The Last of Us: Part II will be a tale of revenge, its director says

Few games pack the emotional wallop of The Last of Us. The tale of a grizzled and grieving survivor of a zombie apocalypse reluctantly agreeing to ferry a child to the resistance, only to find that she has given him a new reason to live, introduced a new maturity to developer Naughty Dog, previously best known for its more lighthearted Crash Bandicoot and Uncharted series. It also gave the company a hit: The Last of Us sold more than 17 million copies, all but ensuring the company would invest in a sequel.

At the end of 2016, Naughty Dog revealed that it was working on The Last of Us: Part II. And at E3 this week, we got our longest look yet at the game: a 12-minute sequence blending cinematics and gameplay footage. A tender moment at…

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