On the website of the Agency Oddfellows released footage lifted a 20-minute animated film based on The Last of Us. Tape will not work, because Sony, for unknown reasons, decided to cancel the production.
According to the creators, the picture had to tell about the journey of Joel and Ellie from the first part, reminding the fans of the original story, and allowing the newcomers to learn it the first time.
The plot was that the protagonist was a fire somewhere in the woods and started reminiscing about old times. Each episode had a unique visual style, combining “past and present” a single narrative bridge.

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The Last of Us: Part II comes out may 29, just on PS4.