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Naughty Dog Talks About 'Friendly' Competition With Other PlayStation Studios



The team at Naughty Dog has been hard at work on The Last of Us Part II which is shaping up to be one of the better exclusives on the PlayStation front. And if you think that has other Sony studios feeling jealous as a result, the studio has assured that everyone is getting along.

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<p> First reported by Twinfinite, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu featured art director John Sweeney and director of communications Arne Meyer opens up about how Naughty Dog's work doesn't get in the way of progress with other Sony-owned studios. In fact, they show full support for them, even with all their work going into the long-awaited <i> Last of Us </i> sequel. Famitsu asked if the members of the team play games from other studios, in which they noted they in fact, Meyer admitted that it helps with discovering new possibilities for its own games, with a slight bit of pressure to try and measure (or even exceed) their level </p>
<p> A few examples were then mentioned, with Meyer talking about <i> God of War </i> from Sony Santa Monica; <i> Marvel's Spider-Man </i> from Insomniac Games; and <i> Horizon: Zero Dawn </i> from Guerrilla Games. These alone help the team push <i> The Last of Us Part II </i> development even further. </p>
<p> But this is no way rivalry, as Meyer explained that while there is a level of competition amidst teams, it never gets to the point of these guys versus these guys. It is more along the lines of cooperation, with a Sony studio asking about a strong aspect of development, and the team sharing with another as a result. It goes both ways. </p><div><script async src=

It's nice to see the teams helping each other make their PlayStation developments the best they can be. And more than likely, this will continue onward as the PlayStation 5 looms for a possible reveal sometime later this year, with a release in 2020. Hopefully we won't be waiting that a store with The Last of Us Part II as the game is still confirmed for PlayStation 4, although it still doesn't have a release date.


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