Naughty Dog Will Continue Focusing on Bringing PC Games

Naughty Dog has been bringing its games to PC for quite some time now, and it plans on continuing this trend in the future. The Last of Us Part 1 is also being developed – with more titles scheduled to release on PC. In a recent interview, Naughty Dog clearly stated that it tends to bring current and future games to PC.

While it may sound strange or even sad to PlayStation users, Sony has been on a rampage over these couple of years in trying to connect with PC users. With good feedback from the PC community, Sony is clearly on its way to deploying more of its games in this market, as the company has already revealed its intentions and grave plans for PC ports in the coming years.

This was taken as a conclusion from a recent PlayStation blog post, where Naughty Dog openly claims their intentions and shakeup of the PC market. Furthermore, the developer said that “Iron Galaxy offered a partner we could trust would deliver a high-quality version of these two Uncharted games, and with whom we could work closely to better understand PC development while internally staying focused on current and future projects and bringing them to PC as well”.

It somewhat scared everyone who has been in love with Naughty Dog over the possible interference on developing strong PlayStation games. With a will and excitement to serve The Last of Us 1 to PC, the company says that moving forward, players shouldn’t be worried about it as the PlayStation 5 platform will still remain their primary focus.

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