Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey in 'The Last of Us'

On September 2, the remastering for PS5 of the first ‘The Last of Us‘, a facelift for Joel and Ellie’s first adventure for the new generation, and one more excuse to replay the Naughty Dog title ahead of the premiere of the adaptation in series format that will soon arrive on HBO Max. We still don’t know the date on which Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey will debut as the protagonists of this extremely raw story marked by the collapse of civilization as a result of the Cordyceps fungus, but The actress of ‘Game of Thrones’ has recently talked about what we can expect, especially those of us who are already fans of the video game.

In an interview with she knowsRamsey has expressed that he hopes that those who already know the story will welcome the series with open arms: “I think people are going to love it. I know some are worried, of course. When something is that important to you as a viewer or as a player, of course you’re going to be worried about adaptation. people will love it. He follows the emotional blows of the video game a lot, he is very respectful of him and pays tribute to him.

The actress who becomes Ellie adds that, as we knew, they will take advantage of the format change to expand on what we saw in the game: But it will bring new life. It will explore different paths that were not explored much in the game. I think they will love it. I hope you do. It was a lot of fun to do, quite an experience. I hope you feel that experience when you come on an adventure with us”.

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More drama, less action

It is not the first time that important changes in the narrative of ‘The Last of Us’ have been mentioned in its translation from video game to series. Neil Druckmann, creator of the game, explained that the main objective is to repeat “the philosophical basis and not so much tracing scene by scene. For example, the balance will swing more towards drama and not so much towards action. Details also emerged that would indicate that we will meet characters that we have not seen in the video game.

‘The Last of Us’ is, however, in good hands. Druckmann himself acts as creator and screenwriter alongside Craig Mazin, author of the acclaimed ‘Chernobyl’. Gustavo Santaolalla will be in charge of the soundtrack, as he already did with the games. It does not yet have a release date, but it is expected for next year.

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