If a game sells well, most game developers these days will be quick to make a sequel in an attempt to bring back the same success that the first game did, but for some development studios who care a bit more about just money, considering a sequel to a popular game can actually be quite a hard decision.
This seems to be the case with Naughty Dog, who haven't yet decided on whether their insanely popular The Last of Us PS3 exclusive in 2013 deserved a sequel or not.
Despite the post apocalyptic world of the Last of Us gaining a huge amount of critical success and praise from gaming communities world wide, I can understand why Naughty Dog may be finding it hard to make a decision on whether to make the Last of Us 2 or not.
Whilst the first and only DLC story pack for The Last of Us is planned for this month, Naughty Dog seem concerned that they won't be able to create another story worth playing in the same universe as the first game, and they seem to be putting a large focus into new IP instead.
Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann revealed to eurogamer earlier this week that they are currently "brainstorming some stuff," which pretty much suggests that they aren't really in the process of starting to make any new games at this point in time, and we'll have to see what the future holds for the development studio.