Just a few short months lie between us and the release of Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II, and the developers have announced that some lucky fans will soon be able to get their hands on a demo.
Unfortunately, you will have to be in attendance at PAX East 2020, which will start on February 27 in Boston. Playable at the Sony booth, it will be the first time that The Last of Us Part II is playable for the public. PAX East was also where Naughty Dog first let fans play the original in 2013.
Interested convention attendees will need to sign up for a play session through the Experience PlayStation app. Considering it is an appointment for one of 2020’s biggest games, be prepared to fight hard to obtain a slot.
Naughty Dog also revealed more details about the upcoming sequel. The Ellie Edition of the game will be getting a restock soon and be available for pre-order again. In addition, a variety of art prints and collectable statues have been made available for pre-order.
There is also a free dynamic theme out now for the Ellie Edition of the game will soon be getting a restock and will be available for pre-order again. Additionally, a variety of other art prints and collectable statues are currently available for pre-order leading up to the launch of the game later this year.
A new dynamic theme is also free for the PS4 now, and the cool part is that it changes according to time, showing Ellie in two drastically different scenarios.
The Last of Us Part II will launch on May 29, 2020, exclusively on PS4.