There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the sequel to the PlayStation 4 hit, The Last Of Us. While Naughty Dog, voice actor Nolan North, and creator Neil Druckmann have all had their own slips about whether or not The Last Of Us 2 was actually in development, it was never entirely clear if a game was coming or what sort of priority it was. While there has been some unconfirmed chatter about the supposed sequel, Naughty Dog has finally released a trailer that gives us the first clear idea of what we're going to get. There's still more that we don't know however, so here's a rundown of what we know, and what we think we know, about The Last of Us Part 2.

What We've Seen From The Last Of Us 2

While many questions remained unanswered, there is one place that we can get real information about what The Last of Us 2 is about. Check out the announcement trailer above. It's of a significant length but doesn't tell you a lot, except that the tone of this game may be even darker than the first title. In multiple interviews and Q&A sessions, director Neil Druckmann did reveal that while the game will be a lot darker than the first one in terms of its tone of focusing on "hate," that there would be juxtaposed moments that are hopeful and uplifting as well, which was revealed during a panel at the 2017 PSX event.

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