After 7 years during Naughty Dog, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy author and artistic executive Shaun Escayg has announced that he is vacating a studio.
He noted a change over Twitter progressing this week, thanking a studio for a artistic enlargement he has gifted from operative on games and expansions in a Uncharted and Last of Us series.
“Seven years ago we assimilated a gifted group during Naughty Dog on a plan still in a infancy, The Last Of Us. Well, a rest is history,” pronounced Escayg. “Left Behind, Uncharted 4 were passing and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy pushed my artistic enlargement even further— I will skip all my dogs.”
Escayg was particularly both author and artistic executive on Naughty Dog’s many new release, a standalone Uncharted 4 enlargement Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Before that, Escayg contributed his skills as an animator to The Last of Us, The Last of Us: Left Behind, and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
While he did not note his subsequent plan in his Tweet, an Instagram post common by a film and video diversion executive seems to indicate that he’ll be operative with Marvel’s Avengers authorization in some capacity.
This also outlines a second vital depart a developer has seen in new memory, following The Last of Us co-director Bruce Straley’s departure from Naughty Dog late final year after a year-long sabbatical.