Similarly to Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part II is such a mysterious game, we know close to nothing when it comes to both story and gameplay.
This is one of the reasons that lead us to believe it’s not releasing this year, but we know many of you still hope so that we won’t argue about that.
During a recent concert, composer Gustavo Santaolalla, popular among gamers for working on The Last of Us & The Last of Us Part II music, shared his thought about when it’s dropping.
According to the Argentinian musician, TLOU II is “coming very soon,” which looks a hint for a 2019 launch window instead.
He said so before executing a song from the official soundtrack, as shared by a Reddit user who filmed him in that specific portion of the event.
While it’s quite a generic information, the fact itself he’s around offering bits of the OST during his concerts is a bit of a hint itself about a close release date.
If you’re interested in the matter of discovering release dates for the biggest first-party PS4 titles remaining, look at the Reddit link because guys over there are providing quite exciting predictions.
Until then, The Last of Us Part II hasn’t a fixed day one but is expected to release in a maximum of a couple of years for PlayStation 4.