Naughty Dog has confirmed that it’s planning on unveiling The Last Of Us Part 1 gameplay within the subsequent couple of months.
Following the announcement that The Last Of Us Part 1 has formally gone gold, the developer additionally shared that it’s preparing to lastly reveal gameplay footage forward of the sport’s launch on September 2.
“We’re looking forward to showing you more of the amazing visuals, tech, and gameplay the team has worked on in the next couple of months up to launch,” Naughty Dog tweeted. “Stay tuned!”
The Last Of Us Part 1 is an entire remake of the unique PS3 2013 title “rebuilt from the ground up for PS5.” A PC model of the sport has additionally been confirmed to be in growth.
The remake will characteristic the graphics and modernised gameplay similar to the 2020 sequel The Last Of Us Part 2, and can embrace improved controls, expanded accessibility choices and “enhanced exploration and combat.”
Elsewhere, Anthony Vaccaro – the studio’s principal atmosphere artist – responded to the information of the sport going gold, saying that the staff didn’t want to crunch on the remake.
“This is the first time in my 13 year career, across multiple studios, that I didn’t need to crunch to finish a game. Feels good, really good,” stated Vaccaro. “Especially hitting the same quality bar as The Last Of Us Part 2. More work to keep doing but proud of the big changes so far to make the studio healthier.”
Last week, a developer credited on the sport and Bend Studio animator, Robert Morrison, spoke out on the criticism that the sport is only a “cash grab”, saying the sport is “the most meticulously built and crafted project that I have ever seen or been a part of in my entire career.”
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