The Last of Us is coming to PS5 and PC | The study of the Otaku

June is the big month for announcements from several video game publishers and developers and around one of their most important franchises in recent years – The last of us – Sony Interactive Entertainment and Naughty Dog have shared news about several ongoing projects surrounding the series.

To date, over 10 million copies of The Last of Us Part II have been sold worldwide, thanks to the massive support of the gaming community. With that in mind, PlayStation is happy to share more details about what the franchise has in store for fans.

Sony Interactive Entertainment

The Last of Us – Multiplayer Experience

A piece of concept artwork has been shared for the upcoming multiplayer experience. According to Sony Interactive Entertainment, “Naughty Dog is significantly expanding its studio to ensure it builds this full-featured standalone game, with its vast scope and immense world, in a way that fans have come to expect from The Last of Us and Naughty.” Dog”. Interested parties are encouraged to stay tuned for more information in the future.

The Last of Us on HBO

The Last of Us is heading to PS5 and PC 2

For active HBO subscribers, you’ll soon be able to enjoy a streamable, live-action version of The last of us† Below is what Naughty Dog had to say about the project:

From the start, our original vision for the story of The Last of Us was cinematic and character-driven, and HBO enthusiastically continued the spirit of that same vision to bring this story to TV screens worldwide. Aided by Chernobyl creator and writer Craig Mazin, along with executive producer Carolyn Strauss and Neil Druckmann, the incredible cast and crew strived to faithfully retell the story and its intricately detailed world.

In the spirit of collaboration and authenticity, Neil has taken on the roles of executive producer and writer, as well as directing an entire episode. Bringing The Last of Us to life has been a very creative collaboration between our studio and HBO.

The worlds of video games and television continue to overlap as Ashley Johnson and Troy Baker, Ellie and Joel’s in-game actors, respectively, join the cast in key roles. We can’t wait to see them on screen alongside new and old fans of The Last of Us.

The Last of Us Part 1

Finally, what could easily be the trio’s biggest announcement is that development is underway on The Last of Us Part Ia remastered version of the original The last of us not only for the PlayStation 5, but also for Windows PC. This release will be available first on PS5 from September 2, 2022, with ongoing development of the PC version.

Below is what Naughty Dog had to say about the project:

We’ve implemented modernized gameplay, improved controls, and expanded accessibility options into this single-player experience so that even more people can enjoy the game. Effects, exploration and combat have all been improved. Using the PS5’s powerful hardware, we’ve also implemented 3D audio*, haptics and adaptive triggers. Returning fans and new players alike will have the chance to experience both The Last of Us Part I and the prequel story Left Behind in a whole new way.

For this remodel, Neil handed over the baton to Game Director Matthew Gallant and Creative Director Shaun Escayg to bring this project to life. Matthew joined our studio ten years ago to work on The Last of Us and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. He rose to Lead Systems Designer in The Last of Us Part II and was co-responsible for the cost of more than 60 accessibility features. Shaun started out as the main film animator on The Last of Us and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Shaun would later become the Creative Director of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. With their deep creative and technical expertise with the series, they are perfectly suited to lead this project, and you’ll be hearing more about The Last of Us Part I from them soon.

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