Naughty Dog Celebrates ‘TLOU Day’ By Not Talking About TLOU
During a special celebratory event pieced together to pay tribute to ten years of The Last of Us, Naughty Dog has stated – quite clearly – that it won’t be discussing any future game or television show projects. It’s due to take place tomorrow, with a special ‘TLOU Day’ stream kicking off at 9 a.m. PT that’ll be focused almost entirely on ‘art, merch, and more’ from the franchise’s universe.
But you heard it from the creators themselves – no game talk!
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It has been a good, long while since we heard anything solid regarding The Last of Us. There’s a multiplayer game in the works that may or may not be an extraction shooter, and it has been rumoured that The Last of Us Part III is in play – but nothing has been confirmed. And, thanks to all the strike action ongoing in Hollywood as we speak, the third season of the television series is on hold.
So, it’s a pretty frigid outlook at the moment for The Last of Us, which is particularly strange as ‘Last of Us Day’ comes around and ten years of the universe is celebrated by fans the world over.
In a tweet posted by Naughty Dog, it was stressed that at this event to honour the series’ ten-year tenure, there will be absolutely no game talk whatsoever:
The Last of Us Part II was released way back in 2020, and since then, all we’ve seen from the series is a re-release on PC for Part I, which was itself plagued by performance issues and some rather infamous bugs.
I’m personally a massive fan of The Last of Us and am on tenterhooks regarding news for Part III, but it seems I’ll still need to wait a little longer.