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Jul 10, 2016 10:30 AM EDT

"Last of Us 2" Rumors: 'God of War 4' 'Days Gone' Inspired RPG Shows Tragic Death Scene, First Time Ever!


"Last of Us 2" will reveal a tragic death scene for the first time. Usually, the death scenes are cut, leaving gamer's imaginations to roam free creating their own interpretations. Rumors regarding the much awaited sequel is also leaving fans eager over the fate of Ellie and Joel.

The "Last of Us 2" by Naughty Dog, made a huge outcome on redefining the RPG games. "Last of Us" received great reviews during 2013 from fans and critics, causing an increase demand for the sequel ever since. Neil Druckmann, the writer and game director, said that the possibility for the game is 50/50 since it requires a well thought out and crafted storyline with it.

"Last of Us 2" sequel is still unclear and many fans are hoping that the game is released anytime soon. Some reports claim that the sequel will contain more intense death scenes compared to the original game.

Naughty Dog has increased the popularity of the game by injecting highly creative formulas incorporating emotional cinematic elements in the gaming experience, Hardcore Gamer reported. The style was primarily seen in the "Uncharted Series" and other role-playing games from the company.

The "Last of Us" executed excellent psychological aspects that suggested death without excessive gory visuals associated with killing, Kotaku reported. This is the reason why some game observers accentuate the manner of how Naughty Dog depicts the death of its characters.

'Last of Us" characters' deaths are often implied in the game by showing pain and suffering in each of its scenes. The tragic death scenes are said to be more horrific since the process is more terrifying than death itself.

"Last of Us 2" game did not appear at the E3 2016, however, its influence is seen with the release of "God of War 4" and "Days Gone." Watch the video below for more predictions. 

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