Published On: Tue, Sep 26th, 2017

Naughty Dog Reveals New The Last of Us 2 Poster; Dynamic PS4 Theme Based on Reveal Trailer Inbound

Developer Naughty Dog has suggested a new The Last of Us 2 poster, and has announced that a energetic PS4 thesis formed on a game’s exhibit trailer will be released.

Scott Lowe, Naughty Dog’s sr. communications manager announced a news on a central PS Blog and on Naughty Dog’s blog as partial of a fourth The Last of Us Outbreak Day – a date a infection strike vicious mass in The Last of Us.

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“As a follow-up to final year’s poster, we’ve once again teamed adult with artist Kevin Tong and Mondo to emanate an all-new The Last of Us-inspired poster”, Lowe writes. “To safeguard everybody has a possibility to buy one, Mondo is creation a Outbreak Day 2017 print a timed-edition release. Beginning currently during 10:00am PT until Friday, Sep 29 during 10:00am PT, anyone can collect one adult around though fear of it offered out, though after that, it’s gone. Don’t skip it!”

The print can be seen above, and we’ve enclosed a brief video alongside some shots from a arriving energetic PlayStation 4 complement thesis down below:

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Set within a disproportionate area travel and firefly graffiti stop pointer from a introduction sequence, this new energetic thesis facilities ambient audio from a trailer, singular pivotal tones, and charcterised effects. Keep your eyes peeled for it during PlayStation Store.

The Last of Us 2 was announced for PS4 during Sony’s 2016 PlayStation Experience, and is set 5 years after a events of a strange The Last of Us.

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