Sony reported The Last of Us Part 2’s discharge date during a spoiler-filled State of Play stream today. Ellie returns in February of one year from now.
It’s been some time since Sony or Naughty Dog uncovered a lot of substance about The Last of Us Part 2. It’s just one of the most foreseen spin-offs ever to go to Sony’s PlayStation framework, so the excitement for information has been tangible. To cut off the present State of Play live stream, restless fans at long last got what they wanted; another trailer and a discharge date. The Last of Us Part 2’s discharge date has been set for February 21, 2020. Get those get-away days booked at this point!
The Last of Us Part 2 Release Date Reveal Trailer
The three-minute-long trailer starts with Ellie and her recently discovered life. A calm, blanketed, practically run of the mill winter scene prompts new routine errands as Ellie braves on the lookout. It doesn’t appear to be some time before catastrophe strikes, and Ellie is by and by struck by disaster. She embarks to look for vengeance as the trailer gives her start an excursion all alone. We get the chance to see an assortment of areas going from dim woodlands to once bustling boulevards of an enormous city. En route, Ellie appears to battle to keep up her self-control as she presses onwards. We additionally get the chance to see a portion of The Last of Us Part 2’s fundamentally increasingly critical measure of viciousness, something Naughty Dog won’t apologize for.
This is the place the trailer gets a smidgen spoilery, so those of you that need to encounter things normally may need to stop here. In spite of the fact that you’ll presumably need to get off the Internet until one year from now to maintain a strategic distance from this.
Mischievous Dog takes the spreads off a major astonishment with the uncover of Joel coming back to The Last of Us Part 2. By its vibes, he’ll join Ellie on her experience, expressing, “You think I’d let you do this all alone?”
On the off chance that you think February 21, 2020, looks so distant, you’ll be glad to discover that The Last of Us Remastered will be discharged for nothing in October for PlayStation Plus supporters. There’s no better time to make up for lost time or experience Ellie and Joel’s experience just because as you prepare for The Last of Us Part 2.