According to the most recent rumors, The Last of Us Part II Remastered—which was created by the current Naughty Dog team—will debut in early 2024. One of the most well-liked developers in the firm and co-president did not handle the update since he is working on a brand-new project.
Specific rumors concerning The Last of Us Part II’s PS5 special version surfaced online on Friday. It wasn’t long before Sony formally unveiled the production. The first comparison allows us to notice the improvements made to a number of well-known situations.
It seems like The Last of Us Part II Remastered, the PlayStation maker’s first-party creation of the year, will launch 2024 for Sony. But there’s no need to worry for people in the community who think Naughty Dog’s other projects have been impacted by development on the game.
Jordan Middler from VGC said that The Last of Us Part II Remastered was created by “new employees” who were getting used to working for the studio as part of the project.
From what one person told me, it was more of a project for new employees to introduce them to the job. The Druckmann team is working at full speed on the new title. As far as I know, one doesn’t interfere with the other.
If I was Sony, I would maybe let my S-tier studio that excels at making new IPs and interesting games actually make new games, instead of forcing them to photocopy their previous A+ report card for eternity.
— Ian Stokes 🇺🇦 (@IanVanCheese) November 18, 2023