PlayStation Studios developer Naughty Dog will be celebrating The Last of Us Day tomorrow with a stream it has said. The stream will be to honour the 10-year legacy of The Last of Us, which was first released on PS3 in June 2013. However, fans hoping for big announcements on upcoming The Last of Us projects will be disappointed as the developer has said they will “not be discussing any future game or TV show project.”
The statement from Naughty Dog has left some fans a bit saddened as they wait eagerly to hear about a possible third game in the series and The Last of Us Multiplayer project. The last anyone heard from Naughty Dog on The Last of Us Multiplayer game was that it was getting delayed, primarily due to Bungie coming in and saying it wouldn’t engage players for too long.
Although The Last of Us Multiplayer game does not appear to have been cancelled it seems that only a handful of developers are working on it while “the company reevaluates the direction.”
The Last of Us Day comes as rumours are also starting to heat up about The Last of Us Part 3. A third game in the series has been rumoured for a while, and Naughty Dog seemingly hasn’t ruled it out. Rumours increased in the past week or so when Shannon Woodward, the actress who played Dina in Part 2 apparently posted a cryptic message on Instagram.
The message stated that the actress was working on a “top secret video game” followed by three emojis.
This post naturally sent fans into a frenzy but it was apparently debunked in the same Reddit thread.