‘The Last of Us 2’ Release Date, News & Update: Developer Focuses on ‘TLOU 2’! Virtual Reality Support, Playable With Nintendo Switch?

By Maui , Updated Oct 25, 2016 06:08 PM EDT
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Millions of fans all over the world are patiently waiting for the sequel of Naughty Dog's survival game, "The Last of Us 2." Rumors and speculations about the game sequel have been circulating online because Naughty Dog has not released any official statements about the its development.

But, according to a report from NeuroGadget, Naughty Dog has started working on "The Last of Us 2" due  players' insistent demand. Report says that the sequel's development has started earlier this year but not on full force because the developer is also working on another game called "Uncharted 4."

Since "Uncharted 4" has been launched already, Naughty Dog will now focus on "The Last of Us 2" development. But, rumors say that the developer will work on it with full force on early 2017 and it will come with some official announcements by, because Naughty Dog might also be working with "Uncharted 4" new downloadable content.

The launch date of "The Last of Us 2" is said to be within 2020 or 2021, as stated by FabNews. A lot of fans are also hoping that Naughty Dog might release any statements regarding the game in the next Electronic Entertainment Expo that is held yearly.

There are also rumors that say "The Last of Us 2" might also be released with a Virtual Reality support. Although this hasn't been confirmed, the game might also be compatible with the new Nintendo Switch hybrid console.

Neil Druckmann, Naughty Dog's creative director, also has confirmed that "The Last of Us 2" storyline has already been finalized. He also stated that they will be adding an LGBT character in the game. Naughty Dog will also be putting more elements on the upcoming game to make sure the game will be totally worth the wait. Stay tuned to Game & Guide for latest news and updates.

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