It looks like each different week there’s a brand new story that factors to once we’ll lastly get our fingers on The Final of Us Half II. We heard a rumor from a reputable Resetera person that we’d get an replace on the sport earlier than E3 of this 12 months, which hasn’t actually materialized but (nonetheless 28 days to go although). However a current tweet from a Naughty Canine developer may level to proof that the sport is nearer than we thought.
To supply context, The Final of Us Half II Co-Director Anthony Newman despatched out a peculiar tweet, with some proof that we could be seeing the sport quickly: “Lot of superior positions open to assist us shut out this sport…”
It depends upon his definition of “shut out,” however that’s actually a great signal, proper? Though, as GamesRadar factors out of their report, if the staff continues to be seeking to rent staff members, practice them, and get them on the venture, it nonetheless leaves quite a lot of room for its launch. The total tweet will be seen beneath.
Lot of superior positions open to assist us shut out this sport… I particularly need to spotlight the Melee Animator place, I assure you can be engaged on some *dope* animations working with my good pal @Leethul 🗡️💀 pic.twitter.com/vmlVkJlfTl
— Anthony Newman (@BadData_) Might 10, 2019
Though Sony and Naughty Canine have been extraordinarily cautious with what’s been stated concerning the sport’s improvement, it’s a great signal that we haven’t heard of something pointing to main delays. Actually, they’ve been extra quiet than quite a lot of builders are, and haven’t advised a timeframe for its launch in any respect. That is almost certainly to keep away from conditions during which they’d have to alter the discharge date, which is at all times disappointing.
We’ll hold our eyes peeled for any upcoming bulletins since we’re nonetheless holding out for that pre-E3 replace. Sony has been diving into the world of digital shows with State of Play, which looks like the right stage for The Final of Us Half II.
What do you suppose? Does this tweet from the sport’s co-director have any weight relating to The Final of Us Half 2 launch date? Tell us!