PlayStation Creates a New Studio to Make Games with Naughty Dog

There’s no stopping PlayStation, although the console-owning company has a number of studios capable of making successful exclusive games, Sony thought they needed a new team. What’s more, they already know what they’ll be developing here.


VGC has spotted a job advertisement which reveals that the new, as yet unnamed studio will be created in collaboration with the PlayStation Studios Visual Arts development team. The PSVA specialises in helping other PlayStation studios create motion capture shots, cinematic transfers, animations and more, and has also helped put together various parts of Uncharted and The Last of Us. The studio’s first game, which is still being built, has not yet been announced, but it has a “clear vision” and plans for when it will be released. And it’s being developed with Naughty Dog.

Although it has not been said that it will be a AAA game, it seems to be, because they are looking for someone who has worked on at least two big-budget titles. In addition, the job advertisement says that the game will have “high visual quality”.

It’s not yet known what this game might be, but considering the people involved, it’s possible that Uncharted will get a sequel. The treasure-hunting series has been dormant for a while now, and it’s probably not because Sony doesn’t see potential in it, but because Naughty Dog has been tied up with The Last of Us lately, currently working on a multiplayer spin-off of the post-apocalyptic series.

The two latest Uncharted games have just been released for PC.

Source: VideoGames Chronicle

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