It looks like we’ll be seeing more of The Last of Us: Part 2 before E3

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This yr seems to be suspiciously quiet for Sony. Days Gone has simply launched, however the gaming behemoth is skipping E3 2020 and, so far as we all know, there are not any exhibits or streams deliberate. Or are there?

We have been hoping 2020 can be the yr we lastly get a strong launch date for The Final of Us: Half 2, Ghost of Tsushima and Dying Stranding. And whereas particulars are nonetheless sketchy on the latter two, in response to an business insider we shall be seeing extra of The Final of Us: Half 2 earlier than E3 2020.

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In a Resetera thread discussing The Final of Us: Half 2’s potential launch date (by way of GamesRadar), consumer Aokiji (who precisely leaked Sony’s State of Play present earlier than it was introduced) had this to say:

“Contemplating we’re getting an official TLOU2 replace earlier than E3, can be actually bizarre if it wasn’t 2020 now wouldn’t it .”

It is undoubtedly value taking Aokiji’s remark with a grain of salt however they’ve beforehand confirmed to be a dependable supply in terms of Sony leaks.

What does it imply?

If Aokiji’s remark is to be believed, then we might be getting extra info on The Final of Us: Half 2 inside the subsequent month – as E3 2020 kicks off on June 7. 

As Sony aren’t attending any exhibits, it is possible this information would come within the type of a PlayStation State of Play livestream, though Sony hasn’t confirmed one is happening. 

If so, it might imply we get a better take a look at gameplay footage, story particulars or perhaps a potential launch date for The Final of Us: Half 2. Aokiji even hinted at a 2020 launch, however that appears a bit optimistic to us.

With out being tied to E3, Sony actually is a wildcard this yr. It has already dropped PS5 particulars out of the blue, so we would not be stunned if there are a number of extra tips up the corporate’s sleeve…

TechRadar has contacted Sony for remark.

Picture credit: Naughty Canine/Sony


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