The Last of Us: Part II is scheduled to be released in just a few weeks in practically all markets, which may not include several in the Middle East and Africa without a specific reason for its prohibition.
Ghostechful, a Reddit user from Dubai, asked Sony about it after realizing that just a month before the release of the production of Naughty Dog was not yet available on the PlayStation Network Store, being informed by the Japanese company of emirate title ban.
But not only the inhabitants of this state of the Arabian peninsula would find it difficult to access the exclusive PS4, but also several in the MENA region, which brings together countries and territories in the Middle East and North Africa, from Iran to Morocco.
Twisted Voxel recalls in a recent informative piece of the strict censorship that exists on videogames in the area, especially in everything related to content on nudes and sex, which have already been confirmed by the ESRB, and LGTB.
Apart from these problems, a special State of Play dedicated to The Last of Us: Part 2 is planned for tomorrow Wednesday with 25 minutes of gameplay. Today, on the other hand, we have known that the analyzes will begin to be published from June 12, one week before their launch scheduled for June 19.