Sony Pictures has registered the movie domains for Naughty Dog’s action-adventure survival horror video game, The Last of Us.
Try not to get too excited, since this might be just a move to protect the brand rather than any plans of a film adaptation based on Naughty Dog’s The Last Of Us.
The publisher nor the developer have official made an announcement regarding a movie version of post-apocalyptic action-adventure, it might happen considering Uncharted movie is in early stages of production.
The game “takes place in the United States, twenty years after a spore-based infection rapidly spread across the globe, wiping out a vast majority of the population by warping its hosts’ brains and turning them into deadly predators capable of killing with a single bite.
The majority of the world’s population has been reduced to either struggling survivors or ravenous infected mutants. The game features several locations across the United States, including Boston and Lincoln, Massachusetts, Pittsburgh, and Salt Lake City, Utah.”
The Last of Us sold 3.4 million copies worldwide in three weeks, making it the fastest-selling PS3 game of 2013.
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