The Last of Us 2

The Last of Us 2 Is Pre-Loading, But You’ll Need 80GB of Free Space

The Last of Us 2 is officially launching on June 19th with next to zero chance of further delay or drama, and you can now pre-load it onto your PS4 so you can start playing as soon as it launches. If you bought a digital copy of the game that is, anyway. And, the most important thing you need to know right now is that it will take up 76.97 GB of storage space on your console. https://www.reddit.com/r/PS4/comments/h7kbnw/the_last_of_us_part_ii_predownload_available_now Oddly enough, you’ll get an alert at 20.65 GB that the application is “ready to start,” but don’t be fooled into thinking that you’ll actually be able to start playing early. Unfortuantely, you’ll have to wait until June 19th like the rest of the world – outside of the lucky few that got an early copy for review purposes, of course. For now, you can start the pre-load...

The Last of Us 2 Is the Largest PS4 Exclusive to Date

Earlier this week, we found out that The Last of Us 2 would be released on June 19, just three weeks after its most recent scheduled release date. Now, it’s arrived back on the PSN store after being removed, and with it came confirmation that it’s the largest PS4 exclusive to date, tipping the storage scale at 100GB or more. This is also confirmed on the official PlayStation website that states “100GB minimum,” so take that as you will. On top of this, we’ve found out that those receiving a physical copy of the game will get two discs. We assume that the first disc is an install disc and the second is a play disc, but that has yet to be confirmed. As far as the size of the game goes, it’s not the largest game out there, as some newer games have come...

The Last of US 2 and Ghost of Tsushima Have Official Release Dates Again

Just hours after reporting the leaked gameplay footage for The Last of Us 2, Sony Interactive has announced on the official PlayStation Blog that the game will launch on June 19, just three weeks after its most recent release date of May 29. This news comes after it was previously delayed for a third time indefinitely over setbacks caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. At the same time, we’ve also learned that Ghost of Tsushima will now be arriving on July 17th. On the official blog post, Sony Interactive Entertainment Head of World Wide Studios, Hermen Hulst said, “I want to personally congratulate and thank both the teams at Naughty Dog and Sucker Punch Productions on their achievements, as we know it’s not an easy feat to reach the finish line under these circumstances. Both teams have worked hard to deliver world-class experiences, and we can’t wait...

New Leaks Have Exposed Major Story Spoilers for The Last of Us 2

The Last of Us 2 may have been indefinitely delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped a very naughty Naughty Dog employee from releasing some more gameplay footage. This time around, the footage reveals some major story spoilers, with level lists, cutscenes, and as best anyone can tell, pretty much the entire plot. It took all of about 10 minutes for Sony to start pulling strings to have the video removed but, as is always the case, the internet never forgets. Fans have put together a full breakdown, full of spoilers, and posted it to Resetera if you’re interested in seeing what the game will offer when it does finally launch. I wouldn’t recommend checking it out if you want to get the best of what the games offers at launch, but to each their own. As of now, there’s still no set...

Naughty Dog and Sony Are Working To Get The Last of Us 2 Out Sooner Than Later

The Last of Us Part II was supposed to launch on PS4 in February and, at the time, the world was still whole. Then we made it to April 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll, and The Last of Us 2 had to be delayed indefinitely. The first half of April was a busy time in terms of news for this game and on April 6 Neil Druckmann, Naughty Dog VP, explained more of what was going on behind the scenes and even alluded to the fact that the game is pretty much complete. That’s well and good, but a day later, The Last of Us 2 was removed from the PlayStation store and refunds were promptly issued for any pre-orders that were already placed.  For the last week, the news mill has been quiet, but now Druckmann has revealed that effort is...

The Last of Us 2 Has Been Removed from the PlayStation Store, Refunds Issued

As we turned the calendars to April, we learned that The Last of Us 2 had been delayed indefinitely. Just a couple of days later the VP of Naughty Dog appeared on the Official PlayStation Blogcast and insisted that the game was nearly completed and the studio was currently looking at ways to get it into the hands of gamers – something that hinted that The Last of Us 2 might launch sooner than later. Now, it looks like The Last of Us 2 along with Iron Man VR have been completely pulled from the PSN Store and refunds are being issued for any pre-orders. The PlayStation Support website issued the following statement: "The Last of Us Part II and Iron Man VR have been delayed. All digital pre-order consumers will automatically receive a refund. Please check your email for more details." We went a step...

The Last of Us 2 Might Launch Sooner Than You Think

The Last of Us 2 was expected to launch on PS4 back in February, and more recently re learned that it had been delayed for an indefinite period of time. Naughty Dog had issues its own statement at that time (just on April 3, to be exact) but now Naughty Dog VP, Neil Druckmann appeared on the Official PlayStation Blogcast (embedded above) to talk about the game’s delay a little more in-depth. While part of the delay is undoubtedly on the shoulders of the COVID-19 outbreak, it also seems as if the delay also lies on the shoulders of Naughty Dog Studios as well. It is, of course, important to remember that delays often lead to a better game, but Druckmann points out that the team is disappointed in the delay just like the rest of us. Internally we know we have a great game and...

The Last of Us 2 Has Been Delayed for a 3rd Time

The Last of Us 2 was announced way back in 2016, and it’s been a long four years. Things were starting to look up last September when we heard it was coming to PlayStation 4 on February 21, 2020, but it was delayed once again. Now, we’re learning that it has been delayed for an indefinite amount of time because of the impact of the Coronavirus – something that’s been affecting game studios across the world. Official word came directly from PlayStation via twitter where it announced that both Marvel’s Iron Man VR and The Last of Us 2 will be delayed. “ has made the difficult decision to delay the launch of The Last of Us Part II and Marvel's Iron Man VR until further notice. Logistically, the global crisis is preventing us from providing the launch experience our players deserve.” The only good news from...

Last of Us Part II Comes to PS4 in February 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II5UsqP2JAk It's be a long road and years have passed since Last of Us Part II was announced. Back in 2016, it was finally announced that a sequal was coming. Then, in 2017, we were presented a quick tour through the game filled with blood and gore but no gameplay involved. We got a look at some gameplay at E3 in 2018 but we've seen precious little since. Right when we almost lose hope that the game will be released this century, we finally get a date for its release. It won't come this decade, but fortunately, the end of the decade is only a few months away. The Last of Us 2 officially launches for PlayStation 4 on February 21, 2020. The Last of Us 2 is an action game, where our main character Ellie starts her quest to bring down a powerful organization after...

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