In a PlayStation Blog post reflecting on the PC port of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves’ Collection, Naughty Dog said that the company is still focused on developing games for PlayStation 5. This comes as no surprise as Naughty Dog has been owned by Sony since 2001, and its games have been PlayStation exclusives at launch during that time period.
But with the port of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves, developed in conjunction with Iron Galaxy, and the upcoming, but currently unreleased, PC port The Last of Us Part I, Naughty Dog said it wants to serve PC gamers as well, a company movement. declared is an important part of how you will release games in the future. “We’re excited to bring The Last of Us Part I to PC in the future, and we know that moving forward, adding PC development to the way we develop games,” said Naughty Dog, “which in no way undermines the importance of PlayStation 5 as our main platform, it will continue to benefit our team in the long term.
In the post, Naughty Dog also said that it chose Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy as its initial foray into PC ports because the Uncharted series’ “beautiful globetrotting stories felt like a natural fit to feature.” to gamers all around the world.” Naughty Dog chose not to start with a port of the first three Uncharted games due to the number of mods the team would have needed to bring the graphics up to standards for a modern PC version.
While Uncharted 4 and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy are Naughty Dog’s first PC ports, this certainly won’t be the last game players will see on PC. The Last of Us has been a PlayStation exclusive since its release in 2013, but the remake, The Last of Us Part I (released September 2022) is coming to PC at a later date.
In related news, HBO Max has produced a Last of Us TV show, set to air sometime in 2023. HBO max released teaser image snaps here and there, but a full official trailer has yet to be released.
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