The Last of Us: This is what the games would look like as an anime

The Last of Us: This is what the games would look like as an anime

The Last of Us

Artist Caro Oliveira turned The Last of Us into an anime. Several moments of the two Naughty Dog games were published by the Portuguese in the form of still images on Reddit, giving us an idea of ​​what the PlayStation series could look like as an anime. Since the drawings show important moments in the history of both titles, you have to be careful of spoilers. You can view the gallery by clicking on the link below.

Recommended editorial content Here you will find external content from [PLATTFORM]. To protect your personal data, external integrations are only displayed if you confirm this by clicking on "Load all external content": Load all external content I consent to external content being displayed to me. This means that personal data is transmitted to third-party platforms. Read more about our privacy policy . External content More on this in our data protection declaration. Significant moments from The Last of Us Part 2 - including Abby's revenge on Joel or Dina's emotional words to Ellie before she sets out to find Abby one last time - are part of the work of Caro Oliveira . The Last of Us isn't the only series that the artist has turned into an anime. You can see many more pictures on her profile at Deviant Art. Among other things, Caro Oliveira has also drawn the Netflix series of The Witcher, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, The Legend of Zelda or Game of Thrones as anime.

The Last of Us is currently being adapted as a series - but not as an anime. The project that began shooting in Canada a few weeks ago is being developed at HBO. Fans will see Pedro Pascal, known from The Mandalorian, in the lead role of Joel. Ellie will be played by Bella Ramsey, who was most recently involved in Game of Thrones. Actor Gabriel Luna - in the role of Tommy - is also part of the cast of the film. There is no start date for season 1 of The Last of Us yet.

The Last of Us gets a fan-made anime adaptation

a woman holding a wine glass: The Last of Us Ellie © Provided by GamesRadar The Last of Us Ellie

A fan of The Last of Us has created a series of artworks that turns Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic adventure into an anime. 

2D illustrator Caro Oliveira, who posts their work on Instagram, shared a series of illustrations of The Last of Us in an anime style and the results are incredible. Spanning both The Last of Us and The Last of Us 2, the fan-art features the likes of Joel, Tess, Ellie, Dina, Marlene, Abby, Yara, Lev, and even Riley from the first game’s DLC The Last of Us: Left Behind.

Take a look at the process that went into creating these pieces of art below: 

Some of our favorite pieces of Caro’s work include the artwork of Joel and Ellie's sniper scene, Dina and Ellie’s sentimental moment in the theatre, and Yara and Lev’s emotional meeting on the Seraphite's Island. The artist also has tonnes of other impressive fanart from the likes of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Attack on Titan, and The Witcher, to name a few. 

Naughty Dog fans have gone to great lengths to showcase their love of the series, with some fans opting to create The Last of Us fan films, as well as reimagining the game as a comic or even a pixel game. All of this creativity resulted in Naughty Dog encouraging fans to submit their fan art and other The Last of Us themed creations to their official Tumblr page so that they can share them on their social media accounts. 

Unfortunately, these illustrations were just created for fun. There's been no indication of an actual The Last of Us animated adaptation in the works, but we can still dream. While animation might not be on the cards, The Last of Us is getting a live-action HBO series, and if these set photos are anything to go by it's going to be a good one.  

Need something new to fill the void Joel and Ellie left? Take a look at our games like The Last of Us list. 

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