Sony Not Yet Ready to Share A Release Timeframe of Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part 2 and More

The company referred to The Last of Us: Part II, Death Stranding and others.

The Last of Us Part II

Last week Sony Interactive Entertainment reported that the action and survival title of SIE Bend Studio, Days Gone, would be delayed so that the development team could polish some details. Well, the news did not come alone and was accompanied by a publication on the official blog of the division where information was revealed on some important titles that are on track to PS4.

Through a publication on the official PlayStation blog in the United States, Sony Worldwide Studios, through Asad Qizilbash, vice president of SIE America, confirmed the delay of Days Gone and addressed the situation of some major releases.

In that sense, the division said that the exclusive title for PlayStation VR, Déraciné, will come on November 6, as planned. This title is a joint effort between SIE, SIE Japan and FromSoftware that represents the debut of renowned director Hidetaka Miyazaki in virtual reality experiences. At the same time, the publication revealed new release dates for Concrete Genie and Everybody’s Golf VR for the spring of 2019.

However, at the end of the publication, Sony’s division of games, responsible for the distribution of exclusive titles for PS4, reported that there are still no conditions to present a release window of important and highly anticipated titles for the console.

In that sense, the information refers to the following: “We know many of you will want to know about key upcoming titles such as the beta for Dreams, Blood & Truth, Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, and The Last of Us: Part II. The studios are hard at work polishing up these epic PS4 games, but we aren’t yet ready to share a release timeframe. When that news is available, rest assured – you’ll be the first to know!”

Thus, it seems that the uncertainty surrounding the next major releases of PS4 will be maintained for a longer period of time and there will be no more than the official information about the estimated dates or periods in which said titles will debut.

Will these titles come only to PS4 or the plan is that they will also come on the next-gen Sony console?