Neil Druckmann Begins Teasing The Last of Us Part II Reveal at E3

Naughty Dog's popular director of The Last of Us Part II has started to tease the game's next appearance slated for E3.

There’s not been too much news of The Last of Us Part II since its reveal at PlayStation Experience 2016, but that’s about to change during Sony’s press conference at E3. Clearly, fans aren’t the only ones excited to see more of The Last of Us Part II, either, as recently expressed from one of the game’s developers.

Earlier today, Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann, the director of The Last of Us Part II, began teasing the game’s upcoming appearance via Twitter. “T-minus 3 weeks,” stated Druckmann very plainly. Of course, this was in reference to being exactly three weeks away from Sony’s showcase during E3. With the text, he included the now famous image of the Firefly logo spray painted on a stop sign from the original reveal trailer of The Last of Us Part II.

While there’s not necessarily any teasing or hints being dropped from Druckmann in this message, it’s clear that he’s eager to finally show more of what he and the team at Naughty Dog have been working on the past few years. Despite E3 often being seen as an event where fans get to geek out about all of the upcoming releases, it’s often just as exciting for developers who at long last get to show off their projects.

With that said, what are you hoping to see from The Last of Us Part II at E3? Do you think we’ll finally see gameplay? And what about a release date? Be sure to let us know in the comments.

Hopefully, all of these things and more will finally be divulged when we get our next look at the game during Sony’s E3 event on Monday, June 11 at 6PM PT.

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Logan Moore

Logan Moore is the Managing Editor around these parts and enjoys the video game Super Mario Odyssey.

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