'The Last Of Us 2' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Ellie, Joel In Sequel? VR-Compatible Version, Ready By 2018?

By LA Zamora , Updated Nov 08, 2016 06:39 AM EST

"The Last Of Us" is one of the most popular games in 2016 and the fans and players of the game are clamoring for "The Last Of Us 2." Although the game developers have already teased the players that they are indeed on the process of creating "The Last Of Us 2," the players want more details and information about the sequel.

'The Last Of Us 2' Latest News & Update: No More Joel & Ellie?

TLOU features Joel and Ellie as the main characters and the combination of their different personalities was one of the reasons why the game clicked. Naught Dog has not revealed a lot of details for "The Last Of Us 2," much so the characters, so the players are left wondering if Joel and Ellie will still be around in the sequel.

Game analysts believe that although Naughty Dog acknowledges the success Joel and Ellie's characters have brought to the first installment, a new set of characters are expected in "The Last Of Us 2." The presence of Joel and Ellie in "The Last Of Us 2" should not be totally scrapped though, as Naughty Dog might change its mind and stick with the original characters.

'The Last Of Us 2' Latest News & Update: VR Compatible Version?

2016 has been the year of virtual-compatible games sprouting here and there which leads players to wonder if Naughty Dog might offer a VR-compatible version of "The Last Of Us 2." Basically, a VR-compatible game can be best appreciated with out of this world game graphics.

With regards to graphics and images, players are expecting "The Last Of Us 2" to exceed the awesome graphics of its predecessor. Naughty Dog has yet to confirm the possibility of "The Last Of Us 2" being VR-compatible so better stay tuned for more updates.

Aside from VR-compatibility, what other features would you like Naughty Dog to add in "The Last Of Us 2?" Sound off in the comment section below!  


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