'The Last of Us Part II' Delayed Again Due To "Logistic Issues:"

It is a sad day gamers, despite development on the sequel being "nearly done," developer Naughty Dog has made the decision to postpone its launch of 'The Last of Us Part II' indefinitely.
The developer citing "logistical issues," most likely due to the recent coronavirus outbreak and its impact on our society as a whole. The studio said it was “bummed about this decision but ultimately understood it’s what’s best and fair to our players. We’re hoping this won’t be a long delay.” Posting this on twitter:

In a statement last Thursday it said that development was "nearly done."

We really hope that this doesn't get too caught up in all of this and it released soon.

The game- a follow-up to the hit 2013 game The Last of Us, which was the third best selling game on the PS3 at the time and to date has sold more than 17 million copies world wide. The Last of Us Part II was originally slated for Feb. 21 but was delayed until May 29 last October to "bring the entire game up to a level of polish we would call Naughty Dog quality." said game director Neil Druckmann.
We here at Culture Slate are disheartened to say the least but we will be waiting eagerly to get our hand on The Last of Us Part II when it eventually releases, whenever that may be. Be sure to follow us for any updates on this story.

Hollywood Reporter 


  1. this makes me so sad. I have been waiting for this game for years. I don't want to wait anymore!


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