The Last of Us Part 1: Unprecedented changes and details are found
Now that The Last of Us Part 1 has been released, players have the opportunity to delve deeply into everything that the game is different about from the original version. And it looks like it’s much more than people imagined, with many details and changes that affect fans’ perception of the story.
A group of gamers have been posting some of these findings on social media. One of them, for example, noticed that Joel’s documents reveal the age of the protagonist: 52 years old. That means he was 32 when the cordyceps outbreak happens, and 56 in The Last of Us Part 2.
Another noted that Joel keeps a pot of anti-anxiety medication on the table next to his bed early in the game. In addition to this, there are also remedies for blood pressure and ulcer. “Joel Miller was not doing well,” comments the fan.
WAIT WE GOT MORE FOLKS. blood pressure meds *and* gastric ulcer meds. joel miller was not okay pic.twitter.com/Qa3J8ZwWnd
— chy ?? | DEE DAY ?? (@chydjarin) September 2, 2022
Not only the models feature new details. One of the scenes has a completely different mood thanks to a single change. When Tess discovers that Ellie is infected, she points the gun at the girl in the remake — something that didn’t happen in the original.
Finally, the possibility of checking out the models of the title also allowed us to see a never-before-seen scene, which you can check out below. But beware of small spoilersin case you want to check it out for yourself in-game.
If you decide to proceed, here’s what you’ll see: Joel and Ellie laughing happily in front of a bonfire. This adorable (and heartbreaking, when you remember it doesn’t happen in-game) scene is inspired by concept art from the original game, which you can check out below the model.
The Last of Us Part 1 is available for PlayStation 5, with a PC version in development. Check out Voxel’s review!