The development of Naughty Dog’s upcoming multiplayer video game The Last of the United States has actually appeared to be slowed and diminished.
Bloomberg claims that while the game has not been shelved, several of its creators have been moved to other projects at Naughty Dog. The creator of the multiplayer video game from Naughty Dog, Bungie, whose company Sony acquired in 2015, reportedly looked into and questioned the game’s capacity to keep players interested for long stretches of time. As a result, the work was reevaluated.
The project, which was originally intended to be a part of The Last of the United States Part II, has really been in development for at least 4 years. It ultimately received greater enthusiasm and underwent the process of becoming its own video game.
According to a tweet from Naughty Dog in response to Bloomberg’s article, “We’re incredibly happy with the work our studio has done so far, but as development has continued, we’ve realised what is best for the video game is to give it more time.” The studio is also working on a brand-new different title.
“Our team will continue to work on the project, in addition to our other video games in development, including a brand-new single-player experience,” Naughty Dog said. “We anticipate sharing more quickly.”
Naughty Dog hinted in January that it would reveal additional information about the multiplayer video game The Last of the United States later this year. Whether or not this holdup will affect its expose is unclear.
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