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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Naughty Dog Renames Its Annual ‘Outbreak Day’ to ‘Last of Us Day’ and Promises “Exciting Things”

Every year since The Last of Us released on PS3, its creator, Naughty Dog has held an annual celebration of the game on September 26 dubbed ‘Outbreak Day’. That day, in the world of The Last of Us, is the day the mutated cordyceps virus sent the world into meltdown.

Naughty Dog has realized that it might be considered a bit insensitive to have a celebration named ‘Outbreak Day’ given what’s going on in the world right now, and has taken the decision to rename it ‘Last of Us Day’ starting from this weekend’s edition. The developer feels it’s a better suited name to better represent the fandom behind not only the original game, but this year’s sequel.

As ever, Naughty Dog promises its annual celebration will have some related news, and it’s got ‘exciting things planned’. While most years that means a PS4 theme, a vinyl soundtrack or limited edition merchandise, t’s likely that at least one piece of news will be related to a PS5 version of The Last of Us Part II and/or the rumored Factions multiplayer.

We’ll not have to wait long to find out. Considering how good The Last of Us Part II looked even on a base PS4, it would be interesting to see what extra juice Naughty Dog could squeeze out of it on the more powerful PS5.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3632868/naughty-dog-renames-annual-outbreak-day-last-us-day-promises-exciting-things-planned/

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