The Last of Us: Artist shows what Ellie could look like in Cyberpunk 2077

The Last of Us: Artist shows what Ellie could look like in Cyberpunk 2077

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Cyberpunk 2077 and The Last of Us don't have much in common. However, that didn't stop an artist from merging the two universes. In his fan art, he shows what Ellie could look like as a character in cyberpunk. The picture shows the protagonist from The Last of Us (buy now € 59.56) with her distinctive features such as the scar on the left eyebrow and the tattoo. The face and hairstyle are also unmistakable. The rest, however, has a cyberpunk look. Among other things, she wears a white crop top, sneakers and dark-colored overall. She also holds a weapon in her hand, which also gives the impression of coming from a rather futuristic scenario. As some fans at rightly note, similarities to the braindance technician Judy Alvarez from Cyberpunk 2077 cannot be overlooked and are probably intended by the artist.

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The Last of Us 2 has a subtle painting in Abby's room that'll break your heart

An eagle-eyed The Last of Us 2 fan has spotted an incredibly subtle, but no-less heartbreaking painting tucked away in Abby's room in the WLF's Stadium base.

*Minor story spoilers for The Last of Us and The Last of Us 2 follow*

The painting first appears in a flash-back sequence from The Last of Us 2 in which Abby's dad Jerry talks to Marlene in his office. Behind Jerry's desk and in-between the two characters is a non-descript painting of Salt Lake City, Jerry and Abby's hometown and the location of the hospital where Jerry is killed by Joel.

If you weren't looking, there's almost zero chance you would've noticed this little detail, much less recognized its narrative significance, but Redditor yummy486 stumbled across the same painting at a later point in the game and made the connection.

The painting appears again when you're playing as Abby in the Seattle stadium section. If you aim the camera toward Abby's bed in her room, you'll see the same painting of Salt Lake City tacked to the wall just above her bed. It seems then that Abby visited her dad's former office and took the painting home as a keepsake. And indeed, rewinding just a bit, you can see the painting is missing from Jerry's office when you explore the area as Ellie.

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Even more than a year since launch, players are still finding meaningful easter eggs hidden throughout The Last of Us 2. Recently, a discreet callback to the first game's DLC was discovered, and just a few days before that a fan spotted a hidden mural dedicated to an iconic moment from the first game.

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