Naughty Dog is hiring a monetisation designer for a “multiplayer game”

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It’s More Than Likely for a Sequel to The Last of Us’ Factions Mode

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A Naughty Dog job listing says the developer is looking to hire a senior monetization/economy designer for a multiplayer project.

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The project has been described as the studio’s “first standalone multiplayer game”. job listing, It said the monetization would help the designer “build an incredible, player-friendly economy” and “focus on in-game initiatives to increase revenue and conversions while maintaining a strong player-first value system.”

This sounds an awful lot like a Game As a Service (GAAS) type of deal, just off of that brief description. Added to the role’s responsibilities is that the goal is to “improve retention” while “respecting the player’s experience”, as there will be in-game items and an in-game store, which will move towards some sort of GAAS model. indicates.

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However, Naughty Dog’s rear-view mirror shows the inaccuracies of other titles well, as it states that the fare is “studio and game value, taxonomy, guidelines and best practices for monetizing others based on ethical and legal standards, and industry best practices.”

The Last of Us Part II. credit: Naughty Dog

While there is no mention of what this “standalone multiplayer game” actually is, all indications point to it being a sequel. factions from mode the last of us, as Naughty Dog has repeatedly stated that this is still being worked on.

team back in 2019 tweeted That “As Evolution Began On Our Evolution” factions from mode The Last of Us Part I“The team’s vision went beyond an additional mode that can be included with our massive single player campaign,” adding that this multiplayer mode will launch separately as follows. the last of us part 2,

Then in September this year the sustainable development of factions was repeated as a community day Post Read: “For now, we’ll say we love what the team is developing and want to give them the time to build on their ambitious project, we’ll reveal more when it’s ready!”

Granthshala Naughty Dog has been contacted for comment, and we’ll update this story once we receive a response.

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