On top of that, enemies appear to be more coordinated now, and Naughty Dog's overhauled engine looks fantastic. The original really pushed the narrative and technical limits in the final days of the PlayStation 3 and with any luck, the sequel will do the same as the PlayStation 4 prepares to pass the torch. He sat and began to pluck at the strings, and soon, it became apparent that this was a part of the OST and main theme of Last of Us Part II. The title was announced earlier today, but now we've gotten an actual look at the game...12 straight minutes of it, to be exact. One person in particular catches her eye: an animated woman about Ellie's age with long, black hair tied up in a bun, her face glistening with sweat as she gallops around the dance floor with a young man. The two share a warm embrace and it's clear that they're more than friends. The extended trailer shows both gameplay and thematic scenes. Talk about a jarring segue.
The trailer opens on a makeshift dance hall, where the game's protagonist, a teenaged girl named Ellie, is watching people sway to the music.
In The Last of Us Part II, Ellie is now 19 and has found a semblance of peace and normality living in Jackson.