PlayStation Now countdown to January
Sony has confirmed that the Last of Us Part 2 on PS4 will be removed from the PlayStation Now library as part of the January refresh.
We already know that one of the new PS4 games will replace it, and the others will be revealed on January 3.
This usually happens around 4:30 PM GMT, and while there’s little chance that things will turn out differently due to the timing, the holiday shouldn’t affect the reveal.
And fans will be hoping for something big that has the potential to replace a massive first-party exclusive.
We already know that Sony plans to add a new Final Fantasy game to its PlayStation Now library. Final Fantasy XII, The Zodiac Age, is the last FF title added to the service, having released four others earlier in 2021.
The Zodiac Age will debut on January 4, with Sony’s official description adding: “Enter an era of war in the world of Ivalice. The tiny kingdom of Dalmasca, conquered by the Archadic Empire, is left in ruins and uncertainty.
“Princess Ashe, the one and only heir to the throne, is committed to the Resistance to liberate her country.
“Vaan, a young man who lost his family in the war, dreams of flying free through the sky. Join these unlikely allies and their companions in a fight for freedom and fallen royalty as they embark on a heroic adventure to liberate their homeland.”
Sony has confirmed that The Last of Us Part 2, one of the biggest and newest exclusives available on PlayStation Now, will be leaving the library on January 3.
One of the highly anticipated sequels released on PS4 features an expanded story that expands the original post-apocalyptic world into new locations and characters.
The Express gave TLOU2 a solid five out of five for the depth of the story, with an excerpt adding:
“The ramifications of the original game are in play and they are explored by Naughty Dog in a way that is easy to follow and sometimes difficult to watch.
“Some characters have lasted a certain number of days and some characters have grown, but others have been shaped by the world they find themselves in. A new journey unfolds in The Last of Us Part 2, but the balance between hope and fear has shifted .
“While you can easily look back on characters in The Last of Us on what they set out to achieve, the same cannot be said for the sequel.
“Often you can see how something is going to develop without being able to prevent it from unfolding. The Last of Us Part 2 lingers in dark places, and the game can sometimes suffer from the lack of light-hearted charm that was offered in the original.
The Last of Us Part 2 will leave the service on January 3, along with Nioh 2, which was not given an expiration date on its first addition.
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