We may come across a brand new poster as we explore Naughty Dog’s refreshed story. Indeed, the studio decided to take the opportunity to commemorate one of its colleagues who died while work was in progress on the PlayStation 5 debut entry.
While Sony has reason to be happy, and celebrates the release of an improved version of The Last of Us, which was highly acclaimed by reviewers. There is no secret that initially the project was dealt with by a completely different team.
While revealing the game to the Japanese, Jason Schreier disclosed some valuable details and hinted that PlayStation Studios Visual Arts was involved in the development of the item.
A certain confirmation of the quoted issue is provided by one of the recent news of Robert Morrison – the animator from The Last of Us Part I – who is now developing a secret title for Sony Bend (the creators of Days Gone).
Meanwhile, at one time worked together with PlayStation Studios Visual Arts. The developer presented an extremely important initiative by his fellow developers.
This is hard for me to post. But something very special. Daniel was a producer at Visual Arts. He passed away during development of the game. Naughty Dog immortalized him here. He was a wonderful person. Please share so people can know his name. #PS5Share, #TheLastofUsPartI pic.twitter.com/GxoarYNRGe
— Robert Morrison (@RobertAnim8er) September 2, 2022
We will see in The Last of Us Part I a number of atmospheric finds and items related to the legacy and activities of PlayStation Studios. We can also find a poster on one of the walls, which is particularly significant, because it commemorates Daniel Kinnard – a producer from PlayStation Studios Visual Arts.
When the teams were still creating the game, the developer died, leaving him unable to enjoy the completion of one of his projects today.
To immortalize the image is a kind of tribute to his work and a wonderful gesture by his colleagues, as they remembered their friend and chose to commemorate him in a production debuting on PS5.
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