New The Last Of Us 2 Screenshots Drop After Delay

You'll have to wait a while longer for The Last of Us Part 2, but at least there are new PS4 screens to look at.

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Despite The Last Of Us 2 delay, developer Naughty Dog has dropped a bunch of new The Last of Us Part 2 screenshots to tide eager fans over while we wait for the game's now-unclear release date.

The screens are all captured on a PS4 Pro, showing off The Last of Us 2's incredible detail in everything from its lighting to its skin textures and more. We also get a better look at Old Man Joel, both blinded by the sun and strumming around on an acoustic guitar. The TLOU2 screens also show Joel's younger brother Tommy sitting across from Ellie in a room, Ellie exploring some overgrown forest, and more.

You can check them out below.

Getting some very Red Dead Redemption 2 vibes here.
Getting some very Red Dead Redemption 2 vibes here.

The Last of Us 2 was slated to launch this May on PlayStation 4, three months after the game was originally planned to release in February 2020. However, due to the impact of the coronavirus, Naughty Dog and publisher Sony have opted to push the game back "until further notice." Sony also indefinitely delayed the release of Marvel's Iron Man VR, which was similarly scheduled to launch this May.

Some other games are being affected by the coronavirus, including Halo Infinite and Final Fantasy VII Remake. Particularly in the case of FFVII Remake, Square Enix said it's doing everything it can to ensure that physical copies of the game arrive at or around the April 10 release date. For now, the launch of both games remain unchanged.

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