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HBO releases the first full trailer for Last of Us, with clicks and a lot of severity

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What just happened? For those unaware, yesterday (September 26) was The Last of Us Day, an occasion marked by HBO releasing the first full trailer for the game’s television adaptation. Those who played the first title from 2013, or its remake/remaster, may recognize several scenes. We also get our first proper look at the show’s clickers.

The dialogue-free trailer recreates the grim atmosphere of the games, with Joel and Ellie, played by Game of Thrones alumni Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsay, traversing the devastated landscape of the US while avoiding infected humans who have been mutated by a parasitic fungus. known as Cordyceps brain infection.

Any television adaptation of a video game raises concerns about whether it will do justice to the source material: the terrible Resident Evil series was canceled after just one season in the wake of some very negative reviews. But there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic that Last of Us will be something special.

In addition to the excellent cast, including Parks and Recreation’s Nick Offerman, the show was written by Craig Mazin, responsible for the Chernobyl miniseries, voted one of the best TV shows of all time, and Neil Druckmann, writer and director of the game. .

The trailer also gives us a glimpse of how the show portrays clickers. They seem like an accurate recreation of the game versions, right down to the distinctive noises that strike fear into the players who hear them.

In addition to the trailer, Naughty Dog also fallen some other Last of Us content yesterday. Includes a lot of gifs created by the games’ animators, who remade some of your favorite GIFs with the LoU characters. There are also some wallpapers for desktops, phones, and tablets.

The Last of Us is set to release on HBO and HBO Max in early 2023. In the meantime, PS5 owners can try The Last of Us: Part I Remake, though it’s debatable whether those who played the remaster will be happy to spend $ 70 on this. prettier version.


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