The forthcoming The Last of Us Part 2 was rated by the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board), the American entity that analyzes games and classifies them according to their content. In the case of the sequel to The Last of Us, the game received an M17 + rating. Therefore, the game is suitable for mature players, preferably aged 17 and up.

This M17 + rating means that the game contains the following elements: blood, intense violence, nudity, sexual content, profanity and drug use. In this way, The Last of Us Part 2 will contain all kinds of elements that are not recommended at all for all ages.

The Last of Us is a franchise that tells the story of an outbreak of a mutant fungus in the United States that infected several people and essentially turned them into zombies. The game tells the story of some of the survivors, the most famous being the protagonists Joel and Ellie.

The Last of Us Part 2 arrives in the second quarter of the year

Originally, The Last of Us Part 2 had a release date set for February 2020. However, like so many other games to come, its development was slightly delayed for improvements in the game.

Therefore, the new release date is May 29, for PlayStation 4. However, it remains to be seen whether the game will have a PlayStation 5 version, as the new console will arrive at the end of the year, close to the festive seasons.

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