After being quiet for over a year, Naughty Dog recently announced that The Last of Us Part II will be a part of Tuesday's State of Play stream, which will begin at 1 PM Pacific, 4 PM Eastern. In addition to the announcement, the Sony-owned studio has been releasing daily teasers, with each one being centered around one of the game's main characters.\r\n\r\nOn Monday, the devs decided to share a teaser that was directly related to Joel, as it featured a photo of the watch that his daughter, Sarah, gave him at the beginning of the first game. On top of that, the post's caption is what Joel asked Ellie in the reveal trailer for The Last of Us Part II.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Naughty_Dog\/status\/1176149354689835009\r\n\r\nAfter revealing the game back at 2016's PlayStation Experience event, Naughty Dog creative director Neil Druckmann said that Ellie, not Joel, will be the main playable character in The Last of Us Part II. Of course, this doesn't mean that we won't get to take control of another character at some point, all it means is that, for the most part, we'll be playing as Ellie.\r\n\r\nWith Ellie being the main focus of The Last of Us Part II, Joel has largely been left out of all the trailers. But, that is likely about to change during PlayStation's State of Play stream on Tuesday.\r\n\r\nAccording to a Swiss retailer, who has since pulled the listing, The Last of Us Part II is currently scheduled to be released on February 28, 2020. Also, the game will release with three different editions: Standard Edition, Special Edition, and Collector's Edition, all of which were revealed by the aforementioned Swiss retailer.\r\n\r\nIf the date in the listing ends up being correct, then Naughty Dog will likely reveal the release date for The Last of Us Part II during Tuesday's stream. Also, Sony probably wants to reveal the release date in the biggest way possible, which means that Joel will finally be shown in action.\r\n\r\nAlso on Tuesday, the media will reportedly get to see and experience three hours of new gameplay from The Last of Us Part II. Of course, this hasn't yet been confirmed, but if it's true, then that could mean that the devs are going to show the media what TLOU 2's multiplayer looks like.\r\n\r\nSome are predicting that, in addition to a release date announcement, Naughty Dog will announce a multiplayer beta for The Last of Us Part II, which is something that they did before Uncharted 4: A Theif's End came out back in 2016.