‘The Last Of Us’ standalone multiplayer spin-off may be free to play

It seems to be just like the upcoming The Last Of Us multiplayer title may be a free-to-play sport, with Naughty Dog wanting to rent somebody with confirmed expertise in that area.

The standalone, multiplayer sport is about throughout the The Last Of Us universe and, in accordance to Naughty Dog’s co-president Neil Druckmann, is due to be unveiled subsequent 12 months.

Not a lot is thought in regards to the as-of-yet-untitled sport however in accordance to a new job itemizing at Naughty Dog, it may be a free-to-play title.

Naughty Dog is at the moment hiring a reside ops Producer (through Reddit) with the studio “on the lookout for the proper candidate to get in early and assist outline the processes, necessities, and infrastructure that may assist the venture by means of launch and past.

According to the submit, a bonus ability would be “proven experience in a production role supporting a AAA, free to play, live title.”

The Last Of Us Part 2
The Last Of Us Part 2. Credit: Naughty Dog

While The Last Of Us isn’t particularly talked about, Druckmann has mentioned that the multiplayer title is a minimum of as massive as any Naughty Dog single participant sport whereas rumours counsel the title will be “very very live servicey” (through Gamesradar). The itemizing additionally says that Naughty Dog wants somebody with a “deep understanding of the complexities of live game operations and a track record of building processes to help the team achieve their highest potential.”

According to Druckmann, the staff determined to make the upcoming multiplayer title a standalone sport after two years of growth and work on it, with Druckmann saying the venture “exceeded their initial expectations.”

A TV adaptation of The Last Of Us starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey is due for launch in 2023.

In different information, Valve has unveiled a brand new pricing suggestion device for Steam builders nevertheless it may see gamers in sure international locations paying up to 454 per cent extra for a sport.

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