During the past day N released a small teaser of The Last of Us Part 2 (viewable at the end of the news) which shows the clock of Joel, visibly broken with pieces of chipped glass and the hands stopped at a precise time that move at regular intervals. The question that is legitimate to ask is: Will it be a coincidence that the clock shows precisely that time?
In fact, the time that you read on the dial marks the 2: 15, the first intuition we had is that it concerns the numbers, in particular the release date; if we translate these two numbers into month and day (since in America it is customary to put the month first and then the current day), the result is February 15, 2020. Too bad that, being that day a Saturday it seems difficult to predict a hypothetical output on the weekend.
Other conjectures that we have managed to make using these numbers have however always turned out not to be congruent with the release of a prominent exclusive; Sony usually releases its best titles on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Fridays.
Since tonight's event is very close, we prefer to keep our minds steady and wait impatiently for a real release date revealed by Naughty Dog himself. The event State of Play is around the corner, as is the new title of The Last of Us 2.
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- Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) September 23, 2019