Yesterday Naughty Dog published a new teaser for The Last of Us Part 2 that shows Joel’s broken clock marking a particular time, with hands moving at regular intervals: but the time shown on the dial will it be really random or not?
The clock marks 2:15, many have therefore assumed that these figures could hide the release date of the game, or February 15, 2020, but this day falls on Saturday and therefore to be discarded. So let’s dwell on the numbers 2 and 3 … Could the Last of Us 2 be released on February 3rd or March 2nd?
Even these two dates arouse suspicion since it is two Mondays, a day in which usually no new games are published, with Sony that in recent years has launched its most important exclusives on Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday. Another date hypothesized is that of 8 February 2020, but even in this case we are talking about a Saturday and therefore the hypothesis immediately collapses.
In all likelihood tonight we will discover the release date of The Last of Us 2, over the weekend a Swiss retailer entered the game on the list with a date set for February 28, 2020 … will it be true?
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— Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) September 23, 2019