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Uncharted 4 Director Leaves Naughty Dog

Posted on Thursday, March 27 @ 15:03:54 PST by Alex_Osborn


Justin Richmond, the game director who has been working on the upcoming Uncharted title for PlayStation 4, has announced that he is parting ways with the studio. 

"I have in fact made the decision to leave Naughty Dog," he told IGN, adding, "I love the company and the people and know that they will continue to create awesome games going forward."

Interestingly enough, Richmond has decided to join forces with League of Legends developer, Riot Games. "On a happier note, after careful consideration and exploration I have joined Riot Games. There is some really innovative stuff going on here that I can't wait to be a part of."

Just a few weeks back, creative director Amy Hennig also parted ways with the Uncharted developer. Is there reason for PlayStation 4 fans to be worried?
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