We couldn’t deliver very good news about the PlayStation home / Sony’s indoor studios recently. Days Gone 2 may have been cut short, and Naughty Dog said its developers can only focus on one project at the moment, with the rest set to a parking lot. Well, it looks like the planned downloadable content for The Last of Us Part 2 and the sub-component of Uncharted has also reached this fate.
a In the current episode of the show on a YouTube channel called MinnMax Show Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreyer was the “guest star.” The main topic of conversation was the aforementioned information, and regarding this, Schreyer said he was aware that Naughty Dog had frozen The Last of Us Part 2 DLC content for the time being, and he’s even claiming that the studio’s developers haven’t. Really get into it. This doesn’t mean the idea has been permanently dropped, but they are not currently working on downloadable content.
Jason Schreier also talked about the Uncharted show that Bend Studio, which developed Days Gone, would be compiling under the direction of Naughty Dog. He stressed that this wasn’t going to be Uncharted 5, but a secondary storyline, a side story, so you don’t have to worry about clipping the real second part, and we can even expect more Uncharted games in the future. This sub-show of Uncharted is said to have been completed in 4-5 years, and its development began in 2019, but no substantial progress has been made with it. Incidentally, Schreyer said in a statement that Bend managed to get Sony out of the team from the project in March 2020.
So there won’t be any of these (for now), but they will be from the PC version of Days Gone, which will be released on May 18th.
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