Naughty Dog co-presidents Evan Wells and Neil Druckmann have stated that the studio will proceed to make narrative-driven single-player video games so long as it may well as a result of it’s in its DNA. Additionally, in contrast to different main publishers, Sony hasn’t mandated its groups to shift their concentrate on in style tendencies, like stay service and free-to-play video games.

When Game Informer requested to duo in the event that they nonetheless see story-driven single-player video games in Naughty Dog’s future, Wells replied with “absolutely.” “It’s sort of in our DNA to tell these stories,” he added. “I think that’s going to continue. Single-player experiences are near and dear to us. It’s what has attracted a lot of people to Naughty Dog, and that’s what inspires them, so I think we’re going to keep at it as long as we can.”

“There has by no means been a mandate [from Sony] like, ‘Oh, this is where we see the winds shifting. an you start making these kind of games instead?’” added Druckmann. “We know just as they know that when you work on something you’re excited by, one thing you’re passionate by, you’re going to do nice work.”

Naughty Dog is at present engaged on a standalone multiplayer mission. When Game Informer requested if the studio desires to proceed engaged on established IPs or desires to create new IPs, Wells stated that he desires to do “both.”

“I think there’s excitement to develop new IP, but there is still a ton of love for Uncharted and The Last of Us, and I think you’ll see both kinds of projects from us in the future,” he concluded.

[Source: Game Informer]