Naughty Dog Says TLoU’s Multiplayer Needs More Time New game confirmed for single player


Naughty Dog admitted there was no recent PlayStation Showcase and promised to provide more information soon.

Insomniac stole the show at the end of this week’s PlayStation Showcase with a first look at gameplay in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. However, another PlayStation studio, Naughty Dog, was apparently absent after a lot of fans speculated about it. With the multiplayer status of The Last of Us separate from the studio, Naughty Dog released a statement saying the game needed more time. And it is also working hard for the next single nickname .

A statement from Naughty Dog was shared on the studio’s official website. Twitter account Today, “We are immensely proud of the work our studio has done so far,” the statement said. “But as the development continues, We’ve realized that the best thing for a game is to give it more time.” Back in January, Naughty Dog confirmed that more details about The Last of Us multiplayer game are coming later this year. Many people are wondering why the game will be at the PlayStation Showcase.

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Source: PlayStation Studios

Interestingly, Naughty Dog also confirmed that the next single-player game is in development. The studio has yet to confirm whether this will be a return to Uncharted or The Last of Us, or if it will be a new IP. However, Neil Druckmann has previously stated that the studio has decided what the next title will be. And the team is moving on from the Uncharted series.


Naughty Dog says there will be more to share in The Last of Us multiplayer soon, so maybe it will show up during Summer Game Fest or another PlayStation event in the future. Of course, PlayStation fans still have. What else needs to be distinguished from the latest showcase? As we wait for more news from Naughty Dog, stay tuned to Shacknews.

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