Sony took fans by surprise last Thursday (02) with the news that The Last of Us 2 has been postponed indefinitely. And with the postponement, the Japanese company also decided to remove the game from the PlayStation Store.

The game starring Ellie was available for purchase for $249.99 on the platform. However, if the user now tries to enter the area dedicated to sales of the title, he finds a warning saying that “the page cannot be found”.

When you type “The Last of Us Part II” in the PS Store search bar, the game is also not listed. On the other hand, you can still purchase avatars and themes dedicated to the Naughty Dog game sequence.

It is not known whether people who purchased digital copies of The Last of Us 2 will get their money back, even when the title will return to the platform. For now, Sony has not released an official note on the matter. We contacted the company and, until the publication of the article, we had not received a return.

The Last of Us Part II promises to be an unforgettable gameplay experience, but it will go beyond that. This is suggested by actor Troy Baker, who is responsible for playing Joel in the game.

The actor however, commented that the new game will have a remarkable storyline, to the point of making people question everything. Meanwhile, the title has no definite release date.


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