To say the least, The last of us Part 2 ended up being one of the most polarizing games in recent memory, as a highly anticipated sequel to The evil dogThe 2013 release, in the opinion of some people, was not a worthy sequel.
In a recent interview with GQ, SonyCEO Jim Ryan spoke about the fan reaction after The Last of Us Part 2 released, saying he wasn’t bothered by stuff like that while adding that he just took things into the picture. stride and moved on.
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The Sony CEO has also said that he praises Neil Druckmann for his incredible storytelling and, in his opinion, he doesn’t think the Naughty Dog vice president is embarrassed by the reviews.
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“I met Neil last year and praised him for his artistry and storytelling,” Jim Ryan said in an interview with GQ. “Neil is a big boy, just like me, and I don’t think any of us get unduly bothered by this stuff.
“Neil knows he makes great art. He knows he has successfully tackled topics that have never been matured in any video game before. I think this is an exceptional thing and I am very proud that the PlayStation is the platform on which this happened. The rest of the toxicity you just need to take in your stride and move on.
Despite the controversy surrounding The Last of Us Part 2, the game managed to become the best-selling Playstation all-time exclusive because it sold 2.8 million units in its first month.
At some point, The Last of Us Part 2 will receive new content, as Naughty Dog is working on a multiplayer expansion. As of this writing, the developers haven’t given much information about the game’s online mode, but according to Neil Druckmann, it will be worth the wait. Of course, before launch, Naughty Dog made it clear that The Last of Us Part 2 would launch without multiplayer.
“Thank you to all the wonderful fans for an incredible The Last of Us day! Your positivity and love are incredibly inspiring. Oh, and for that other thing, be patient. It will be worth it, ”Druckmann said of the game’s multiplayer expansion.
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While there hasn’t been any official news, it’s likely that The Last of Us Part 2’s multiplayer will launch next year, but it’s unclear whether or not it will be added to the base game. or whether it will be a stand-alone application.