The Last Of Us 2: Digital Pre-Orders Refunded

Ruben Fields
April 8, 2020

Also creating a demo is like making a new game, but on a smaller scale.

The Last of Us Part II creative director Neil Druckmann recently talked on the latest PlayStation Blogcast about the reason why they can not release the press demo to the world and an update on the indefinite delay. "Please check your email for more details".

With the announcement of the game being indefinitely delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, everyone was bummed out.

Both games were due to release for PS4 in May, with The Last of Us 2 due for release on May 29 and Iron Man VR due to release on May 15. Meanwhile, other retailers have begun issuing notifications regarding the game's release which, right now, is unknown.

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It has been announced that the release dates of Marvel's Iron Man VR game have been postponed with The Last of Us Part II, which has been anticipated for years. Naughty Dog has cited "logistical issues" for the delay which they say will prevent all players from getting the game at the same time.

Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann said TLoU2 is "at the one-yard line" during a recent PlayStation Blogcast episode.

Druckmann explained that this press demo of the game is very different from the ones that can be seen on PSN.

Druckmann also described the frustrations that came with having to delay the game yet again. This is a worldwide game that people in every country are waiting for and we want to make sure we're fair. So, we're looking at all sorts of different options like what's the best way to get it to all of our fans as soon as possible. However, he noted that it is not an easy task and that it would take time for them to ship and get things figured out.

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