Naughty Dog Will Do Monthly Livestreams After E3 2015 to Give Fans an Unique Look Into The Studio

on May 17, 2015 3:39 PM

Naughty Dog is one of the most popular studios in the industry, and there’s no doubt that many would love to know more about the inner workings and the people of the house of Uncharted.

Looks like this is going to happen as announced yesterday night by Joe Pettinati, who just joined Naughty Dog eight days ago after two years at SCEA, but has big plans already.

Pettinati mentioned during a  livestream to support Operation Supply Drop 2015, that the studio is “definitely” going to start broadcasting livestreams “a lot more regularly,” particularly after E3.

The initial plan is to start by going monthly, and then possibly increase the pace afterwards. The livestreams will try to bring an “interesting inside look into the studio” and might also include charity events and speed runs.

According to Pettinati the goal is to give fans a “unique perspective into the studio, and show the real people behind it” and to showcase Naughty Dog’s culture as much as possible.

It’ll be interesting to see what he’ll manage to cook up for our enjoyment, but we’ll have to wait about a month to know.

 /  Executive News Editor
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