Sony figured out who leaked The Last of Us Part II spoilers


‘They are not affiliated with Naughty Dog or SIE’

If you’re lucky, you’ve managed to avoid spoiler-filled leaks for The Last of Us Part II and you’ll be able to keep your blissful ignorance going until June 19 when the high-profile sequel launches on PlayStation following a logistics-driven delay from Sony. But some of us have not been so fortunate.

Honestly, I’d tread carefully – as much as you can – anywhere you see the game discussed, whether it’s Twitter, YouTube, forums, or even comment sections here. Nitty-gritty plot details are running wild everywhere. On Monday, Naughty Dog expressed its disappointment in “a message from the studio.”

The situation is still unfolding to this day, and I have to believe it’ll only snowball from here on out, but Sony has shared a public-facing update. In a statement today, a company representative said that Sony Interactive Entertainment “has identified the primary individuals responsible for the unauthorized release of [The Last of Us Part II] assets. They are not affiliated with Naughty Dog or SIE.”

That’s all we’ve got to go on for now, as the “information is subject to an on-going investigation.” The launch plan remains the same, though. The Last of Us Part II is still releasing on June 19.

Sony says it knows who leaked The Last of Us Part 2 [Polygon]