Sony has recently released the first chapter of a The Last of Us Part 2 video series with more to follow in the coming weeks.
The in-depth video series will showcase various aspects of the upcoming sequel to one of PlayStation’s most successful first-party titles.
With interviews from the game’s development team, the videos aim to highlight some of the design ideas that contributed to the final product.
The first of four videos titled “The Inside Story” is available now: https://blog.us.playstation.com/2020/05/13/introducing-inside-the-last-of-us-part-ii-video-series/
The other three will be released weekly as follows:
- May 20th: Inside the Gameplay
- May 27th: Inside the Details
- June 3rd: Inside the World
Sony has given assurances that all the videos are spoiler-free, so anyone wishing not to ruin the game for themselves need not worry.
The Last of Us Part 2 is a direct sequel to The Last of Us.
Developed by Naughty Dog of Uncharted fame and Published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, the game continues the story of Ellie from the first installment.
Set a few years after the end of the first chapter, Ellie is now a little older and wiser and seems to have found a solid group of survivors with whom to stay.
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Not much has been said about the story, however, from trailers shown it appears that Ellie might be the victim of a cult-like group and has to stave off attacks or survive them.
Survival, crafting and stealth are said to return from the original as well as “Listen Mode”.
Reportedly, tracking dogs will also be present in the sequel, but to what purpose isn’t yet 100% clear.
The Last of Us Part 2 release date was scheduled for February, however other issues including Coronavirus have caused a delay.
The game is now set for a release of June 19th, 2020 and is a PlayStation 4 exclusive title.
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