Naughty Dog has dropped a huge surprise on gamers yesterday when they revealed a trailer for The Last of Us Part 2 at Sony's Playstation Experience alongside a new Uncharted game. There is no release date given for The Last of Us part 2 but what we can take from the trailer is that Ellie and Joel will be returning in this game. However, what becomes of them or any companions they meet or know from the last game or this one, is yet to be seen. The Last of Us part 2 will be a Playstation 4 exclusive.
Here is the trailer below.
What are your thoughts on the trailer?
Yesterday was Day 1 of the Playstation Experience and SEGA held back no punches. Dropping a duel-game trailer on us for Yakuza Kiwami, which is a remake of the original PS2 title "Yakuza" completely remade on Playstation 4 with additional never before seen content added to the game. This remake was released earlier in the year in Japan. Once they showed off Yakuza Kiwami they cut to another scene of Haruka, one of the series main protagonists in a hospital bed and you see Kiryu on the phone with someone. After some dialogue the screen slams "Yakuza 6: The Song of Life" on screen and then shows that Yakuza Kiwami will be dropping Summer 2017. Which means we will be getting two Yakuza games this upcoming year with the release of Yakuza Zero finally hitting the west on January 24th, 2017 followed by Kiwami later in the summer. Yakuza 6 will be hitting our shores early 2018.
It's a great time to be a Yakuza fan! Here is the trailer for you to enjoy....
Could Activision be giving us two Call of Duty titles next year in 2017? Due to the voice actors strike that is currently affecting Call of Duty, there was a list of games affected and two of them were listed as Call of Duty: Stronghold and Call of Duty: Lethal Combat, respectively. Could these be codenames for upcoming titles in 2017? Or could this be codenames for both 2017 and 2018's titles?
Could this just be two codenames for the same title? Do you think this is for Sledgehammer's new title in 2017?
Nintendo has confirmed that they will be holding their Nintendo Switch live presentation on January 12th, showcasing the software lineup and price.
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