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The Last of Us Episode 2: Everything you need to know about, Renewed or Canceled, Cast, Plot, and Released Date.

The Last Of Us is regarded as one of the best narrative-driven videogames to be released in quite some time, so naturally Hollywood is on a mission to adapt this one for the small screen. With creator Neil Druckmann at the helm, The Last Of Us looks set to adapt the unforgettable journey of Joel and Ellie (at least in the first game) or those unaware, the story takes place in a world ravaged by a horrific fungal outbreak.

Joel and Ellie, a pair connected through the harshness of the world they live in, and a duo that is forced to work together as Joel is tasked with transporting Ellie to the Fireflies, a radical group that believes Ellie is the key to their salvation. But can Joel get Ellie there in one piece? If you’ve been following this episode for weeks, you might be curious to see when the next episode premieres. Well, wonder no more! Here is everything. You need to know about  The Last Of Us Episode 2 including the release date, time, and where to watch.

The Last of Us Episode 2 Release Date

The second episode of The Last Of Us will air on HBO Max on Sunday, January 22 at approximately 9:00 p.m. M. (ET) / 6 p.m. M. (PT). Subtitles should also be available at startup. 55 minutes long. Also, expect subtitles to be available on startup.

The Last of Us Episode 1 Recap

Joel and Tess take the subway to get to Robert’s, and when they enter through a marked door, they find the decomposed body of a man glued to the wall from a severe infection, covered in fungus, and apparently has died and is crying out in pain. After climbing a ladder and reaching a door, they smell gunpowder and see blood seeping under the door; The door itself is blocked by Robert’s corpse. She is joined by the drumming from Joel and Tess, which is clearly up to no good. The hallway clearly saw a shooting, with several others dead.

Joel and Tess hear Marlene and Kim in the hallway and Ellie come out of a door and tries to attack Joel, but Joel has no problem tripping Ellie. It turns out that Robert tried to sell the crappy drum kit to Marlene and the Fireflies and the deal clearly backfired, Kim was left earless and Marlene was shot in the side. Marlene says she needs the drums more than Joel, and Joel says  Marlene turned Tommy against him. Marlene tells Joel that she plans to get Ellie out of the QZ, and while Joel and Tess don’t smuggle humans, Marlene now doesn’t have transportation or a few fireflies to protect Ellie, but she knows what Joel and Tess are capable of.

If they can take Ellie to the old State House to meet the fireflies, they’ll get everything they need: a truck, guns, and supplies. After a brief debate, Tess and Joel agree to transport Ellie, but if the fireflies don’t give them everything they need, they will kill Ellie. When Joel walks in, Ellie asks about Bill and Frank and the code and asks what the 80’s mean. As Joel gets ready to take a nap while they fool around, Ellie mentions that Joel’s watch is broken. When Joel wakes up, Ellis says he’s never been to the other side of the QZ wall, then asks Joel if they’re okay once they get to the other side, to which Joel says yes. Joel asks what Ellie is about if she’s the daughter of a big animal, and Ellie says, “sort of.” Ellie then mentions that while Joel slept, the radio came on and played a song, “Wake Me Before You Go.” Joel replies, “Shit,” to which Ellie says, “I got you, 80’s mean trouble.” Bad code.” A moment later, Tess comes back and says it’s time to go.

The trio finds their way out of the QZ while staying low to avoid Phaedra. They come across the guard to who Joel sold the pills, who points a gun at them. The soldier orders them to kneel and tests the group. to see if they are infected. While Tess and Ellie are clean, Ellie stabs the soldier before he can read his status. Joel stands between the soldier and Ellie, remembering the loss of his daughter 20 years ago and the last time he cared about anyone. Almost as if he was given a second chance in that terrifying moment, Joel attacks the soldier and repeatedly hits him until he dies. Tess sees that Ellie’s test came back positive, to which Ellie replies that she is not infected and that she was bitten, but after three weeks she was fine. Though suspicious of Ellie’s claims, they know they must move to get away from Phaedra. Radio that is on and is playing “Never Let Me Down Again” by Depeche Mode from 1. Shit. As the song plays, we see the nightmare  Joel, Tess, and Ellie must face on their journey ahead.

The Last of Us Episode 2 Plot

The revelation at the end of Episode 1 of The Last of Us suggests that she is somehow immune to the effects of the fungal infection. That’s why he’s such an important person to be sent from one end of the world. from country to country by fireflies as it could play a key role in developing a cure for the infection. So far the fireflies appear to be a villain faction out to get revenge on Phaedra, but their leader Marlene seems to have bigger and perhaps nobler plans. not yet known.

What happened to Tommy is of concern to both Joel and the viewers, and a reunion between the two brothers would also be something to look forward to. Tommy is the only living member of Joel’s family and saving his life means a lot to Joel because in his absence he could go completely insane. Episode 1 of “The Last of Us” also hints at a bumper sticker on the back of Joel’s car, suggesting he’s a war veteran. who served in Operation Desert Storm during the Gulf War. This looks like an addition to Joel’s character from the game, and it remains to be seen if more will be revealed later.

What the second installment of The Last of Us will bring to the big screen is still debatable, considering the creators have made subtle changes to the plot and characters and are living up to it so far. The song that plays from Joel’s radio at the end is from the 1980s, which based on the code Ellie previously cracked means that dangers await our characters in the near future. Of course, video game adaptations are rarely done right, but HBO’s The Last of Us starts off on exactly the right foot and promises to be a notable addition to the post-apocalyptic genre.

The Last of Us Episode 2 Trailer

Is More of a thriller than a horror film, with many intense moments. The infected don’t spawn often (Joel and Ellie deal with more human survivors than monsters), but when they do, they get used to it to great effect.


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