The Last of Us Part 2 – Everything You Need To Know


The Last of Us was one of the best games of the last console generation, and as such it wasn’t much of a surprise to see The Last of Us Part 2 announced. The Last of Us series is set in a collapsed world, as a parasite similar to real world Cordyceps turns humanity into vicious, zombie-like creatures that eventually become the terrifying Clickers. Giving developer Naughty Dog a chance to explore more adult subject matter than fellow third-person franchise Uncharted, The Last of Us was a triumph of storytelling, revealing a terrifying scenario and doubling down with the fantastic relationship of Joel and Ellie. Proving so successful that it needed to be remastered for the PS4, another Sony exclusive in the form of a sequel has everyone hoping that Naughty Dog can strike gold yet again. ADVERTISING Related: Screen Rant's 25 Most Anticipated Video Games of 2019 Although some of The Last of Us Part 2 is still up in the air, thankfully the developer has given us some finite details about the long-awaited project. So, read on to find out everything you need to know about The Last of Us Part 2.

There are some aspects of The Last of Us Part 2 that have been revealed by Naughty Dog and Sony. However, the biggest question on everyone’s lips has yet to be answered. As of yet, The Last of Us Part 2 has not had a confirmed release date, meaning that fans are still left wondering exactly when the title is going to hit store shelves.

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