Neil Druckmann spoke about a potential sequel.
Despite the outrage the players are extremely dissatisfied with the plot of The Last of Us Part 2, sales statistics speak for themselves: sales of the game are very pleased with the Sony, and the publisher will ask Naughty Dog to develop a sequel — it is just a matter of time. But there is a problem.
In conversation with Indie Wire, the head of Naughty Dog and lead developer of The Last of Us Part 2 Neil Druckmann said the potential extension of the Studio allegedly will inevitably face the same difficulties when working on the second part. Would be “quite difficult” to find a new and interesting way of presenting the story without drifting into campostrini. At the moment, Drachmann doesn’t know how to do it.