E3 Trailer: ‘The Last of Us Part 2’ Shows Off Stealth Gameplay


This year Sony, who makes the Playstation, made a decision to open their conference with a trailer for the hotly anticipated game "The Last Of Us 2". She's had a chance to be a teenager and forge lasting relationships.

The big picture: Crafting a sequel to a game as beloved as The Last of Us is no easy task but judging from what we've seen so far, it looks as though Naughty Dog is certainly on the right path. Druckmann would confirm that Ellie is the game's only playable character. Oddly enough, Joel - the previous game's protagonist - has not appeared in the game yet.

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The trailer itself looks fairly interesting, though, with up to six players racing against each other at the same time. Among the news to come out of Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference was that of a new Trials game.

We've been teased with a breath taking reveal trailer of The Last Of Us Part 2, with Ellie killing it on a guitar, then teased again with the more elusive, mystery-surrounding trailer featuring *ahem* Ellie's mum.

The highly anticipated title was the opener for Sony's press conference, introduced by a banjo rendition of the main theme song of "The Last of Us".

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Naughty Dog during Sony's PlayStation Experience event in late 2016 announced the follow-up to action-adventure survival horror game The Last of Us. This particular snippet framed a stealthy creep-and-kill sequence as a flashback Ellie flashes through while she wrestles with her sense of identity during a community dance.

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