There’s a superb motive we’re nonetheless awaiting a brand new Naughty Dog game announcement. Studio co-president Neil Druckmann lastly opened up concerning the lack of an official reveal throughout an interview with ComicBook, arguing what many game builders have come to understand: saying new video games early isn’t precisely an important concept.
New Naughty Dog game gained’t repeat previous errors
Druckmann advised ComicBook that Naughty Dog ended up saying Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and The Last of Us Part 2 a tad early, which ended up disrupting work-life stability as a result of builders had been underneath stress to satisfy deadlines.
“We did announce Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us Part 2 way in advance, but that actually caused a little bit of the work-life balance issues that we’ve sometimes had at the studio,” Druckmann mentioned. “By delaying that announcement a bit, we could play with the schedule more and we’re more conscious now about how we’re approaching production. So there’s our [The Last of Us] multiplayer project and there’s another project that I will not say anything about that’s beyond that that we’re also very much excited for.”
This “other” undertaking doesn’t seem like it’s going to be the rumored Uncharted reboot or The Last of Us Part 3, if a latest tweet by Druckmann is any indication. For now, Naughty Dog’s new game stays a thriller.