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The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered PC Version is Rumored to be Ready for Over Six Months

Today, some juicy details have been revealed for one of the most hyped PC releases, The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered, which accordingly is just sitting there fully developed, for more than half a year. If you’ve been wanting to play this game on your PC, it seems like the wait might be longer than necessary.

Our source here is none other than Dealabs user Billbil-kun. If you don’t know who this is, you’re probably new to the gaming leaks scene. This guy’s got a solid track record for revealing game announcements and other info related to the gaming industry ahead of time.

It’s weird to see a game of this caliber just waiting on its release for half a year. The development on the PC version kicked off back in 2021, and further speculations say that Naughty Dog might be holding back the release it with the second season of The Last of Us TV show, slated for 2025, which might hype up its release, just like Bethesda’s Fallout TV show did. Tons of players came back to Fallout, so why not try this out with TLOU 2?

For those who might have missed it, The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered hit the PS5 in January, scoring an impressive 90 on Metacritic. So, it’s safe to say the remastered edition is quite praised and popular, so PC gamers would definitely love to try it out.

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