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Naughty Dog Is Hiring PC Programmers

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According to reports, developer Naughty Dog is hiring a Graphics Programmer who are capable on working with NVIDIA’s CUDA technology, applicants must be skilled PC programmers.

The job listing at LinkedIn unofficially confirms, Sony’s ambition to deliver exclusives PlayStation games for PC. This also confirms the information leaked by analyst Jason Schreier when he said that Horizon: Zero Dawn is coming to PC, with more titles planned for the future.

As pointed by Engadget Horizon Zero Dawn would be the second PS4 exclusive to release on PC. Kojima Productions announced that 505 Games will be tasked to port Death Stranding for PC. Both games are developed using Decima Engine, in this consideration, this leak is credible.

Considering all Naughty Dog’s games the most attractive for PC users is definitely The Last of Us Part II , the game is set five years after the events of 2013’s The Last of Us. Players control a 19-year old Ellie, who comes into conflict with a mysterious cult in a post-apocalyptic United States. The game was first announced at a PlayStation Experience event in December 2016, The Last of Us Part II is scheduled for release on May 29, 2020 for the PlayStation 4.

Naughty Dog was acquired by Sony back in 2001, and ever since, has developed great PlayStation exclusives, series like Crash Bandicoot for the PSX, Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy for the PS2, and Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune for the PS3.

The Last Of Us released for the PS3, and it’s one of the best games in the system according to the critic. Of all Naughty Dog’s games this would be the most expected for PC owners. The Last Of Us Part II is being developed for the PS4, it’s also possible that a PC port is being developed at the moment.

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