Neil Druckmann has teased another new project in addition to the two upcoming PS4 games, "The Last of Us Remastered" and tentatively-titled "Uncharted 4." According to a report from Softpedia on May 17, the creative director confirmed that Naughty Dog is currently working on two more games in addition to the PS4 port of "The Last of Us." The other title was previously announced as the next installment of the "Uncharted" series.
Neil Druckmann went on to compare the lineup of Naughty Dog's games to Blu-ray releases. He explained that customers were buying re-release of old movies with the advent of the new format. At the same time, they are also looking forward to purchasing new movies such as "Gravity." The creative director believed that there is room on the marketplace for both re-releases of old games and completely new titles to succeed. You can find his comments from the interview with Edge Online below:
We’re working on this re-release, but at the same time we’re working on two other brand-new experiences. When Blu-ray came out, the first thing is you buy all these rereleases of movies that you’ve loved, and then you see Gravity and you can’t wait to see it on your Blu-ray. There’s always room for a mixture of old and new.
Neil Druckmann previously hinted that the unannounced project may end up being a sequel to "The Last of Us." A concept artist that worked on the first game posted an artwork based on the adult version of Ellie, prompting fans to speculated on the potential of a second game. However, Naughty Dog would later clarified that the artwork was not official. The creative director also mentioned that the studio may work on a new intellectual property.
Naughty Dog is currently focused on releasing "The Last of Us Remastered," which will be released later this summer season. You can find a screen from the original PS3 version from the official Playstation Facebook page with the photo located near the top of this article. "Uncharted 4" is also in development at the same time although the studio recently ran into some trouble with several key members leaving the team. The next video game from the "Uncharted" series is still expected to be showcased during next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.