After a huge leak of media coverage in The Last of Us Part II, the game finally reached the GOLD stage and will be ready to be posted to fans soon. In response to the leak, director Neil Druckmann once again assures the actors that Nothing compares to the game play experience.
The TLOU2 leak has created much controversy, with many dismissing the game as "terrible" based on what they learned when it leaked. Apart from going to the gang, there are those who feel that the political agenda of the game is very much present.
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For those of you unfamiliar with the term, the game reaches the Gold category when it's completely done, and is ready to be put on discs and ready for digital release. In the meantime, all Naughty Dog has to do to wait for the game is officially launched on June 19th.
The main point that Naughty Dog tried to make was that the leak, while accurate, was only to paint a small part of the image, and was clearly written in a way that it was intended to make the entire development team look bad. Unfortunately, Druckmann and his company are in a strange situation, as they cannot completely repair the damage caused by the leak without explaining and further damaging the game.
Druckmann and his team are very proud of the game they've made and wish nothing more than fans to give it a try instead of letting the leak ruin the idea of the game.
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Of course, all of this comes during a storm of studio-related controversy that could seriously damage the cost and cost of making the game more ambitious than The Last of Us Part II, leaving many fans unsure. it was considered a sure success.
Today, it is still too early to make a definitive decision on TLOU2 and whether its political agenda stands in the way of the emotional issues that fans of the first game love. The best course for each follower is to make a game of his or her own opinion rather than decide before trying it.
The Last of Us Part II will be available on June 19 only on PS4.