The Last of Us ‘still has flaws,’ admits Naughty Dog

Naughty Dog’s Bruce Straley has admitted he still see flaws in the company’s critically-acclaimed adventure title, The Last of Us, despite the game’s overwhelmingly positive reception among gamers.

Speaking with Game Informer (via GamePur), Straley commented, "You still see the flaws, you still see the things that you wish you had more time to improve on, and you still wish you could have done something a little differently."

"I’m super proud of what we’ve done here in the team and everything that we’ve accomplished… but at the same time, there’s another aspect, which is like, it’s not done, or something."

The Last of Us was released in June 2013 for PlayStation 3, and was later remastered for PlayStation 4 last summer. The post-apocalyptic outing scooped over 200 Game of the Year awards and is rumored to be getting the sequel treatment.

Naughty Dog is currently working on Uncharted 4 and another triple-A project—could this be The Last of Us 2?