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Good News Everyone! Here Are 8 New The Last Of Us Part 2 Screenshots


The Last Of Us Part 2 and Marvel’s Iron Man were delayed indefinitely last week. Sony took this step because of delays being caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). The issues seem to all relate to shipping and distribution, which is why Square Enix sent their copies of Final Fantasy VII Remake so early. However, some good news has risen from this situation as well, we have 8 new screenshots of The Last Of Us Part 2 to gawk at.


This one looks pretty familiar. It seems to be around the end of the last trailer for the game, when Joel stops Ellie from running after her enemies.


This screen needs little description. It’s Ellie and Dina, clearly before everything goes south.


To me this looks like Tommy and Joel rising up to Tommy’s settlement that we see in the first game. I wasn’t sure there were any sections that we get to play as Joel again, but maybe there are?


This screenshot looks like a daylight version of the forest that the mystery woman is nearly hung in. That’s in a different trailer for the game, and ends with infected storming a small group of survivors.


Here we can see that Ellie is visibly upset by Joel’s appearance. Maybe he’s been gone so long that she thought he was dead.


We know that this scene takes place after something happens to Dina and Ellie. Ellie appears to be the only survivor. Maybe Tommy considers Joel dead, which is why he’s offering comfort as a survivor to Ellie?


This is the first time that I’ve seen this guy. He looks to be someone high up in the ranks of Ellie’s targeted faction.


I think this is a flashback to Joel during a time when he was settled with Tommy and Ellie. Note the moth design on the guitar that Ellie has tattooed over her infection scar.

I love these little glimpse into The Last Of Us Part 2. Let us know your thoughts in the comments. 

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