The latest multiplayer game update of Us revealed by Naughty Dog


To celebrate The Last of Us Day, which takes place on September 26 each year, Naughty Dog today provided fans of the franchise with an update on the studio’s current development efforts. And while no new projects as a whole have been announced, the company has revealed that it plans to talk more about its next multiplayer game set in this universe at some point in the future.

In a Blog which was posted on the official Naughty Dog website, the studio gave fans a brief rundown of what they’re currently doing with The Last of Us. “In short, we’re working on it – we’re seeing community feedback as many of you are clamoring for multiplayer and want updates. For now we will say that we love what the team is developing and want to give them time to build their ambitious project, we will reveal more when it is. ready !” Naughty Dog wrote. “To this end, we have been busy developing our team inside the kennel since The Last of Us Part II launched and are currently in the process of recruiting for MP-related positions (index), so if you or someone you know is qualified for anything you see on our jobs page, apply! “

Sadly, for those hoping for more news, Naughty Dog hasn’t said much else today about what may be in the works. Still, the studio wished the fans good luck and hoped they once again enjoyed celebrating the informal holiday. “In the meantime, another The Last of Us Day draws to a close. We hope you had as much fun with us today as we put it together and we will be watching closely all the epic photos, art and the stories you send us, ”the studio concluded on its blog.

For now, we’ll have to wait and find out more about what Naughty Dog has in store for their secret multiplayer game The Last of Us. Maybe if we’re lucky we’ll have another substantial update ahead. the end of 2021.


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