Naughty Dog promises to share some details about The Last of Us multiplayer project later in 2023.
Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic zombie series, The Last of Us, has sold over 37 million copies worldwide, the developer revealed.
The update on sales of the two parts of the game and the remake of the first part was shared in Naughty Dog's new blog post in which the studio's co-president Neil Druckmann reminded fans that the franchise is turning 10 years old this year and thanked the fans for their support over all this time.
In addition, Druckmann teased that "some fun surprises" await players in 2023 adding that the team will share news about The Last of Us multiplayer project later this year and attaching a new piece of concept art for the game.
"The project is shaping up to be a fresh, new experience from our studio, but one rooted in Naughty Dog’s passion for delivering incredible stories, characters, and gameplay," he wrote. "We first shared concept art of the project with you last year, and we hope this new piece of concept art below further excites you for what our team is working on."
The Naughty Dog head also noted that 2023 will be an important year for the series, not only because of the anniversary but also due to the launch of The Last of Us Part I on PC in March as well as the release of the TV series based on the game which will premier on HBO and HBO Max on January 15.
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