Fans who have pre-ordered The Last of Us: Part II and Iron Man VR have begun to receive pre-orders as Sony has begun to remove both games from the PlayStation Store amidst their respective delays due to COVID-19.
If you’ve had either The Last of Us Part II or Iron Man VR pre-ordered through the PlayStation Store, you can expect to be receiving a refund here rather soon. Sony has already de-listed both games, which were expected to launch rather soon, Iron Man VR was supposed to launch on May 15th, 2020, with The Last of Us Part II expected to launch only fourteen days later on May 29th, 2020.
Neil Druckmann, creative director of The Last of Us: Part II took to Twitter a few days ago to make the official announcement.
Extremely sad to deliver this news to y’all. Ultimately, the situation is out of our control. We hope you understand. Stay safe out there. ❤️ https://t.co/fqvp6sraX6
— Neil Druckmann (@Neil_Druckmann) April 2, 2020
While it is clear that the game will launch as soon as they can get it to, it should also be known that we could see the game getting a bit more dusting off before this fall. Sony has not commented whether to not Naughty Dog will be pushing for a PlayStation 5 release or not.
Fans of Iron Man VR will have to wait a bit longer and maybe expect the game to launch later this year, giving them a VR experience that they’ll enjoy, even if it takes a little longer than expected.
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