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The Last of Us Part II Looks Stunning in New Footage

The Last of Us Part II is easily going to set the benchmark for not only stories, but easily graphics. Naughty Dog continues to impress at every turn.

This video needs almost no introduction. It’s Naughty Dog. They show up to the party whenever they want, and when they do THAT’s when it starts.

This video of the second game in The Last of Us series is showcased of the game captured on a PS4 Pro from the game in development. We know from Uncharted 4 that they managed to keep up with their trailer. And if Uncharted 2 is anything to go by on just how much they can improve an engine from their first game to their second, it’s likely this game will live up to this.

Is this just a cinematic scene? Definitely, but Naughty Dog does all of those in-engine, so what you’re seeing is all in-game (as it currently stands). Will it get some changes? Likely. Will it still be beautiful? Absolutely.

Either way, just watch the trailer and be in awe of just how beautiful it is and wish you could play it now rather than later.

No release date or window is currently known, but The Last of Us Part II was announced at the PlayStation Experience last December, and it’s shaping up to be amazing. Still, very little is known about the game, so stay here for all the latest news as it becomes available.

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By | 2018-01-17T14:43:17+00:00 October 30th, 2017|Featured, feed, News|1 Comment

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Tim has been a gamer since he could hold a controller. Starting out on an Atari and still gaming strong today. Gaming is his biggest passion, but pretty much anything nerdy fits the bill. Serving in the US Air Force, and with a wife and two kids to look after, gaming has become his only escape. Having over 25 years in the industry in one way or another, and a collection of over 2100 games. It's clear he's probably obsessed... wait... scratch that and just forget the last part.