Finally an early 2020 release for The Last of Us: Part II?

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Finally an early 2020 release for The Last of Us: Part II?

sony will not be at E3, and yet, the manufacturer is at the heart of discussions with Death Stranding which will be revealed today and which should be released this year. But a few hours before, it was The Last of Us Part II that made the headlines, with a rumor that suggested the announcement of a release date accompanied by a trailer for this week.

According to this source, the software was to arrive this year in November, but that would not ultimately be the case. It is Jason Schreiera journalist at Kotaku, who says:

Looks like Death Stranding is about to get announced for a November release. The Last of Us 2 was also planned for fall 2019 but I actually just heard it got bumped to early 2020, possibly February? Either way, wild final year for PS4

—Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) May 29, 2019

It looks like Death Stranding is going to be announced for a November release. The Last of Us 2 was also planned for fall 2019, but I just heard it was moved to early 2020, maybe February? Either way, it’s been a crazy last year for the PS4.

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