The Last Of Us Part II Media Event Coming Later This Month
While the PlayStation 4 continues to dominate the gaming industry this year so far, this year has been somewhat quiet regarding exclusive first-party titles for the console. Sony was noticeably absent from E3 this year, with details about upcoming exclusives like Death Stranding coming in separate sporadic events and reveals. One big exclusive that many have been wondering about is The Last of Us Part II. Now, it seems that there may be some big announcements regarding the game coming at a The Last of Us Part II media event later this month.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) September 9, 2019
Legendary game industry titan and cool crunchy cat Geoff Keighley recently shared The Last of Us Part II media event announcement on his official Twitter account. The event is scheduled to take place on September 24th in a Los Angeles venue that has yet to be determined. No other details are given, but many have theorized that the game’s release date might be revealed here alongside a new cinematic and/or gameplay trailer.
Several sources in the past have pointed towards The Last of Us Part II releasing in February of 2020. If that is the case, then announcing the release date at this event would not be entirely out of the question. Whatever ends up being announced at the event, it will surely come as a great relief to The Last of Us fans hoping to know more about Ellie’s new adventure. And that is definitely worth clicking with excitement about. What do you guys think will be announced at The Last of Us Part II media event? Let us know in the comments below!
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