There has been a significant improvement in The Last of Us Part II, perhaps the most curious game of PlayStation 4, which will be released recently. In a statement by Sony, it was announced that a State of Play event will be held tomorrow and The Last of Us Part II will take place in this event.
While the owners of PlayStation 4 were waiting for the day they would get The Last of Us Part II, a very important statement about the game came from the PlayStation management. According to officials, The Last of Us Part II will be featured in PlayStation’s latest “State of Play” event. In other words, gamers will have the opportunity to get new information about The Last of Us Part II while this game has a very short time to be released.
Such activity event May 27, Wednesday (tomorrow) night 23 Turkey time: 00 to be carried out. In this way, gamers will both see new images about The Last of Us Part II and learn new information about the game. It would not be wrong to say that such an event arrangement is the best time for the promotion of the game, days before the PlayStation administration has its debut.
Tomorrow there will be an event with images from The Last of Us Part II
The State of Play event, which will feature The Last of Us Part II, will take a total of 20 minutes, according to PlayStation’s comments. The game’s director, Neil Druckmann, will also take part in the event, and the 8 minutes of the event will include brand new images from The Last of Us Part II that have never been seen anywhere. However, the images to be shown are not thought to spoil the game’s story. So he shouldn’t bother …
No information about PlayStation 5 will be included in the State of Play event.
Sony has been on the agenda with the new game console PlayStation 5 for a long time. So gamers want to hear about the new game console at all events related to Sony and PlayStation. But this time a very clear statement came from the PlayStation team. Authorities have highlighted several times that no details of PlayStation 5 will be included as part of the State of Play events.