A little over a year ago, the PlayStation 3 version of The Last of Us came to the PS4.
The next-gen console is set to arrive later this year, with the next-generation versions of Splinter Cell and The Last Of Us due to arrive sometime in 2019.
And the future looks bright for the PlayStation Vita.
According to an official announcement from Sony this week, Sony will release The Last Day on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in 2018.
The game was released in the Americas and Europe earlier this year.
It looks like the game will be coming in English and French for both platforms.
The game will feature four-player online co-op and online play, and it will be free to download.
There are a few other interesting details in the announcement.
For starters, the game is coming to PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Xbox One.
Secondly, the developers are calling the game “a game about people and their experiences, but in the future it will also be about something else.”
The developer is also announcing that The Last Days story will be made up of four parts: “the beginning, the middle, the end, and the unknown.”
This means that the game could be released in multiple versions, each with its own story.
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