‘The Last of Us: Part II’ shows us an amazing new trailer that confirms its release date: February 21, 2020

My mother with the bomb just released by Sony and Naughty Dog, since we finally know when the expected and promised ‘The Last of Us: Part II’ will arrive : February 21, 2020 , exclusively for PlayStation 4.

But that was not all, since this announcement also came with a new trailer with kinematics and gameplay that let us see more than we can expect in which it is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated titles of recent years .

Joel? Yes! It’s Joel!

As we well know, ‘The Last of Us: Part II’ is one of the most powerful exclusives for Playstation 4 and aims to become one of the latest. Even the rumors indicate that in turn it will also be one of the first major exclusives of the next PlayStation 5, where it will demonstrate the capabilities of the console.

In this new trailer we can see one of the features that are most presumed, which is that change between gameplay and history , where we will jump from the action to conversations and flashbacks . And is that ‘The Last of Us: Part II’ is not only a game, but a kind of interactive film, according to its developers.

Another of the surprises that this trailer leaves us with is that we finally see Joel , which confirms Neil Druckmann’s comments where he anticipated that Ellie and Joel will continue to be the protagonists of this story. It remains to be seen if Joel will somehow be a playable character, although they already mentioned that it will not be so, we do not lose hope.

In addition to this, and to celebrate the release date, Sony confirmed that ‘The Last of Us Remaster’ will be one of the free PlayStation Plus games in October , another bomb that will make those who do not know this jewel go into this terrifying post-apocalyptic world.

Special editions of ‘The Last of Us: Part II’

But this does not end here, since as is usually tradition, Sony has released the editions that will go on sale for ‘The Last of Us: Part II’ . This is a total of five options, from the reservation of the standard edition to an impressive collection edition named ‘Ellie Edition’, which includes a lot of exclusive material and even a collection piece of Ellie playing the guitar.

So far there is no price or dates to reserve the game, but it will be interesting to see how much the ‘Ellie Edition’ will cost, which will surely not be cheap at all.

Which one do they keep?