Reports of a ground-up remake of The Last of Us have been round for roughly a 12 months at this level, with the sport allegedly within the works for PS5 at Naughty Dog, and PlayStation Studios Visual Arts doing help work on the mission. And whereas the sport hasn’t but been formally introduced, extra proof continues to counsel that that may change sooner slightly thanR later.
For occasion, as noticed over on ResetEra, the LinkedIn profile of Core Hong – who’s a high quality assurance tester at Naughty Dog – mentions that he has been concerned in “QA testing and growth help” for an “unannounced remake mission”- which, given all of the stories in latest months, can probably solely be pointing to at least one factor. You can take a look at a screenshot of the identical beneath.
Interestingly, latest PlayStation job adverts have additionally seemingly hinted at the event of a remake of The Last of Us, whereas a PlayStation Studios Visual Arts animator lately additionally teased a large-scale unannounced mission that’s due out this 12 months.
Reports earlier this 12 months additionally prompt that growth on The Last of Us’ remake was “almost full” and the sport – in addition to the standalone The Last of Us multiplayer mission at present within the works at Naughty Dog – would possibly even launch within the latter half of 2022.