The Last of Us 2 is real and it finally has a release date: Feb. 28, 2020.
The latest trailer, shared on Tuesday during PlayStation’s Nintendo Direct-like "State of Play" reveal stream, is filled with ominous signs of a brutal game. There’s blood and guts, sure. But there’s also plenty of human drama, and a none-too-surprising appearance from an older and rouged up Joel.
What horrible ends await him, Ellie, and everyone else? Will the Clickers get them, or will humans be the bigger villains? (My money’s on humans.) Basically: how many different ways will Naughty Dog find to torment us emotionally with a sad story of life after the end of the world? Read more…