‘The Last of Us 2’ Release Date, News & Update: Sequel To Be Seen At PlayStation Experience 2016? Find Out Here!

By Staff Reporter , Updated Nov 30, 2016 05:00 AM EST

The game enthusiasts have been clamoring for the coming of "The Last of Us 2." Naughty Dog has yet to announce any concrete details about the game sequel, thus its followers are only clinging to fan-made theories and assumptions.

However, an insider named Shinobi602 revealed in a game forum on Neogaf that "Last of Us 2" might be revealed very soon. The source said that fans might see the first glimpse of the title's trailer in the coming PlayStation Experience 2016 in December.

It has been known that the PlayStation Experience is one of Sony's ways to reveal its biggest title coming in the gaming world along with some exclusive revelations. With that, a lot is expecting that the confirmation of "The Last of Us 2" release will be part of it.

Also, the game enthusiasts are assuming that "The Last of Us 2" will be on the way as Naughty Dog is about to unveil the another highly-anticipated "Uncharted 4" DLC in December. The avid fans also recalled that the original "The Last of Us" took three years in the making and since it was released in 2013, they are assuming that the sequel will be now in the works.

Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Nolan North hinted the coming of "The Last of Us 2." The "Pretty Little Liars" actor has been known as the voice of Nathan Drake in the game and he teased that Naughty has plans to create "The Last of Us" sequel.

However, Naughty Dog neither denies nor confirms the coming of "The Last of Us 2," so fans are still clinging to what Nolan North has said. Hence, the game's followers listed the things they want to see in the title and wishing that the game developer company will hear their cries. "The Last of Us 2" has no release date yet and everyone is waiting to see if it will be featured at the PlayStation Experience 2016.

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