Sony declared a week ago that it is deferring the dispatch of The Last of Us 2 inconclusively, saying in a tweet that the worldwide emergency brought about by the coronavirus is “keeping us from giving the dispatch experience our players merit.”
Engineer Naughty Dog gave its announcement on Twitter too. In it, the studio said that while it’s in the last stretches of advancement, there are calculated issues that will keep it from guaranteeing the best understanding, including a concurrent worldwide dispatch.
“We were mooched about this choice at the end of the day comprehended it’s what’s ideal and reasonable for the entirety of our players,” the announcement peruses. “We’re trusting this won’t be a long postponement, and we’ll refresh you when we have new data to share.”
This follows another discharge date defer that had pushed the game’s discharge until May 2020, not long after it had been declared for February. (Before that, it was expected out a year ago.) This most recent deferral has no discharge date joined, however not at all like others, it’s not because of additional improvement time. Sony has recently said that the coronavirus pandemic shouldn’t affect the arrival of the PlayStation 5, which is additionally due this year. Directly, The Last of Us 2 is just scheduled for discharge on PS4.
Regardless of the postponement, Naughty Dog dropped a lot of new The Last Of Us 2 screen captures, caught on a PS4 Pro.
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