The Last of Us: Part II Launch Trailer is Here but it is Rather Short

The Last of Us: Part II Launch Trailer

Out of the current most-hyped game releases of this year, The Last of Us: Part II takes the lead because its launch has been nothing but a rocky ride. With now the game hardly a week away, we finally have the launch trailer of The Last of Us: Part II which is somehow really short. While we were expecting it to be a little longer, it is just shy of a minute while most of it is simply a logo with the words ‘pre-orders now open’. There is only 20 seconds of actual game video in the 50-second clip.

Check out the launch trailer of The Last of Us: Part II below:

The trailer description describes the game as:

As Ellie pursues vengeance after a traumatic event, she must confront the devastating physical and emotional repercussions of her actions.

With the game just a week away, we can hardly wait to play the game now. The launch trailer is not quite what we were expecting for a game that has so much hype but it is probably for the best that the developers did not want to show anything new here. Most of the scenes are from the older trailers, gameplay videos, or development diaries that we have already seen before. If you really need some more coverage on the game, you can check out the previously released TV Spot and The Last of Us: Part II details in Sony’s last State of Play.

We also got to know that the game has been banned in some Middle East countries. You can also check out the brutal story trailer for the game or and some screenshots from the game which highlight different beautiful locations from the game. We also know that The Last of Us will be getting a TV show from the creators of Chernobyl.

Did you like The Last of Us: Part II launch trailer? Are you hyped to finally play the game next week? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Founder of GamesHedge, Umair enjoys a wide variety of video games ranging from RPGs to racing games. Currently busy with The Crew Motorfest and Way of the Hunter.

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