assuming one of the games Druckmann is talking about is The Last of Us 2 multiplayer component that the studio has talked about a bit back in September 2021. As for the other one, it’s anyone’s guess. Is it a new entry in the Uncharted franchise? Perhaps The Last of Us 3? Maybe a new IP entirely? Whatever it is, given the studio’s history of releasing amazing games, you can color us excited.
What are you hoping to see from Naughty Dog in terms of new game projects? Sound off and let us know down in the comments below.
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2 thoughts on “Neil Druckmann Confirms Naughty Dog Is Working on “Multiple Game Projects””
The Last of us Parts 1 and 2, not only was a fantastic story of survival but through both parts you get so into the story and you get close to the character’s and feel as if you are there in the game yourself! I know I’m not the only one who feels this way but The Last of us Part 3 is definitely a game I, no… we need to happen!
Oh there will definitely be a Part 3. Someone would have to be naive to think otherwise.
However, I’m guessing a new IP would come first.
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