According to recent reports, the highly-anticipated third installment of the popular video game series, “The Last of Us,” may never see the light of day. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of “The Last of Us Part 3” for years, but it appears that the game’s development may have hit a roadblock.
Sources close to the game’s developer, Naughty Dog, have revealed that the studio has been facing a number of challenges in the development process. These issues are said to be related to the game’s storyline, which has reportedly undergone multiple revisions.
Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has also caused delays in the game’s development. With many game developers working remotely, it has become more difficult to collaborate and make progress on the game.
Despite these setbacks, Naughty Dog has yet to make any official announcements about the status of “The Last of Us Part 3.” However, some industry experts believe that the game may never be released.
This news has understandably disappointed many fans of the series, who have been eagerly awaiting the next chapter in the story of Joel and Ellie. However, it’s important to note that the development of a video game is a complex process and can be subject to many unexpected challenges.
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Future of The Last of Us Part 3
It’s not yet clear what the future holds for “The Last of Us Part 3,” but fans of the series will be closely watching for any updates from Naughty Dog. In the meantime, many are replaying the previous game in the series to get ready for the next one.
The HBO show “The Last of Us” is based on a video game of the same name and it is different from other typical zombie apocalypse stories like The Walking Dead and World War Z. The show depicts a pathogen-carrying human host that is not undead but is still alive. It is a fungus, which exists in real life, that has infected the host.
The game’s creators were inspire by a segment from the BBC’s “Planet Earth” documentary series in which a fungus takes over the mind of an ant.
The show highlights the fact that fungal infections in humans are relatively understudied and difficult to treat. Although most fungal spores are harmless, over 300 million people worldwide get a serious fungal infection annually and about 1.5 million of them die. The show also suggests that a warming planet could make fungal infections more likely as fungi adapt to a warmer environment. Scientists are already considering this theory as a possibility.