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The Last of Us Part II Gets Extended Commercial


Ahead of its launch on June 19 for the PlayStation 4, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Naughty Dog have released an extended commercial for The Last of Us Part II.

In this commercial, series protagonist Ellie plays New Order’s “True Faith” on guitar while flashbacks to previous events run through her mind. She must pursue vengeance after a traumatic event and confront the devastating emotional and physical repercussions of her actions.

You can watch it below:

The Last of Us Part II – Official Extended Commercial | PS4

Set five years after 2013’s The Last of Us, players will take on the role of a 19-year-old Ellie, who must contend with a mysterious Christian cult in a post-apocalyptic United States, with large portions of the game set in Seattle.

The game has players wielding firearms, utilizing stealth, and utilizing improvised weapons to fight against hostile humans and cannibalistic creatures that have been infected by the Cordyceps fungus.

According to Director and Writer Neil Druckmann:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]”We’re making a game about the cycle of violence and we’re making a statement about violent actions and the impact they have … [the idea] was for the player to feel repulsed by some of the violence they are committing themselves.”[/testimonials]
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