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The Last of Us: Part II Release Date Announced

25.09.2019
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The release of The Last of Us: Part 2, one of the most anticipated games in history, was announced today at the ‘State of Play’ event. The game will meet its fans next year.

When you ask the best game for PlayStation fans, you will get a similar response from many people. The Last of Us, which has established the throne of the players with its graphics, story and gameplay, has become the favorite game of many people since its release in 2013 and put the players to observe the path of the second game.

After many years, Naughty Dog, who did not do anything other than the announcement of İkinci The Second Game The, became the legend of The Last of Us: Part II, and the fans had completely lost their hopes. Until this year…

The Last of Us: Part II Release Date Announced

The legendary game, which we’ve heard a lot of news about this year, showed itself at Sony Interactive Entertainment’s ‘State of Play’ event. In other words, the event that Last of Us fans have waited for years has taken place. The Last of Us: Part II was released with a new trailer and release date.

The Last of Us: Part II, from which we know Ellie’s adventures from the previous game, will continue the challenging life struggle. In this trailer, we see that the innocent Ellie, whom we know from the first play, has turned into an aggressive adolescent. The most crucial part of the trailer is the scene where Joel appears, the last scene of the trailer. Since the release of The Last of Us: Part II, Joel from developer Naughty Dog had not been given any information about whether or not he would be in the game, and the players were very curious.

The Last of Us: Part II trailer:

When will the Last of Us: Part II be released?

The question that millions of people around the world have been asking for years has been answered with today’s event. Naughty Dog’s legendary game The Last of Us: Part II will be released on February 21, 2020.

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