Fans and devs thank Bruce Straley, co-director of The Last of Us, as he departs Naughty Dog
Bruce Straley began his profession at Naughty Dog as a surface craftsman for Crash Team Racing, route in 1999. After ten years, he filled in as chief of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves close by Amy Hennig. Four years from that point onward, he co-coordinated The Last of Us with Neil Druckmann. Also, three years from that point forward, Bruce and Neil collaborated again to coordinate Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. This week, Straley declared he would be leaving the organization.
“It’s difficult to bridge 18 of the most persuasive years of my profession in a blog entry, yet here we are – today, with the heaviest of hearts, I am reporting my takeoff from Naughty Dog,” Straley composed on the authority Naughty Dog site.
“This has been the hardest choice of my profession. Devious Dog is home. The Kennel is family. I’ve gained and developed such a great amount from working with this mind boggling group. In any case, in the wake of heading up three greatly requesting activities, and removing some broadened time from the workplace, I discovered my vitality centring in different ways, and I gradually understood this was the flag that it’s an ideal opportunity to proceed onward.”
For sure, Straley has been far from the studio since Uncharted 4 dispatched. He was not included in the current independent turn off Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, nor was he required with The Last of Us 2 – so the effect of his flight to future activities ought to be insignificant. Straley expressed gratitude toward the numerous companions he made at Naughty Dog, and in addition those in charge of employing him in any case, and fans who upheld the studio’s work. Fans tossed that affection ideal back, with many expressing gratitude toward him for the encounters that characterized their opportunity playing recreations.