The Last of Us Director has finally been selected to officially begin filming as the pilot is fast approaching.
The impending HBO series is the first TV program from PlayStation Productions, founded only a few months ago.
The brand-new show, based on the innovative and smash-hit strategy game, is set to premiere next year.
Johan Renck, who directed the highly acclaimed Chernobyl, will take charge of the pilot episode of the new program.
Chernobyl was nominated for fourteen BAFTAs lately and is anticipated to win a bunch of them.
Druckman, the video game’s director, along with a large portion of the game’s creative team. are expected to be working hand in hand for filming.
Mazin, who wrote Chernobyl, is also engaged in developing The Last of Us.
The Last of Us is a story-driven combat video game set in the aftermath of a viral disaster that has turned many people into grotesque fungi.
The game received several awards, most notably for its story, and was popular with gamers and skeptics.
The primary story is about a survivor named Joel and an adolescent girl, Ellie, who are traveling to safety in a devastated United States.
The Last of Us Part 2 follows her through her awkward adolescent years as she learns her own identity and, without a doubt, her sexuality.
There have been leaks that caused a schism among fans regarding how the plot and gameplay are supposed to play out.
Based on the previews, the sequel appears to be rather ferocious, and it looks that there are far worse folks than the ill ones.
Even though the television show is set to air next year, this is subject to change due to the current Coronavirus outbreak.
The Last of Us: Part 2 will be released on June 19th.