Sony has registered domain names for The Last of Us 2 and 3, hinting at the possibility of Naughty Dog's latest survival adventure receiving future sequels.
The domains' registration were reported by Superannuation last night.
Of course, simply registering additional domains doesn't confirm that Sony intends to release sequels to The Last of Us. Publishers regularly register URLs linked to their titles to protect the property.
Last month, EA registered URLs for Battlefield 13 through 20.
The Last of Us is due to go on sale four weeks today on June 14.
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