The Last of Us Part 3 will be the next Neil Druckmann game, the famous cinematic scooper has claimed.
That’s what the blockbuster movie leaker ViewerAnon said on Twitter right now. According to Anon, a sequel to The Last of Us Part 2 for 2020 is currently in production by developer Naughty Dog.
“Hmm, I’m not watching anything, so… the next Dr. Oakman game is the US sequel to the third installment currently in production at Naughty Dog,” the Scooper tweeted.
The movie was also leaked what he says about its credibility when it comes to game leaks rather than movies. Additionally, ViewerAnon has claimed that the Uncharted series will be handled by another studio going forward, though the upcoming multiplayer mode, Factions, The Last of Us, will arrive first. It was reported last week that the Uncharted series will be rebooted.
“I’ve seen a lot of ‘Should we trust this person?’ “From people who are new to the account, so you’ve got many scoops in the gaming neighborhood space: you revealed a lot of details of the TLOU show (Ashley Johnson as Anna), was the first to mention the existence of CRASH BANDICOOT 4, etc.”
UNCHARTED will be handled by another studio, FACTIONS come first, not sure about the new IP.
ViewerAnon (ViewerAnon) December 13, 2022
Interesting bits of “information” from this movie scoop. Of course, as is always the case with these types of rumors, please take the above information with a pinch of salt for now.
The Last of Us Part 2 was released in June of 2020 for PlayStation 4. Since then, the critically acclaimed title has sold over 10 million copies. Here’s what we wrote about the sequel in our review at launch:
No other game available on PlayStation 4 can capture the grimness of what Naughty Dog has created with this experience, with the exception of the very first The Last of Us. It’s a harrowing story that can get the message in your face that this world isn’t fair to anyone. From a critical standpoint, The Last of Us Part II is one of the best pieces of cinematic gaming ever created, but Naughty Dog’s final farewell to this console generation might make you cry in the shower.