Last month, director Neil Druckmann announced that the studio has no plans for a DLC or some extra content for the recently released game.
Lastly, an opening to get a Tools Programmer Confirms the new hire will likely be working on our next generation images analysis, profiling, and debugging tool in combination with our sister technologies classes, which suggest that Naughty Dog could have already begun working with Sony and the PS5 because of its next job.
Developer Naughty Dog wants to fill many positions within the company to begin work on its next job under a month since the launch of The Last Of Us Part II.
The Last Of Us Part II ‘Factions,’ a multiplayer mode, was unlikely that the programmers will announce that the job anytime soon, given the launch of The Last Of Us Part II on June 19.
But, Naughty Dog explained in September 2019 that the studio would attract the Factions multiplayer back at some stage in the future as a stand-alone experience.
A vacancy for a Level/Environment Designer specifically mentions a single participant in its header, while a different to get a Melee/Gameplay Animator states the studio is looking for someone who can create compelling gameplay to our upcoming job.