Naughty Dog and Neil Druckmann are currently working on several projects that have not yet been officially announced, although it is known that the American company is aiming really high. Now, The Last of Us Part II and Uncharted co-director says that their favorite Naughty Dog game is “the next one.” Check out the complete information below.
Naughty Dog’s Next Game is Their “Favourite”
After the success of the sequel to The Last of Us, the US development team, Naughty Dog, will not stop, so much so that it seems to have several tricks up its sleeve. Between the multiplayer of The Last of Us and beyond, it seems that the future of Naughty Dog is rosy, although fans are waiting for more concrete news.
Now, after the team has announced that it intends to continue developing games for both PC and PS5, Kurt Margenau (co-game director of The Last of Us Part II) has revealed that the company’s next game will be their “Favourite” product ever.
Margenau, who was also Game Director of Uncharted The Lost Legacy and co-Lead Designer of Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End, has been at Naughty Dog for about fifteen years, and it is precisely for this reason that his words certainly have higher-than-average importance.
In fact, answering a question posed by the official Twitter profile of The Game Awards which asked players what their favorite Naughty Dog game was, the co-director intervened leaving an answer as mysterious as it was exciting.
In fact, Margenau wrote “the next one” without adding any further details. It goes without saying that such a replica dramatically increases the curiosity towards the next game of the Californian studio.
The next one 😜
— Kurt Margenau (@kurtmargenau) April 15, 2023
For that matter, Neil Druckmann also recently stated that the company has no problem leaving The Last of Us series behind as well, but only if there are no more stories to tell in that universe.
This, despite the launch of The Last of Us Part I on PC was not exactly the best, although the usual patches are slowly correcting the situation in progress.