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Behold Naughty Dog's Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland In New Video For The Last of Us

Posted on Tuesday, April 9 @ 13:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn


You won't find many who will argue against the claim that The Last of Us is one of the year's most gorgeous games. Thanks to the incredible talent and drive for visual excellence at Naughty Dog, the landscape of this upcoming third-person story-heavy survival game will have you engrossed right from the get go.

The studio has released a new entry in its development video series titled "Wasteland Beautiful," which takes a look at the setting of The Last of Us and how it came to be the gorgeous overgrown world we see it as today. If you haven't already done so, give it a look above.

The Last of Us is set to launch on June 14th, exclusively for the PlayStation 3.
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