While the attention of players around the world is on the mysterious Live of Death Stranding, new rumors about The Last of Us continue to emerge on the net 2.
According to what was stated by Jason Schreier of Kotaku on his official Twitter profile, it seems that Sony has only recently decided to postpone the second chapter of the Naughty Dog series in the early months of 2020. Initially, Death Stranding and The Last of Us Part 2 were supposed to make their debut in the last months of 2019 but the Japanese giant seems to have rethought us by replacing the adventure starring Ellie in the next year. It seems therefore that Sony has wanted to avoid in any way that the sales of the two exclusive enter into conflict, pointing to the publication in different periods.
What makes this rumor quite credible is the recent mistake made by PlayStation Taiwan’s Twitter, which released a message containing the release date of Death Stranding. Speaking of rumor, the news that Sony had thought of a TLOU2 dedicated State of Play turned out to be false and it is therefore unlikely that the trailer with the game’s release date could arrive during this week.
Looks like Death Stranding is about to get announced for a November release. The Last of Us 2 was also planned for fall 2019 but I actually just heard it got bumped to early 2020, possibly February? Either way, wild final year for PS4 https://t.co/wh6kimA73b
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) May 29, 2019