The Last of Us: Live Premiering Next Week

To celebrate the release of The Last of Us: Remastered for the PlayStation 4. Sony, Naughty Dog, and Geoff Keighley will host an event at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, California. The event will be one-night-only and it will be streamed live via YouTube, Twitch, and PlayStation Network.

The event will have selective scenes under the direction of Neil Druckmann and read by the cast including; Troy Baker (Joel), Ashley Johnson (Ellie), Annie Wersching (Tess), Merle Dandridge (Marlene), and Hana Hayes (Sarah). Also, there will be a full orchestra conducted by The Last of Us composer Gustavo Santaolalla.

The Last of Us: Remastered is the latest game from developer Naughty Dog and their first game on the PlayStation 4. They will take what they have learned from The Last of Us: Remastered and use that to benefit the development on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, which is releasing sometime in 2015, and any future games they may have later down the road.

This one-night-event starts at 7:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time on July 28th. Since this was announced, the free tickets to see The Last of Us Live have sold out. Now the only way to see it will be through streaming.

My Opinion:

I would have loved to go see this live and in person, but considering I don’t live anywhere near California and tickets have sold out quickly I will have to see it through the streaming services. If I somehow miss this, I hope that there will post the full event at either PlayStation’s or Naughty Dog’s YouTube page.


Jesse Webster is a Senior Writer at MONG and knows that the main theme of The Last of Us is hauntingly beautiful. You can find him at Twitter.

 

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