The Naughty Dog title was recently leaked in videos and images, although the person who made it is not a studio employee.
“With a broken heart”. This was Neil Druckmann, director of The Last of Us Part 2, when he referred to the appearance of unauthorized images and videos of his video game on the network. The Last of Us Part 2 was the victim of a massive leak, so Naughty Dog warned players to be careful. But to what extent will it affect the video game and the user experience? According to Troy Baker (Joel), the title is above all that. After all, it is a video game, so you have to experience it through the controls.
“Oh man, it doesn’t matter,” says the interpreter during a question-and-answer session on Instagram. “Look, if you think this game can be screwed up for a couple of screenshots … really?” Baker stresses the studio’s seniority and recalls that she is a developer with more awards than she can keep in a closet. “This is the biggest and most ambitious game they’ve ever made. Do you really think that experience can be spoiled by a couple of shots? Do you think that 6 years of development can be ruined by that? It is a game, it is a game. You have to experience it. That is all I am going to say ”, he concludes.
June 19 on PS4
The Last of Us Part 2 is one of the great PlayStation 4 exclusives for this year, the premiere of the new generation console from Sony. The game will go on sale on June 19, as it had to be delayed by the coronavirus. The crisis of COVID-19 also forced to move the date of Ghost of Tsushima, the new production of Sucker Punch, creators of Infamous.
One of the concerns that has arisen among the most animalistic is the question of whether to kill dogs during the adventure. Naughty Dog has stressed that it will not be necessary.