In a blog post on the official Sony PlayStation website, Eric Lempel, the senior vice president of PlayStation Worldwide Marketing has revealed that the company has hit a new milestone for video game sales. The Last of Us Part II has managed to seek more than 4 million copies, making it the fastest-selling PS4 game
New Game+ in Last of Us Part 2 will be a way for players that want to take another journey through the depressing wasteland of the cordyceps in his new Sony AAA game. New Game + mode is unlocked as soon as you complete The Last of Us Part II. The thing is, it’s not
There are many different weapons and puzzles hidden with The Last of Us Part 2. And since some of them are quite dangerous, you will need some serious weaponry to contend with all the threats. There is one weapon that you will really want to get for dealing with the tougher enemies, he Pump Action
The bow in The Last Of Us Part II is just as iconic for Ellie as it was in the first game in the sequel. It’s a solid ranged weapon that offers a very stealthy option for when you need that option. Ellie often has to avoid conflict to avoid being overrun by multiple enemies.
The entire story and various other details relating to The Last of Us Part 2 leaked online over the last week. This led to a flurry of backlash and speculation over how it could have happened and what it means for future games in the franchise. The original theory posited by some online was that
Naughty Dog has just dropped a stunning bit of gameplay for The Last of Us Part II this week. A new The Last of Us Part II gameplay video shows us something we haven’t seen before. Sure, we’ve seen plenty of combat, and Ellie is quite good with a bow in this game, but a related element
Last of Us Part II has just had its rating released by the ESRB this week, and the sequel is not holding back. Naughty Dog already knocked the franchise out of the park with the first game. The sequel will likely ratchet up the entire experience by quite a bit in a few different ways.
Bad news PS4 fans, as another delay has been announced this week. The Last of Us Part II will not be launching in February and will instead be delayed until the spring of next year. The delay was initially teased by various sources, which provided the leak to Kotaku, who first reported it as, “Looks
Ellie will have a new NPC companion in Last of Us: Part II, we just don’t know who it is yet. Sony Santa Monica is keeping very tight-lipped about the whole thing it seems. We do know that you’ll only control Ellie throughout the game, so no switching perspectives like in the first game. Now,