Published On: Fri, Aug 4th, 2017

Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II May Be Set in Seattle, Washington

The Last of Us Part II, a rarely expected supplement to 2013’s Game of a Year, was suggested late final year during a PlayStation Experience event.

We don’t unequivocally know most about Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II, so fans have been actively scouring a small element accessible in a hunt for hints.

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It turns out that a diversion competence really good be set in Seattle, Washington, according to Reddit user falconbox. Concept art and stills from a exhibit trailer have been compared to real-life cinema and a formula are impressive.

The comparisons start with parking signs as good as a trees seen in a exhibit trailer, that can be both found in a Seattle area.

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Things get some-more engaging with this open parking from an central judgment art, that can be found on Seattle’s 1st Avenue.

Moreover, maps have also been drawn to illustrate that a timberland area seen in a central The Last of Us Part II trailer could be indeed a park located nearby that open parking.

What’s engaging to note is that The Last of Us finished with Joel and Ellie behind during Tommy’s allotment in Jackson, Wyoming. According to Google Maps, that’s some 860 miles divided from Seattle.

Then again, The Last of Us Part II is set 5 years after a strange game. Ellie, once again played by Ashley Johnson, will be a lead playable impression this time around. Game Director and Writer Neil Druckmann pronounced that if a initial installment was about love, this supplement will be about hatred – that is copiousness apparent already from a really initial trailer.

Of course, it’s also probable that Seattle is only one of a locations we’ll revisit in The Last of Us Part II, only like in a strange title. Still, a Pacific Northwest of a United States seems to be a renouned environment these days for games, if we consider about Alan Wake, Infamous Second Son, Life is Strange, Days Gone and many others.

There’s still no recover date for The Last of Us Part II, though all signs so distant indicate to a late 2018 or early 2019 launch.

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