'The Last of Us' teaser has arrived

After late computer game to-TV transformation misfortunes like Halo on Paramount Plus, it's not difficult to have misgivings of different tasks in a similar classification. In any case, there has forever been something about The Last of Us that has appeared to be loved perhaps, quite possibly, this one could work out very well.

It's a HBO unique (not Max, even), which generally is some sign of value, in spite of late show around there.

It stars The Mandalorian's Pedro Pascal and Game of Thrones' Bella Ramsey, which feels like a strong cast.

It's being composed by Craig Maizin, who did Chernobyl, and Neil Druckmann of Naughty Dog is vigorously associated with ensuring it remains consistent with the game.

Presently, finally, HBO has at long last flaunted the main film from the show, as that far's been in the background pics snapped by paparazzi and fans from a long way away. That, however The Last of Us was given the debut opening in the new "what's coming to HBO" trailer, which had a large group of new and returning series, yet was given 30 seconds to itself, securing the trailer.

In it, we get a brief look at many significant characters, and get to hear lines conveyed that are directly from the actual game, which is consistently a decent sign, particularly for this situation where the game previously played like a show or film in its unique structure.

In any case, what appears clear to me is that HBO has such trust in this, they might be laying the foundation for developing The Last of Us as another super establishment under its standard. Obviously it's doing this with Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon, however the energy here is that The Last of Us additionally can possibly be one more Next Big Thing for them.

We don't have the foggiest idea how deep into the principal game The Last of Us season 1 will get, whether it's the whole thing, or on the other hand in the event that there will be a break point and season 2 will complete the remainder of it. Also, obviously, there's a whole spin-off of cover assuming the show is famous, and that could undoubtedly be one more two seasons without help from anyone else, given its length. So no, I am not getting the impression the thought here is for an oddball miniseries covering the primary game in a modest bunch of episodes. HBO has large, enormous designs for The Last of Us.

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