'The Last of Us' Release Date, News & Update: Official Trailer Reveals 3 Reasons Why It's Worth The Wait? Sony Sales Expected To Do Good?
"The Last of Us" 2 official trailer was formally launched during the recent Sony PlayStation Experience. Based on some reports, it looked impressive.
The official trailer of "The Last of Us" 2 begins with a scene that shows Ellie's shaking hands about to tune and start strumming the guitar, singing a melancholy song. While singing, someone enters the house and walks past a number of mutilated corpses. The figure belongs to Joel, who asks Elli if she is serious about going on with her journey, in which she responded by saying that she is going to find and destroy every one of them.
According to those who have seen "The Last of Us" 2 game's official trailer, it was indeed a magical experience that seldom takes place. "The Last of Us" 2's narrative is also reported to be so rich and was well developed that it is difficult to realize how a sequel could keep up.
But seeing "The Last of Us" 2's Ellie a bit older, and hearing the voice of Troy Barker as Joel is said to inspire and excite everyone. Also Naughty Dog has not released a game yet that lacks an amazing story. Given the number of players that are attached to the "The Last of Us" 2 game, many believe that they will not fail anymore, Independent reported.
Meanwhile, despite the Xbox 360 outselling the PS3, a lot of gamers were encouraged late into the console to buy Sony's gaming device because of "The Last of Us" 2 game. After a couple of unlikely companions, Joel and Ellie, in a post-apocalyptic world, the players were taken into an emotional story that is filled with twists and turns, but was given with a bittersweet ending.
In spite of the game's popularity, Naughty Dog remained quiet over the likely game sequel. But during the PlayStation Experience, writer Josh Scherr revealed that there is a likely sequel, according to report. Watch THE LAST OF US 2 - Official Reveal Trailer (Playstation Experience 2016) PS4
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