The Last Of Us 2 Special State Of Play Episode Airs Tomorrow

A special episode of State Of Play, airing tomorrow, will focus on The Last Of Us Part II, Naughty Dog’s long-awaited post-pandemic sequel.

State of Play will air at 9 p.m. BST / 10 p.m. CEST via Twitch and YouTube. The episode is set to last 25 minutes, featuring game director Neil Druckmann. The episode will give more detailed insight into the gameplay, threats, and the larger world.

Better still, a never-before-seen extended gameplay sequence will conclude the proceedings.

According to the Playstation Blog, they further confirmed that there would be no news or updates on the long-awaited PS5, but instead “just a deep dive into the world of The Last of Us Part II.”

So, as the release date nears for The Last Of Us Part II, Naughty Dog recently unveiled the Story Trailer for the sequel, as seen below. 

The caption beneath the trailer reads: “After a vicious and violent event disrupts the relative peace that Ellie has found in Jackson, she sets out to bring justice to those responsible.”

It further adds: “As she hunts them down one by one, she is confronted with the devastating physical and emotional repercussions of her actions.”

The Last Of Us Part II is due for release on PS4 from June 19.

For more from The Last Of Us Part II, Sony revealed a limited edition Playstation 4 Pro console bundle. As well as a customized console based on designs from the game, Sony will also be throwing in a limited edition DualShock4 wireless controller (also sold separately), and a physical copy of The Last Of Us Part II.

There’s also a redeemable digital content code for more giveaways, such as a PS4 dynamic theme, avatars, and more.

On May 14, PlayStation’s State Of Play debuted 18 minutes of gameplay from the forthcoming Ghost of Tsushima, due for release on July 17.

A statement from the Playstation Blog reads promised that fans would “get an extended look at new gameplay footage, including exploration, combat and more.” 

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