The new HBO series The Last of Us promises to be emotional. (Image Source: HBO)
HBO is finally showing moving images from the highly anticipated The Last of Us series. The scenes feature two Game of Thrones stars in their new roles as Joel and Ellie. One of the most emotional moments of the PlayStation hit is also teased.
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The Last of Us: HBO shows scenes from the series
In a trailer compilation, the streaming provider HBO wants to show what it has to offer now and in the future. In addition to the fire-breathing dragons from House of the Dragon, there are also the first scenes from the Series based on the PlayStation hit The Last of Us to see.
However, the short teaser is still very reserved. Still, fans get a good first look at the two series heroes Joel and Ellie. Both Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey were able to shine in Game of Thrones. Now they have to deal with mushroom zombies, who also make a brief appearance in the teaser.
You can watch the teaser here. At minute 1:42 the scenes of The Last of Us start:
The Last of Us: First Scenes from the HBO Series
The Last of Us: Series promises emotional moments
The teaser shows a dialogue between Joel and Ellie, with the already one of the most emotional moments of the game is hinted at. However, the scene shown in the game itself has it all. In his commentary, GIGA expert Sanel Rihic explains why a certain passage in The Last of Us keeps blowing him away. Caution! The article contains spoilers for the game. However, we now know from the series that the story of the game is not intended to be told in exactly the same way. For the adaptation to the television, the story should above all be expanded.
Fans of The Last of Us have a lot to do in the near future. In addition to the HBO series, the remake of the first game will be released on September 2nd under the name The Last of Us Part 1. After the launch on the PlayStation 5, a PC version will follow. One of the developers is giving fans without a PS5 hope that they won’t have to wait too long.