PlayStation’s latest State of Play livestream will be focused only on The Last of Us 2. It’s set to showcase all-new gameplay and information on Naughty Dog’s supplement forward of a recover after subsequent month.
The energetically expected survival-horror journey will finally land on Jun 19 – so there’s not too many longer to wait. A post on a PlayStation Blog suggested that a State of Play eventuality will see a game’s director, Neil Druckmann, offer a special preview of The Last of Us Part 2.
You can balance in to a live tide during 9pm BST in a UK, or 1pm PT/4pm ET for viewers in a US. Expect around 20 mins of display time and – maybe many interestingly – 8 mins of formerly secret gameplay footage.
If we only can’t wait until State of Play to tuck into some new The Last of Us 2 gameplay, take a demeanour during a video next in that Druckmann talks viewers by some gameplay and in-game cinematics.
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Fans of a strange will be meddlesome to learn about some pivotal changes forward of a second installment’s release. With a actor holding on a purpose of Ellie, rather than Joel, there is a larger concentration on lively and nimbleness, rather than Joel’s relations strength in hand-to-hand combat. This will force gamers to adjust their playstyle to fit Ellie’s incompatible set of skills
This State of Play is focused wholly on a diversion and won’t be deliberating hardware concerns, as a blog post explains: “No, there won’t be any PS5 news or updates in this episode, only a low dive into a universe of The Last of Us Part II.”