Since Naughty Dog’s Summer Games Fest announcement that Our last PlayStation 5 remake is getting, with gamers taking to social media to discuss whether the infection-killing dad simulator even needs a remake. According to two developers at Naughty Dog, the remake isn’t the “cash grab” that gamers were made out to be, and it didn’t require a crisis to cross the finish line.
Robert Morrision, animator at Naughty Dog, in a post on his personal Twitter account, applauded the notion that the upcoming remake was just a “cash grab.”
“In fact, this is the most carefully planned and designed project I’ve ever seen or been a part of in my entire career,” Morrison said. “The highest possible level of care and attention to detail.”
Along with work The end of us part IMorrison has credit Resident Evil 7, Injustice 2and the 2018 reboot God of War.
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Following Naughty Dog’s announcement The Last of Us Part I the gold is gone…I guess again… Naughty Dog’s lead environment artist, Anthony Vaccaro, shared a similar post on his Twitter account. TLOU the remake was the first game he’s worked on over the past 13 years at multiple studios that didn’t require any difficulty to complete. Naughty Dog, in particular, has gone through an era crisis was reported during development The end of us part II.
“It feels good, really good. Especially hitting the same quality bar TLOU2Vaccaro said in a tweet. “There’s always more work to do, but I’m proud of the big changes that have been made so far to make the studio healthier.”
Our last It originally came out on the PlayStation 3 in 2013 before getting a remaster via Our latest: Remastered on PlayStation 4 in 2014. The end of us part I‘s goal is to polish the game’s visuals and bring its gameplay up to par The end of us part IIReleased on PlayStation 4 in 2020.
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The Last of Us Part I‘s existence was first known to the public after an incident carelessly leakage by Sony on the PlayStation Direct website Before the announcement of the Summer Games Fest. Since then, the remake has been subject to discussion, along with improvements to the game’s graphics/gameplay. a soon-to-be-industry-standard price tag $70 is worth the modest opening of fans’ wallets. If you’re still on the fence about a game’s graphical upgrade, you might want to check out Digital Foundry Comparison video below.
“The price of the game is out of my control and the value is subjective to each individual. You can decide whether you want it or not,” said Morrison is a follow-up tweet. “All I can say is that I am in awe of what an amazing group of people have done on the project. A lot of passion was put into it.”
Naughty Dog also announced this during the Summer Games Fest Our last According to creative director Neil Druckmann, they will get an online multiplayer-centric game that will be as big as the previous single-player games. A release date for online multiplayer has not been announced.
The end of us part I It is scheduled to be released on September 2.