Naughty Dog announced today that The Last of Us has surpassed a remarkable six million sold. That’s impressive for any game, but it’s doubly so for a title that’s only currently available on one platform (PS3, for now). The developer will be chatting about “some of the techniques and process that went into making The Last of Us” at a presentation at GDC next week.
In related news, it was recently confirmed that Sony is moving forward with a movie adaptation. It will be produced by Sam Raimi, with a script penned by the game’s creative director, Neil Druckman. Naughty Dog co-presidents Evan Wells and Christophe Balestra, as well as game director Bruce Straley will serve as “creative architects.”
If you haven’t played its single-player expansion, Left Behind, you can get a taste of it below.
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