The Last of Us 2 actors Ashley Johnson (as Ellie) and Shannon Woodward (as Dina) described the motion-capture experience of their smooch scene at an E3 Coliseum panel this afternoon. The mo-cap cameras made the kiss unexpectedly tricky, according to Woodward: “There was a lot of sticking. I’d be in the middle of it…
One of the nicest things to come out of this year’s E3 so far has been the kiss that begins (and ends) the new Last of Us 2 trailer. In fact I’m going to go so far as to say it’s the best video game kiss I’ve ever seen.
Sony kicked off its E3 2018 press conference with a showing of The Last Of Us 2, showing a lengthy gameplay sequence that sure was something.
Is part of the next The Last of Us set in Seattle? Internet detectives believe so, after combing through the game’s concept art and comparing it to real-life Washington.
It’s pretty common for some people to ask for less politics in games. Turns out, that’s not really possible, even if you’re just here to kill some zombies.
Poor Ellie. Six years after The Last of Us’s ominous ending, she’s set out to become a budding folk musician but can’t seem to find anybody to jam with. And those dead bodies littered throughout the cabin aren’t helping.
During a panel discussion for The Last of Us Part II at this year’s PSX, the game’s director, Neil Druckmann revealed the whereas the first game was about love, the follow-up would be about “hate.”
Bruce Straley, who co-directed The Last of Us and Uncharted 4, will not have the same role on The Last of Us 2, sources tell Kotaku. His longtime creative partner Neil Druckmann is directing the game.