Naughty Dog has introduced it will be celebrating The Last of Us Day – its annual hat tip to the group – once more this 12 months, however has warned followers to not count on any game or TV present news.
This 12 months’s The Last of Us Day (which, in case you’re unfamiliar, occurs on 26th September to commemorate the in-game date the Cordyceps an infection reached essential mass) coincides with the collection’ tenth anniversary, which means some followers had been hoping developer Naughty Dog would possibly have a couple of extra-special reveals to mark the event.
Unfortunately, in a tweet clearly supposed to handle expectations forward of time, Naughty Dog wrote, “We’re celebrating with a The Last of Us Day stream tomorrow… featuring announcements focused on art, merch, and more. While we’re honouring the series’ 10-year legacy, we will not be discussing any future game or TV show projects.”
Not that an absence of news on both is all that shocking; earlier this 12 months, Naughty Dog introduced its long-in-works The Last of Us multiplayer game would want “more time” earlier than it is able to be revealed, whereas Season 2 of HBO’s vastly widespread live-action adaptation has been on maintain because of this of the US writers strike.
Still in case you’re within the temper for a bit of a tenth anniversary shindig, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Day stream begins tomorrow, 26th September, at 5pm within the UK/9am PT.