The Last of Us, the differences between video game and TV series

The Last of Us, the differences between video game and TV series

The Last of Us

The hunt for the last easter egg begins:  with the start of  The Last of Us, the series exclusively on Sky and streaming only on NOW from 16 January, absolutely simultaneously with HBO, the research of the differences between video game and tv series . And we guarantee you won't be disappointed.

In the TV adaptation of Naughty Dog's hit video game, brought to the small screen by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, you'll find a story that closely resembles the source material, albeit detached when necessary, a "complementary" work capable of surprising fans who have appreciated the videogame experience of the title. And in each episode, there will be no shortage of easter eggs, 1:1 references to the work, subtle hints or other deeply curated curiosities. Are you ready to discover them and survive?

if (jQuery("#crm_srl-th_culturapop_d_mh2_1").is(":visible")) { } if (jQuery("#crm_srl-th_culturapop_d_bx2_1" ).is(":visible")) { } The story of The Last of Us needs no introduction, but for the many who have never held a pad to direct Joel or Ellie along the arduous road of survival among the last glimpses of the human race, let's make a brief summary: the world has been brought to its knees by a parasitic fungus that has infected and infested 60% of the global population. Among what remains of human beings, we find a smuggler, Joel, grappling with a rare bargaining chip, Ellie, a girl who will find herself traveling with him across the United States.

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