These are the less well-known facts about The Last of Us, from gameplay strategies that make the game simpler to Easter eggs from previous Naughty Dog games. With millions of copies of the video game having been sold.

The Last Of Us: 7 Game-Related Secrets Only Die-Hard Fans Know

The Last of Us has a multiplayer mode that consists of Survivor, Supply Raid, and Interrogation, as die-hard fans are aware. When players launch the game, they can access multiplayer mode from the main menu.

The Multiplayer Factions

Die-hard fans discovered that the composer Gustavo Santaolalla, who composed the music for Alejandro González Iárritu's Babel and Biutiful, was given complete creative freedom by the game's developers in a behind-the-scenes video made by PlayStation for The Last of Us.

The Creative Freedom of Gustavo Santaolalla

The first video game's Sam and Henry chapters contain two Easter eggs that can be discovered in the toy store, as die-hard fans are aware. Two board games from Naughty Dog's earlier works.

Easter Eggs From Uncharted And Jak & Daxter

Most ardent fans were shocked to learn that Nolan North provided the voice for David, a likable survivor Ellie meets who turns out to be a cunning antagonist, in an interview with Nolan North for a PlayStation behind-the-scenes video about The Last of Us.

Game 1 Features Nathan Drake

Die-hard fans discovered that the outbreak was based on a BBC documentary that showed an ant colony infected by a fungus known as Cordyceps that targeted the brain. This information was revealed in Grounded: The Making of The Last of Us.

The Epidemic Was Motivated by a Real Fungus

In both The Last of Us games, dedicated players discovered through trial and error that they didn't always need to rely on stealth or open combat to get through a difficult combat zone.

Running is a possibility

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