The Last of Us Part 2 has been Delayed Indefinitely

The Last of Us 2 has been Delayed Indefinitely

The Last of Us Part 2 has been Delayed Indefinitely

Sony has confirmed that both The Last of Us Part II and Marvel’s Iron Man VR have been delayed indefinitely, citing logistical issues which arose due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Past of Us Part II was due to release on May 29th, with Naughty Dog stating that the game was “nearly done” and that the studio is “in the midst of fixing our final bugs”.  Even so, the developer isn’t confident that they can deliver their game on their planned May 29th release date, stating that they “couldn’t launch The Last of Us Part II to our satisfaction”. 

Like most video game studios, Naughty Dog’s employees are currently working from home and practising self-isolation, making the studio’s final steps before The Last of Us Part II’s release challenging. 

At this time, The Last of Us Part II has no firm release date, bringing the game’s release ever closer to the launch of Sony’s PlayStation 5 console. 

Both Iron Man VR and The Last of Us Part II are PlayStation exclusives. While Sony has confirmed that a PC version of Horizon: Zero Dawn is in development, not such plans have been confirmed for The Last of Us series. 
  

The Last of Us 2 has been Delayed Indefinitely  

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