Game publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Naughty Dog recently released a new video for upcoming and most anticipated video game The Last of Us Part II.
The Last of Us Part II new video revealed
The latest video is titled Inside the Demo, which of course talked about the behind-the-scenes of the game. It focused on the three-hours gameplay from the game demo that was shown earlier this week. It featured new story details and game footage from the development team.
Naughty Dog explains lack of multiplayer
Aside from the new video, Naughty Dog shared a message that talked about the game’s missing multiplayer feature. It suggested that it was originally a part of the development for the sequel, but then it gained life of its own and branched off instead.
Check out their full message below:
We wanted to address multiplayer in The Last of Us Part II. As we’ve stated, the single-player campaign is far and away the most ambitious project Naughty Dog has ever undertaken. Likewise, as development began on the evolution of our Factions mode from The Last of Us Part I, the vision of the team grew beyond an additional mode that could be included with our enormous single-player campaign. Wanting to support both visions, we made the difficult choice that The Last of Us Part I would not include an online mode.
However, you will eventually experience the fruits of our team’s online ambition, but not as part of The Last of Us Part II. When and where it will be realized is still to be determined. But rest assured, we are as community and are excited to share more when it’s ready. big a fan of Factions as the rest of our community and are excited to share more when it’s ready.
Outbreak Day merch revealed
Outbreak Day is coming and there are tons of stuff that fans can get. The new merchandise that can be acquired are a new statue and art book from Dark Horse, a free PS4 theme, items from the PlayStation Gear Store, and many more. The figure is 12 inches tall, made of polyresin, and designed by Naughty Dog character artists. Preorder it now for only $180.
Here’s the developer diary video:
Source: Official Blog