The Last of Us Part II has been one of essentially the most hotly-anticipated titles coming to the PlayStation four, however followers can have to wait longer earlier than they will embark on a brand new journey with Ellie. Developed by Naughty Dog, The Last of Us Part II was supposed to be out on February 21 subsequent yr, however the launch date has now been pushed ahead to May 29. As for the rationale behind the delay, Naughty Dog says that the studio wants extra time to polish the sport and improve the standard of the general expertise to match their requirements.

Neil Druckmann, Director of The Last of Us Part II, revealed in a weblog prolonged blog post explaining that the workforce wants extra time to additional fine-tune the sport, and that the choice to push its launch was taken within the closing levels earlier than the launch. “However, it was throughout the previous few weeks, as we had been closing out sections of the sport, that we realised we merely did not have sufficient time to convey all the recreation up to a degree of polish we’d name Naughty Dog high quality,” Druckman wrote.


He additionally added that the brand new launch date will present the developer with an ample quantity of time to give The Last of Us Part II closing touches, whereas offering some stress aid to the workforce behind the sport. It seems that Naughty Dog is primed to abide by the brand new May 29 launch date and will not push it any additional, except one thing actually loopy occurs.

The Last of Us Part II was announced again in December 2016 on the PlayStation Experience, and after 4 years in growth that was marked by a number of launch window leaks that by no means materialised, it should lastly be out in May subsequent yr. We hope, and so does the studio, that delay is definitely worth the look forward to followers who will doubtless admire a refined gameplay expertise somewhat than a sizzling mess of glitches and bugs that almost all hurried releases prove to be.

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