When fans first heard the news that The Last of Us 2 would be delayed to May 29, 2020 it was a pretty tough pill to swallow. The news came late last year in October straight from the director of the game, Neil Druckmann, in a post on PlayStation Blog. Fans have been waiting quite a while for the sequel to the widely acclaimed first title, The Last of Us.
Since the delay, fans have been keeping themselves occupied in various ways, such as creating awesome artworks based on The Last of Us. Today must be a particularly somber day for fans of The Last of Us 2, as February 21 was the day that PlayStation fans were originally supposed to get their hands on the sequel. While the development team must be disappointed too, Druckmann took to Twitter to poke fun at the game’s delay. Read More