The Last people remake may have resurfaced in a new PlayStation work listing
Much more evidence of a Last people remake may have appeared in a new PlayStation job listing.
The listing, which becomes part of a collaboration on a brand-new video game at support workshop PlayStation Studios Visual Arts, appeared on Reddit earlier today. The work, for an agreement technical video game designer, requests for programmers with an appetite for premium quality, 3rd individual, action/adventure video games.
The Visual Arts studio has actually aided out throughout a variety of Sony games and also a number of its first-party workshops, but there are a few hints in the listing that explain this task is linked to some type of remake. Obligations include implement [ING] existing gameplay systems into a brand-new framework and enhancing existing level manuscripts for interaction and interaction, and there's likewise a reference of both ranged and also melee battle.
Two of Sony's first-party video games are recognized to be obtaining re-releases, many thanks to the computer versions of God of Battle as well as Uncharted: Tradition of Burglars Collection, however with both of those readied to arrive in early 2022, it appears not likely that the programmers would still be working with at this late stage. The only other PlayStation games rumored to be obtaining remakes are Throne Cross, a RPG that doesn't fit the task description, as well as The Last of the United States. Rumors of a The Last of Us PS5 remake surfaced in April, and PlayStation Studios Visual Arts was carefully connected to the project, despite reports that it was no longer leading advancement.
Neither Sony neither Naughty Canine has actually verified those records, so there's no guarantee that The Last of the United States is getting a next-gen remake, specifically considering that a PS4 remaster already exists. That stated, the success of The Last of Us 2 and also the excitement around the upcoming The Last of United States television program might mean that both companies are eager to increase down on the franchise business.
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