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Monday, 12 December 2011 11:05

Last of Us to be new PS3 exclusive

Written by David Stellmack

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New IP developed by Naughty Dog

Sony really came out of nowhere with its announcement of a new exclusive title for the PlayStation family. It was much unexpected when a trailer from Naughty Dog was shown for new IP called Last of Us. While we know that it will be a PlayStation 3 release to start with, no date was announced as to when it was being targeted.

The game itself looks to be a survival action type of title that is taking place in a world decimated by some sort of biological plague. Being a Naughty Dog title, the look and feel seems to have many elements from the Uncharted series with a different story, but the trailer was compelling.

The title has been in development for some time. The game is being headed by a team run by Bruce Stanley and Neil Drukmann. It is also the first time that Naughty Dog has had a second IP offering during the same hardware generation.


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