Waiting for “The last of us ” part 3!
he last of us was launched in the year 2014. It’s developed by ‘ Naughty Dog’ and is published by Sony Computer Entertainment, designed by Jacob Minkoff. Being a multiplayer game, as expected it’s first part was a huge success amongst fans. We waited for 6 years to get it’s a second part and it was released in June 2020 and it clearly outreached our expectations ( it was totally worth waiting for! ). And now we are finding it hard to wait for part 3 and get our hands on it. The developers haven’t made any announcement about it, but we are hoping to hear some great news soon .pic credit : Wikipedia
‘ The last of us ‘ is all about dead people causing cataclysm all around. In the initial part of the game, we see a 12-year-old girl named ‘ Sarah ‘ living with her dad ‘Joel’ in the suburbs of Austin, Texas. Sarah gifts her father a lovely watch for his birthday and goes off to sleep. She awakes with a phone call and finds it her uncle ‘ Tommy’.He asks Sarah to go downstairs and find her dad. As soon as Sarah goes downstairs she hears a massive explosion and sees her neighbor Jimmy barging in. Joel shoots him, considering him to be dangerous and sick. Later we see Tommy, Joel, and Sarah trying escape in search of a safe refuge, but they are being chased by sick patients. Three of them tries to rush but in all the chaos Sarah gets shot and dies. 19 years later we see a naïve girl Ellie entering a military school, subsequently, we see Joel forming a fatherly relationship with Ellie and trying to fill the void of his lost daughter. Joel gets protective for and Ellie tries to save her from cataclysm.
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Portrayal of LGBT
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Apart from the fact that Part 2 was an amazingly designed game, it also gained immense praise and support for other reasons too that is, one of its main character ‘Ellie ‘ is shown as lesbian and its portrayal has been done in such a creative manner, where she isn’t suffering from any form of identity crises ( something we are habitual of seeing ).