After starting reports by Kotaku, Sony and Naughty Dog have now affirmed that The Last of Us: Part II will be pushed back to a May 29, 2020, discharge date.
Prior early today, Kotaku revealed that sources disclosed to it that The Last of Us: Part II would be deferred from its February 2020 discharge date. Presently, Sony and Naughty Dog have affirmed. The Last of Us: Part II’s new discharge date is May 29, 2020.
In an announcement posted by Neil Druckmann, the game’s executive, he escaped to the requirement for additional cleaning being the primary purpose behind the postponement.
Notwithstanding, it was during the most recent couple of weeks, as we were finishing off segments of the game, that we understood we essentially needed more time to bring the whole game up to a degree of clean we would call Naughty Dog quality. Now we were confronted with two choices: bargain portions of the game or get additional time. We went with the last mentioned, and this new discharge date permits us to complete everything to our degree of fulfillment while additionally diminishing weight in the group.
While we’re mitigated that we won’t need to bargain our vision, we’re disillusioned that we couldn’t evade this careful circumstance. We wish we could’ve predicted the measure of clean we required, however the size and extent of this game showed signs of improvement of us. We despise frustrating our fans and for that we’re heartbroken.
We’re completely for giving The Last of Us: Part II the extra time it requires to guarantee the best we as a whole anticipate. I’m happy to see that Sony and Naughty Dog aren’t anxious about pushing back courses of events to guarantee this occurs. Maybe this is the reason Sony special features, and Naughty Dog’s titles specifically, will in general be such basic victories.