Naughty Dog teases “something big” coming soon

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Expect Big Things From ‘The Last Of Us’ And ‘Uncharted’ Studios

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the last of us Developer Naughty Dog is currently hiring to fill dozens of new positions to work on “something bigger.”

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Naughty Dogs. Currently more than 60 new posts are being advertised through recruitment page, and animation director Jeremy Yates has already teased that it means “something big” is coming.

“You all know that means we’re ready for something big,” he added Twitter, retweeting a job ad posted via the official Naughty Dog Twitter account.


Naughty Dog’s animation department currently has more open positions than any of its other departments, including listings in both permanent and temporary positions in single and multiplayer teams.

Exactly what this “something bigger” will be, remains a bit of a mystery. Naughty Dog has been actively hiring for some time, with new roles like these confirming that the studio is gearing up for something. It is noted by sports radar that the studio is already actively working The Last of Us Facts – Multiplayer spinoff mode that was previously hacked The Last of Us Part II.

This new mod is said as a standalone expansion for now. The Last of Us Part II, But we are yet to see any development on the project.

In addition, it was previously revealed that The Last of Us had a plot outline for Part III, But it was not actively in development. As well as the cancellation of the planned DLC, there’s a lot of potential when it comes to the last of us.

But with Uncharted in the mix, it could be something else entirely.


If anything, it looks like Naughty Dog is gearing up for something. And that means we are going to get some good news sooner or later.

Meanwhile, Eidos Montreal has become the first AAA studio to move to a four-day work week.

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