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Early digital release highly unlikely for The Last of Us Part II
With The Last of Us Part 2 delayed indefinitely, Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann suggested on PlayStation Blogcast that Sony is still exploring different scenarios for when and how to launch the title. One such option might involve the game’s digital-only release on May 29, with the physical copies arriving later.
Sony reportedly frustrated with Death Stranding sales, exploring opportunities for new Silent Hill
Sony put too much faith in Kojima. The latest project of the Japanese genius, according to rumors, failed to make a return on investment. Now the company plans for Kojima Productions to develop a game based on the popular IP and with a smaller budget.
Neil Druckmann teams up with Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin to work on The Last of Us series for HBO
Craig Mazin, the creative mind behind HBO’s Chernobyl, will adapt the PlayStation exclusive The Last of Us into a TV show. Neil Druckmann, who wrote and directed the game, will work with Mazin on the project.
Sony, Sega and WarnerMedia claim millions in UK tax relief
Under UK’s Video Games Tax Relief (VGTR) system, game developers can claim back up to 20% of some production costs. Warner Media, which owns Rocksteady (Batman: Arkham series) and Traveller’s Tales (the Lego games), used the policy to claim up to £60m in corporation tax relief. Sony claimed around £30m, while Sega received a £20m tax reduction.