If there’s one title many fans are waiting for, it’s got to be “The Last Of Us Part II,” the sequel to Naughty Dog’s highly acclaimed game for the PlayStation. It has been almost six years since the first installment was released, but until now, the sequel is nowhere to be found.

If a listing from a videogame retailer outside the U.S. is to be believed, however, it seems that the waiting time is coming to an end.

A European videogames retailer named ProGamingShop recently unveiled the release date for CR Projekt Red’s upcoming first-person perspective RPG, “Cyberpunk 2077,” ComicBook reported. Some curious fans looked into their listings, and discovered that the retailer has also “revealed” a release date for “The Last Of Us Part II.”

The listing said Naughty Dog’s anticipated title is due out on Sept. 27 this year. The rumored release date is still there as of time of writing.

Is it legitimate?

ComicBook noted that the release date seems logical for two reasons: first is the fact that most big games are released on a Friday. Second is the fact that Sony Interactive Entertainment seems to have a big gap in its Fall 2019 games lineup.

These reasons are, of course, debatable. First, the outlet said some big games are released on a Tuesday, which could mean that the listing isn’t really reliable. Second, should Sony fill the Fall 2019 lineup gap with other titles such as the “MediEvil Remake” or “Concrete Genie,” it would be very likely for Ellie to show up at a later time.

The ProGamingShop listing could very well be made for some reasons. It’s entirely possible that the game will be released sooner than everyone expected, or the game retailer simply made a mistake and said the game will be released in September.

Worse, the listing could just be a means to get more people to visit their website. Because of this, fans are advised to take the “leak” with a grain of salt.

It’s a wrap

What’s more, Naughty Dog Vice President Neil Druckmann announced a few days ago that they’ve just finished wrapping up “the most ambitious cinematic shoot [they’ve] ever done.” This announcement means the game could be afar off, leading us to believe that the title will be released in 2020.

The Last of Us Part 2 The teaser trailer for "The Last of Us Part 2" showing Ellie. Photo: Sony PlayStation/Naughty Dog