According to a new rumor, Naughty Dog is already casting for a brand new game. The developer is most likely split into two different teams now, as it keeps working at full speed on The Last of Us Part II.
We've been hearing about video games movies news for year but almost never we saw some true progress about their development. Now things are apparently going to change, since the one about Uncharted is seemingly coming together soon.
As we’ve already reported few days ago, The Last of Us Part II will see protagonist Ellie accompanied by a NPC companion, similarly to what she represented in the original game to the currently missing in action Joel.
Talking with Buzzfeed, creative director Neil Druckmann has discussed The Last of Us Part II controversial approach to violence, which we started to learn about back at the Paris Games Week last year with a quite mature trailer.
It took a while for Naughty Dog to finally confirm this, but it has finally done it: The Last of Us Part II will see protagonist Ellie accompanied by an NPC, similarly to the original game where she was at Joel’s side.
Action adventure games have used us to health meters, although one series in particular has reportedly never done anything like that. That series is Uncharted and, as revealed by Naughty Dog, all the titles have never had a health meter.
Developer Naughty Dog made it clear in the past that it wasn’t going to return to the franchise after Uncharted 4, but then The Lost Legacy got released and spread the belief that the developer could do more of that without Drake involved.
Thee Last of Us: Part II Co-Lead Gameplay Designer has hinted that the game might feature a second playable character in the future. This is an interesting statement because at E3 2018, Creative Director Neil Druckmann confirmed that Ellie is going to be the only playable character in The Last of Us: Part II.
Cascina Caradonna has revealed she is the face model of Dina, the female character who's been introduced in the E3 2018 gameplay trailer of The Last of Us Part II. Caradonna, whose character will have the voice and movements of Westworld's Shannon Woodward, is a theater actress you haven't seen before in any movie or TV shows.