People who purchased The Last of Us Part II via the PlayStation Store might wonder what’s going on now that the game has been delayed. This is especially true following its PlayStation Store listing being removed, as noted by Push Square. Now, the official PlayStation Support site has confirmed people will be getting their money back. The Last of Us Part II refunds will be heading out to people owed them.
The doling out of The Last of Us Part II refunds will be handled automatically. People don’t need to file for them. PlayStation Support says people will automatically see the credits and receive an email alerting them about the change.
This also applies to another first-party game. Marvel’s Iron Man VR was supposed to be released in May 2020, but was delayed. It has no PlayStation Store listing. Refunds are automatically being sent out.
There is still one eminent Sony game headed to the PlayStation 4 in the next few months: Ghost of Tsushima. The company has not announced if it too will receive a delay following The Last of Us Part II and Marvel’s Iron Man VR. It is supposed to be out on June 26, 2020.
Both The Last of Us Part II and Marvel’s Iron Man VR do not have release dates. The former will be coming to the PlayStation 4, while the later is headed for the PlayStation VR.