We already have a date! The Sony Corporation has now confirmed the final launch date of the most awaited and anticipated games (Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us Part II) for PlayStation 4. The Last of Us Part II, As confirmed in a press release on the PlayStation blog, The Last of Us 2 will release on June 19. The rest of ps4 exclusive games, Ghost of Tsushima, will be launch on July 17. Thus ends the long wait, which has lasted for years, of two of the most anticipated games of this 2020. With the permission of the recently released Final Fantasy VII Remake.
The Last of Us Part II is the continuation of one of the best-selling PS3 and PS4 game. Created by Naughty Dog, the developer of another great saga, Uncharted, The Last of US is an action-oriented survival sort of a game that shows the difficulties of Joel & Ellie. Both survivors of a pandemic that turns humans into a kind of cannibalistic creature.
After a delay of one year approximately, the original release date fell amid confinement. Well, Sony decided to delay due to some reason. It will finally be launch on June 19. Ghost of Tsushima is also a PS4 exclusive games on that platform we played the last samurai on the island of Tsushima. During the Mongol invasion of Japan in 1274. It will release on July 17.
Coinciding with this good news, this week’s number 346 of Hobby Consoles magazine is on sale at newsstands. Including a spectacular double poster of The Last of Us II.
Hobby Consolas 346 is now on sale, with Final Fantasy VII Remake as the undisputed protagonist. In addition to analyzing it, we remember the gestation of the 1997 PlayStation original. And we value its impact, along with other role-playing games that also set trends. Beside him, Xbox Series X and Sony PS5 shine, to which we have devoted an extensive report. Besides, we assess the repercussions of the cancellation of E3. And we analyze the latest releases, we anticipate the ones that are about to fall. You will find all that and more in this issue, which is accompanied by a double poster of The Last of Us: Part II.
The number 346 of Hobby Consolas is already in the kiosks, and Final Fantasy VII Remake is its undisputed protagonist. We are talking about the review of one of the most beloved and influential games in history. So we have not settled for analyzing its updating given that the 1997 PlayStation initially contributed like no other to popularizing the role-playing genre worldwide. We have prepared a ten-page report in which we remember the keys to that game (such as the CG scenes. The Spanish translation or the division into several discs) and nine other RPGs that also set trends. Such as Chrono Trigger, World of Warcraft, Phantasy Star Online, or Pokémon Red-Blue.