– Last of Us Part 2 on June 19th
– Ghost of Tsushima on July 17th
Sony has been trying to deal with COVID-19 in the best way, an epidemic that has ruined plans for many companies in the video game world. So the Japanese giant made the decision to postpone two of the most anticipated games for its current console, PlayStation 4. We are obviously talking about The Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima.
We already have release dates for Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima!
Therefore, Sony has decided to give an update to keep its players informed about what is happening in the PlayStation universe. So, with the industry adapting to a new reality, and COVID-19 slowly being overtaken, we already have fixed dates for The Last of Us Part 2 (June 19) and Ghost of Tsushima (July 17).
Release dates immediately followed by a message of congratulations to the responsible studios, Naughty Dog and Sucker Punch. This is due to the fact that the teams were able to complete these demanding projects in a completely chaotic and different state of affairs. Both companies worked hard to provide players with a brutal gaming experience, and fortunately, it is something that will still happen in 2020, particularly in the summer.
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(Leak) PS Plus games for May are just brutal!
The games offered by the subscription to Sony's PlayStation Plus service for the month of May seem to have already given an air of thanks! And if it's really true … They're brutal! Really great offers, especially if you've never had a chance to try one of these titles.
After all, a new month means at least 2 more free games for fans of the Sony PlayStation world. Well, and as it is also more and more normal, it seems that we already had access to the games of May 2020, the month we hope to mark the end of the mandatory quarantine. In short, it seems that we are going to say goodbye to this imprisonment in the best way!
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