Last of Us 2: Players killing the game’s ostensibly unkillable NPCs, Tommy and Nora, can be seen in an entertaining bug compilation that recently appeared online. Players are discovering strange bugs in The Last of Us 2.
The Last of Us 2 was released in June 2020 and received generally positive reviews from critics. The Last of Us 2 received mixed reviews from fans because of some of its story decisions. However, the video’s focus on Tommy, a returning character, and Nora, a new character, indicates that players find the characters to be a significant draw.
The player follows Tommy as he runs away from his pursuers in this scene from The Last of Us 2. Usually, the player won’t be able to get to Tommy in time before he closes the shutter seen in the clip.
A situation where the AI is at a loss for what to do as the player dives under the shutter. They can usually attack Tommy and eventually kill him by choking him, despite his continued importance to the plot.
The absolute hilarity, though, comes with the following glitch. A molotov cocktail is thrown into the scene’s projection area. Nora appears in flames as soon as it starts, strolling into view as if she hadn’t just caught fire.
Would you play The Last of Us Part 2 Director’s Cut on PS5? pic.twitter.com/FvxK4Zhx9j
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She ragdolls and flies out of the screen as she dies a moment later. The cutscene continues as usual, with Ellie brandishing her weapon and acting as if Nora is still around. Nora keeps talking in an even more surreal twist, turning the whole thing into a farce. Just picture that happening in The Last of Us TV show on HBO.
As previously mentioned, a television adaptation of the first The Last of Us game will premiere in January 2023, making the franchise a formidable force in the gaming industry. Such is the nature of video games that even a massive budget won’t prevent similar problems from appearing in a potential The Last of Us 3.
Considering The Last of Us Part 3 may have begun its production we could be looking at a 2026-2027 release!
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Eradicating as many of these issues as possible is crucial for story-driven games. Even though they’re hilarious, cut scenes lose some of their impact on the story and may even pull the player out of the action. The sequel to The Last of Us is out now for the PS4.