The Last of Us 5 New Screenshots + Gameplay Demo Details Wrap-Up

The Last Of Us Screenshots 5

Here are the 5 latest The Last Of Us screenshots and a wrap-up of the gameplay demo shown to the press

The PlayStation 3 Exclusive The Last of Us Screenshots

Gameplay Demo Wrapup

Last month saw information about the PlayStation 3 exclusive, The Last of Us, come out across various websites. Now, Community Strategist at Naughty Dog – Arne Meyer – comments on the news and brings it all together in one place.

The gameplay demo that was shown off to the press begins by showing off Joel and Ellie – the two main characters in the game – driving down a highway before encountering a survivor who is hurt. Joel accelerates towards the survivor, only for the survivor to shoot at Joel and miss while breaking the windshield. Immediately afterwards a bus comes tumbling down towards them.

The gameplay begins, with Joel and Ellie immediately confronted by the survivors. While Joel is fighting one of the survivors, the others being to shoot at Joel. Eventually Joel manages to grab his gun, forcing a shootout to take place behind cover. Joel runs out of ammo, causing a survivor to rush Joel before Ellie stuns the survivor by throwing a brick resulting in Joel taking out the survivor.

However, this was only the first group of survivors. A batch of survivors enter the convenience store. Joel and Ellie jump out of a window to find a way to survive. Both characters decide to take out the survivors, defeating them all one-by-one.

With the other survivors dead, Joel and Ellie begin to scour the environment anything that might be useful to them. They go through the building where the survivors were camped out while killing innocent people, to another roadway with abandoned vehicles. They decide, to get out, they have to head the bridge even though there will be more danger.

Second team developing The Last of Us, “operate independently”

Naught Dog have previously revealed that they created a new, second team to work on The Last of Us. The reasoning for this was so that two teams could “operate independently of one another,” according to Naughty Dog co-president Evan Wells. Other companies were also trying to hand-pick employees after Uncharted 2, hoping to bringing similar success along.

Published: Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 Last Modified: April 29, 2012

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