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Sources: Upcoming PlayStation State of Play Will Reveal The Last of Us 2 Release Date/Window

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Sony’s Nintendo Direct styled broadcast is slated to return later this month. Naughty Dog has recently confirmed The Last of Us 2 will finally be revealed, though it appears fans will receive a little more than a further look at the highly anticipated sequel.

Naughty Dog has generally remained tight-lipped on The Last of Part 2, but the developers are finally ready to shed light on the game. The next PlayStation State of Play is set to take place on September 24, 2019.

A reliable tipster has reached out to VG Sources with information suggesting The Last of Us 2 release date will be revealed during the upcoming State of Play.

“Naughty Dog is planning to reveal The Last of Us 2 release date/WINDOW during the next State of Play episode. You’re not going to want to miss it because that’s not going to be the only thing they showcase either. I can’t say much more right now.”

The title will allegedly launch in February 2020. However, VG Sources are unable to verify these reports at this point in time. We’ve reached out to our source for comment on when The Last of Us 2 is coming out.

READ MORE: The Last of Us 2 Multiplayer Beta possibly coming soon.

In addition to the PlayStation State of Play broadcast, Naughty Dog will also be hosting a Last of Us 2 media event. This is scheduled to take place on the same day, September 24, in Los Angeles. As of the time writing this, it remains to be seen as to what this event will officially entail.

Fans are also convinced that a Multiplayer Beta for The Last of Us 2 is in the works. While this might not seem like too much of a stretch, it’s important to note that Naughty Dog is yet to comment on the matter. Perhaps this will be revealed during the upcoming State of Play.

In other news, despite the official Spanish PlayStation Blog mentioning that the sequel will be at Madrid Games Week from October 3rd to 6th, Sony has confirmed this is not the case. It appears as though the Spanish Blog accidentally made a mistake here.

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