An edit of The Last of Us imagines how Part 2 could follow Part 1 if they were both in the same game and told one lengthy story.


A neat The Last of Us fan edit perfectly connects the two games. If there was ever to be an official release of The Last of Us that combines Part 1 and 2, this would be the perfect way to do it.


Despite what some fans consider to be an unnecessary remake for The Last of Us, the game fits perfectly next to its Part 2 counterpart on PS5, now titled The Last of Us Part 1. Both games now resemble each other more closely in visual fidelity and design, and the PS5 is the best place to play The Last of Us thanks to the performance upgrade for Part 2. While some gamers may dislike it, one fan has shown what a possible rerelease of The Last of Us Part 1 and 2 could look like if they were to be merged into one game.

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Reddit User ASKRNK_ posted a video edit that shows how the ending to The Last of Us Part 1 seamlessly transitions into the beginning of Part 2 through clever editing and music to create one ongoing narrative, assuming both games were combined as one story. The title of the video suggests that the Reddit User hopes to one day experience the story of The Last of Us in this way, which would certainly inspire many opinions, considering the controversy surrounding The Last of Us Part 1 remake on PS5.

While fans are impressed with the edit, as the masterful way Ellie’s last words are crosscut with the intro to part 2 can’t be ignored, there are others who make the argument for why the cut to black after Ellie’s last words work so well as an ending to The Last of Us Part 1, and that the Part 2 time jump that immediately follows might not have the same impact. Fans have also noticed the window in the start menu could be the same window of the room that Joel is seen in with Tommy when cleaning his guitar from the beginning of Part 2.

The Last of Us HBO series is expected to fill in some gaps between Part 1 and 2, which could act as an opportunity to remaster the games a few years down the road in one collection. Naughty Dog has been working on its standalone The Last of Us multiplayer game, too, so it may not be long until gamers hear more about the franchise’s future.

The Last of Us Part 1 is available on PS5. A PC version is currently in development.

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