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The Last of Us Is Getting a Universal Halloween Horror Nights Experience

Universal is working with PlayStation to create a haunted house experience based on Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us, and as part of its Halloween Horror Nights series of in-person events, the 2013 game Iconic places and clickers will appear.

The themed experience follows series protagonists Joel and Ellie as they encounter infected runners, clickers, and human marauders as they pass familiar locations from the 2013 game, such as the Hotel Grand and the Pittsburgh Quarantine Zone. follow in the footsteps.

“As a big fan and frequent attendee of Halloween Horror Nights, I am honored to have The Last of Us in this year’s lineup,” said Neil Druckmann, co-president of Naughty Dog. “For us at Naughty Dog, it’s been an incredible thrill to work with Universal to bring their game worlds to life and focus on the details that fans know so well,” it said in a statement. .

The event will be held at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort on select nights from September 1 through October 31 later this year. Tickets are available for reservation from todayMore details about The Last of Us experience and reveals of other haunted houses in the Halloween horror series will follow soon.

“The in-game world offers many suspenseful and terrifying opportunities to give guests unique experiences only found at Halloween Horror Nights,” said John Murdy, Executive Producer of the event.

The Last of Us has become something of a cultural phenomenon since the original title was released on PlayStation 3 in 2013, with a complete remake, a sequel in the form of The Last of Us Part II, and HBO’s A successful commissioned TV adaptation. for the second season.

Earlier this week, Naughty Dog celebrated the series’ 10th anniversary with the release of the Photomode Collection and a blog reviewing the history and evolution of the series. However, some fans of the series have been left disappointed by the lack of an update to the untitled multiplayer title currently in development at the studio.

Anthony is a freelance contributor covering science and video game news for IGN. With over eight years of his experience covering breakthrough developments in multiple scientific fields, he has absolutely no time for your pranks. Follow him on Twitter @BeardConGamer

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