Sadly, it was recently revealed by Naughty Dog that The Last of Us Part II, which was originally scheduled to launch on the PlayStation 4 in February, has been delayed until May. This came just a few weeks after revealing the original February 21 release date during Sony's most recent State of Play live stream. \n \nBut, while we wait for what could be the most anticipated Sony exclusive ever, the developers have taken to Twitter to share some of the game's concept art, which you can check out in the images below. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Naughty_Dog\/status\/1197621441048403969 \n \nThree of the four images don't reveal much about the upcoming game, but the photo on the bottom right shows Ellie alongside a dog. Of course, it was recently revealed that enemies will use attack dogs to help sniff players out as they're trying to sneak around potential threats. But, at least as of this writing, we haven't seen anything regarding Ellie having a dog of her own. \n \nEven though Joel will be in The Last of Us Part II, Naughty Dog didn't show him working alongside Ellie during their latest gameplay reveal. So, while it's realistic to expect that Ellie will have a sidekick at certain points, we haven't seen her work with anyone aside from Dina. \n \nAfter the sequel was officially revealed during 2016's PlayStation Experience event, co-writer and creative director at Naughty Dog Neil Druckmann said that Ellie will be the main playable character in The Last of Us Part II. When asked if players will be able to take control of other characters at certain points, Druckmann declined to comment. So, it's possible that, like in the first game, there will be more than one playable character. \n \nIt's probably safe to assume that we'll get to play as Joel for one chapter, but, other than the first game's main protagonist, the only other character that might be playable in The Last of Us Part II is Ellie's mom -- Anna -- who was shown during the game's second story trailer. Since then, we haven't seen anything regarding Ellie's mom, so she may be involved in the game's final trailer before its May release. \n \nThe Last of Us Part II is reportedly twice as long as the first game, which means that it'll take players anywhere between 25 and 40 hours to complete. So, the game's story will cover a lot of ground. \n \nWe're now a little less than six months away from the release of The Last of Us Part II, which is currently scheduled to launch on the PlayStation 4 on May 29, 2020.