The Last of Us Part 2 is confirmed with the release of new trailer. In the trailer, Ellie could be singing a song. A scene of complete forest and outskirts of the city could be seen. It seems quite similar to the place where they duo ended up their journey in The Last of Us Part 1. Since they both had decided to survive on themselves, it seems they are living out the days in woods to avoid army and clickers.
The Last of Us Part 2 is going to more thrilling than the earlier part and the hunt for clickers had resulted nothing good but a number of Ellie hand and Chest. She got various scratches on her neck and leg as well which could be observed as a result of fight with clickers. As Ellie is immune to fight against the clickers because of special ability it would be interesting to see whether directors touches the story with her father.
She is singing about her enemies and mercy for all those who were killed. It seems she is feeling sorry for all those people who ended up their lives turning out themselves into clickers and walkers.
A bunch of dead bodies can be seen as Joel walks towards her. The house doesn’t seems to be a town from the city and they appears being on the survival task. Will they be able to find out any solution for the widespread disease, only Naughty Dog knows.
For now we know that Joel is alive and Ellie is in her teenage singing the songs. The words of Ellie were as ‘I am gonna find, and I am gonna kill every last of them’.
Who she is going to kill is still a secret. She might be talking about the clickers and bloaters but that doesn’t sounds to be an easy case.
The Last of Us Part 2 Spoilers
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The bodies laid down in the house gives a slight idea that Ellie and Joel traced down a number of people who were making infection to get people infected. They might had found the real cause of the problem. From the opening scenes it appears that The Last of Us Part 2 is going to be all about kill mad scientists or businessmen who had turned out city in graveyard to get control over natural resources.