We don't know a whole lot about The Last of Us: Part II, but we arguably don't need to. It's going to be another hard hitting thriller from Naughty Dog, and for many, seeing the continued story of Ellie and Joel will be more than enough. Of course, one thing we do know is that multiplayer mode Factions will be making a return, and a recent job listing sheds a tiny bit of light on this aspect of the game.
Spotted by DualShockers, the job specification for Multiplayer Server Programmer states the following:
We are looking for a server programmer who loves constructing a scalable, stable, and secure ecosystem of services for players to enjoy. You will usher them through the entire multiplayer experience, from first login, through matchmaking, and then granting rewards players can use to customize their characters in the store. As one of the caretakers of the live environment, you will be a critical part of the team that launches the game’s services.
It's hardly revolutionary, but it appears that players will be able to customise their survivors via an in-game store. We imagine this will operate similarly to Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, meaning there will likely be some microtransactions for cosmetic goodies. We'll obviously have to wait and see what Sony says -- hopefully we'll learn much more this year.