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GameInformer's March Cover Is The Last Of Us

Posted on Friday, February 3 @ 16:58:52 Eastern by

GameInformer's covers have started trending towards major reveals or first-details of high-profile games from high-profile developers. Naturally, March belongs to highly anticipated adventure title from Naughty Dog, The Last of Us.

That means the cover real came with some new media. Above and below are three brand-new, in-game screenshots from the successor (?) to Uncharted. According to GameInformer, combat involves both melee and ranged combat, with weapons degenerating over time. Ellie (the player-character's daughter) is controlled entirely by AI so the game isn't necessarily a huge escort-mission.

Wondering what city you're looking at above? Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh?



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