Sony just dropped the biggest trailer of the night at the Paris Games Week showcase for The Last of Us Part 2. It's a painful and disturbing sight for the faint of heart, but it really sets the tone for the rest of the trailer, which involves a woman having an axe buried into her head.
Two of the women are captured by a group of cultists/fanatics, who try to lynch one and break the other's arm with a hammer in uncomfortably graphic fashion. He questions that, saying, "But she's one of them!" The visual fidelity in the trailer is insane compared to what Naughty Dog has previously shown in their games like Uncharted 4: A Thief's End or Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. That letter remains a source of motivation for the young woman, and she even holds onto her mom's switchblade for additional, meaningful protection.
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Who are these people?!
It also shows that the first trailer, released in December, may have been somewhat of a red herring.
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Still, here's what I do know: the animation is fantastic.
"I can't tell you how satisfying it is to finally be able to say that Ellie and Joel are back for another intense, harrowing, and emotional adventure", Druckmann said. Anyway, yay for more inclusion! However, The Last of Us Part 2's second trailer delves into torture porn realms of excessive gore, and removed from the context of a story exploring the reasoning behind that violence it felt severely jarring to watch. And when will that be, Naughty Dog?
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