Before The Last of Us Part II was postponed indefinitely by Sony, Troy Baker, the actor who voices Joel, talked about the successful sequel and said he doesn’t know if people will like it or like it, but he does know people will not feel indifferent about it. While talking to Fandom before the BAFTA Awards Ceremony, the actor behind The Last of Us Part II’s co-main character talked about the feeling in Naughty Dog now that the release date of the game is almost upon us. It is worth noting that the interview took place before the game was delayed.Troy Baker On The Last Of Us Part II: ‘I Don’t Know If People Will Like It Or Hate It’
“So here we are now – I think three or four years from the moment he first had an idea – to be literally days away from releasing it,” says Baker. “And again we find ourselves in the same position of: I don’t know if people will like it or they will hate it, but they certainly won’t be ambivalent about it.” Of course, since the game has not yet been released, we do not know how big of a role Joel will play in the sequel to Naughty Dog’s 2013 survival horror blockade, as he is barely released in one of the pre-made footage. Now that the game has been delayed, we will have to wait even longer to see what the developers have to see the lead for the first game.