The Last of Us might get PS4 version according to Naughty Dog

Naughty Dog have easily proven in years that they are by far one of the greatest game developers out there with a back catalog of amazing titles including Crash Bandicoot, Jak & Daxter, Uncharted & Last Years phenomenal; The Last of Us. Recently someone at Naughty Dog responded to a comment on the PlayStation Blog which could be hinting that The Last of Us may eventually end up on Sony’s Next Gen Console.

On the PlayStation Blog, One fan asked Eric Monacelli, A Developer who works for Naughty Dog if the studio has any plans to release The Last of Us on the PlayStation 4 in the wake of the announcement of a New Uncharted Game & The Last of Us Prequel DLC: Left Behind to which Monacelli replied “We’re just getting our Naughty Dog engine up and running on PS4 as we work on the next UNCHARTED project. We will see what the future brings! :)”


Of course this could mean nothing but as it says We will see what the future brings. Naughty Dog have recently revealed all of their current projects which are a brand new entry in the Uncharted Series for the PlayStation 4 & Story/Prequel DLC for The Last of Us called Left Behind in which players will take control of Ellie however they could be working on something else as Naughty Dog has been well known for working on games in secret and revealing them at later dates.

The Last of Us is the UGNN Game of the Year 2013 and is available now on PlayStation 3.

So what do you think? Should The Last of Us make the jump to next gen like Injustice, Tomb Raider & Rayman? Are you excited for Next Gen Uncharted? Do you want a Last of Us Sequel? Be sure to let me know in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews.

Article by Matthew McNamee


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