The Last Of Us Part 2 Release Date Might be Set for February 2020

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It looks like the release window for The Last Of Us Part 2 might have been revealed by voice actress Ashley Johnson in an interview. Previously, there were rumors that the release date had been pushed for next year in 2020, with a possible release sometime in February. With Johnson’s interview and an almost slip of a tongue, it seems that Naughty Dog might be looking for a February release after all.

In an interview with Critical Role, Ashely Johnson was about the game’s release date. She almost immediately answered with: “I think it’s coming out in Fe-,” before being interrupted by the host and stops herself from saying anything more.

You can watch the video below. The interview is quite extensive, but if you are looking to jump into the part where she mentions the release date, skip to the 1 minute 7 seconds mark.

From the interview, we can clearly make out that Johnson was going to say “February.” Typically, voice actors are not the ones confirming release dates, but in line with the rumors going around, it only confirms that the game might come as soon as February 2020.

Kotaku’s Jason Schrier had previously confirmed that the game has been delayed and pushed for a 2020 release, with a possible February release.

The Last Of Us Part 2 is in development for the PlayStation 4 and might possibly release for the PlayStation 5 as well. The game is a continuation of the story from the priginal The Last Of Us, building off the characters several years later. It is safe to say that it is one of the most anticipated games of the current generation, especially with how good the first game was. Of course there is no confirmation yet, and Sony and Naughty Dog have both been quiet around the matter.

Do you think the game would be confirmed for a release in February 2020? Post your comments below.

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