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The Last of Us Part II review embargo date and time revealed

Here's when you can expect to see The Last of Us Part II reviews, as the review embargo date has been revealed.

Sony and Naughty Dog are showing a lot of confidence in The Last of Us Part II, as the game's review embargo date is set one week before its official launch.

We are all extremely excited for The Last of Us Part II, especially after the brutal story trailer. Now, we can count down the days until the first reviews appear.

 

The Last of Us Part II review embargo

The Last of Us Part II went gold early this month, and while there might be a day one update, reviewers are already playing the game right now.

This should give reviewers from top publications enough time to get full reviews out.

According to Greg Miller from KindaFunny.com, the review embargo date for The Last of Us Part II is 12th June, one week before the game's release.

 

 

This shows a lot of confidence from Naughty Dog and Sony, especially after some drama due to story leaks.

For those in the UK, this puts the review embargo time for The Last of Us Part II at 10:00 am (GMT+1).

If you can't wait to see more about the game, then don't fear. A State of Play takes place on 27th May 2020, where the developers will show new gameplay footage, and more.

 

The Last of Us Part II review embargo date
The Last of Us Part II looks incredible (Picture: Sony)

 

A description of the upcoming State of Play reads: " Naughty Dog Vice President and The Last of Us Part II Director Neil Druckmann will give you a special preview of The Last of Us Part II, coming to PS4 June 19.

"Neil will walk you through details of the gameplay experience and story. The current cut is clocking in a little more than 20 minutes, ending with an extended sequence showing off about eight minutes of never-before-seen gameplay."

For those in the UK, the State of Play takes place at 21:00 GMT+1. You can catch it on the official PlayStation Twitch.tv channel.

 

 

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