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Fans of the award-winning Playstation 3 game "The Last Of Us" are eager to await the sequel. When Naughty Dog announced "The Last of Us Part Two," excitement immediately began to build.
The Last of Us Part II will further explore the topic of revenge, but will also delve into some unresolved aspects of the entire universe where it happened. You will also get a chance to see the returning characters from the first game, including Ellie and Joel,
, which sounds like a nice continuation of a game that many of us love.
After Naughty Dog decided to let the media play the game for more than two hours, the excitement for "The Last of Us Part II" has recently increased. A confirmed release date is also provided in the trailer. The Last of Us Part II was originally scheduled to be released on PlayStation 4 on February 21st.
However, Naughty Dog's recent announcement revealed some bad news: the original release date will be delayed by a few months. It seems that fans will have to wait until next summer, May 29, 2020 to get this title.
Creative Director Neil Druckmann apologized after the team realized that the game needed more work to make it "up to the level of polish that we call naughty dog quality." They did not compromise on the quality of the game, but decided to postpone the release.
Druckmann wrote: “At this point, we are faced with two choices: compromise part of the game or buy more time. We chose the latter. This new release date allows us to complete everything in a satisfactory manner while reducing The pressure of the team.”
Although this is a relief for the team behind the game because it gives them more time, Druckmann pointed out that they are as disappointed as the fans.
fans may be very disappointed to wait a few more months, but the silver lining is that we will not get a game that lives up to the reputation
Are you more willing to have a completely substandard game?
We hate disappointing our fans, and we are sorry for that, "Druckman wrote in his apology. The transparency of
developers is refreshing and lets us know that they really put everything they had into this headline. The fact that they are doing their best to avoid a hasty release is good news, although it was disappointing at first.
This part of the statement raises a lot of questions (and excitement) about the game. If the scale and scope are larger, does this mean that the new title will provide something really great? We certainly hope the wait is worth it!