Sony immediately deleted the PS Store page and stopped collecting pre-orders after the recent postponement of The Last of Us: Part II.
The company has also started to return money to the owners of the novelty now.
By the way, the same applies to the “Iron Man” for PS VR. The page was closed, pre-orders are not accepted, and Sony returned money for those who already bought it.
Closing pre-orders and refunds are related to the policy of PlayStation Store (and many other digital stores). If the project does not have an exact date of release it can not accept pre-orders. That is why the money is refunded.
Both games are primarily postponed because of logistical problems. Production is almost complete but the developers want to avoid sharing the audience by releasing new products only in the digital store.
Naughty Dog expects that The Last of Us: Part II postponed will be short.