PGW 2017: New Trailer For 'The Last Of Us Part II'

The Last of Us Part 2 trailer is maybe the best thing shown today – watch it here

Instead, we see how the world of The Last of Us is expanding beyond their characters. Tribes seem to have formed following the years and events of the first game, with allegiances between perhaps the dysfunctional Fireflies and whoever opposes them. We're not convinced there's the obvious resemblance that some fans are seeing between the woman in the trailer and Ellie, but there is one last convincing clue: Naughty Dog tweeted out pics of the new characters and their names.

The new video reveal opened up with a tied-up unidentified woman being dragged by two men. Who is the woman who has her "wings clipped"? He questions that, saying, "But she's one of them!"

In the interview below, Neil Druckman talks about how The Last of Us Part II will use a further evolved engine that is the next iteration beyond Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

"This time we wanted to focus on some of the other really important characters".

Arrows flew and darted inside the enemies' bodies, and the young girl still had some fight left in her.

Shortly after the fight with the humans, the three teamed up to face a swarm of Infected that suddenly appeared. A bang to the forehead with a claw hammer, courtesy of The Last of Us Part 2. [This new trailer] speaks to that. The visual fidelity in the trailer is insane compared to what Naughty Dog has previously shown in their games like Uncharted 4: A Thief's End or Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

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