Those that are anxiously waiting for hints of a possible The Last of Us sequel will be happy to know that Naughty Dog is currently exploring ideas in order for that to happen. Arne Meyer, Naughty Dog's community strategist, has told to VideoGamer that not considering options for The Last of Us 2 "would be a disservice to ourselves and our fans".
"I think we always make a smart decision in that all of our games are self-contained stories so they don't have to continue if we don't want them to or if there's no reason for them to continue. It really comes down to is there something interesting in this universe we've created that we want to continue to explore? Is it something that we can get the entire team passionate about? Is it something we can get the creative directors excited about and then we could continue it?" said Meyer.
Meyer continued on to say "We're just starting to explore ideas of what more could there be in this universe and starting that decision process. That doesn't mean the end result is guaranteed."
The Last of Us: Remastered will be available for PS4 on the 29th of July in North America, arriving three days later, on the 1st of August, in Europe. The remaster will include the Left Behind single player DLC, as well as the Abandoned Territories and Reclaimed Territories map packs.