The Last of Us Part II May Be Arriving This Fall
It’s far from official at this point, but a leaked promo image from one retailer suggests an October release.
By Chris Morse
Although Naughty Dog has remained relatively tight-lipped about when we might get a chance to play the highly-anticipated The Last of Us Part II, a new leak may have revealed its release window early. According to a promotional image that surfaced from Peru-based retailer, LawGamers, the title may be hitting store shelves this October, which would certainly fall in line with its expected 2019 release. Have a look below for the image in question.
The last we have heard on a potential release date for The Last of Us Part II came in the form of comments from Gustavo Santaolalla, the composer for the series, who stated that the sequel is “coming very soon.” Other hints have alluded to a possible 2019 release, but this leaked promotional image may be our biggest clue yet, as the developer has said nothing official on the topic up until this point. As usual, we will let you know whenever we learn more.
The Last of Us Part II is expected to arrive exclusively on the PlayStation 4 sometime in 2019, although no official release date has been given at this time. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for more news and updates on the game in the coming weeks and months.
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