After waiting to hear something new for over a year, Naughty Dog finally dropped a ton of news regarding The Last of Us Part II earlier this week, with the most important bit being the game's release date, as they revealed that the highly anticipated Sony exclusive will come to the PlayStation 4 on February 21, 2020. \n \nIn addition to revealing the game's release date, Naughty Dog shared another story trailer for the game, and in it, we finally got our first look at Joel, the first game's main protagonist, on the current generation. Also, Sony shared some gameplay footage from the recent behind closed doors event where members of the media were able to experience two new levels in The Last of Us Part II. \n \nAfter announcing the game's release date, Sony revealed that The Last of Us Part II will have four different editions upon release: Standard Edition ($59.99), Special Edition ($79.99), Collector's Edition ($169.99), and Ellie Edition ($229.99). If you prefer to go digital instead of getting a hard copy, Sony also announced that there will be a Digital Deluxe Edition ($69.99). \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=fhMma6QzR3E \n \nAs for what you'll get with each different edition, well, you'll get the following, depending on which edition you purchase: PS4 dynamic theme, set of six PSN avatars, digital soundtrack, digital artbook, ammo capacity upgrade, crafting training manual, 12-inch Ellie statue, Ellie's backpack, Ellie's bracelet, logo patch, lithograph artbook and thank you letter, vinyl record including tracks from the game's soundtrack, five stickers, and six enamel pins. \n \nIn a Best Buy listing that has since been taken down, The Last of Us Part II was listed as a two-disc game, with one of the discs presumably being for installation, similar to what Rockstar did with Red Dead Redemption 2. Several months ago, Neil Druckmann, who is the game's co-creator, said that The Last of Us Part II is Naughty Dog's most ambitious game to date, so it spanning two discs upon release makes sense. \n \nWhile The Last of Us Part II won't be a big, open-world game like Red Dead Redemption 2 was, the file size might be similar. Moreover, according to the members of the media who attended the recent behind closed doors gameplay event, the game is very open, as there's more than just one way to go about taking down enemies and completing your objectives. \n \nAs previously mentioned, The Last of Us Part II is currently scheduled to hit the PlayStation 4 on February 21, 2020.