|This article is about the video game series. For the other pages that may have a similar name, see The Last of Us (disambiguation).|
The Last of Us series is an action-adventure survival horror video game franchise developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 consoles. There are also other media entries in the franchise, such as a comic book mini-series and a planned television series.
The series takes place in a post-pandemic United States after an outbreak of the Cordyceps Brain Infection in the year 2013, which has decimated nearly 60% of mankind globally. It follows one survivor named Joel, a hardened middle-aged survivor of the outbreak, who meets a brave, young survivor named Ellie who is wise beyond her years, and their adventures across America that showcases real emotion and action against other human survivors and the Infected.
The first entry of The Last of Us began with the comic mini-series American Dreams, released on April 24, 2013. The first major video game installment, The Last of Us, was released on June 14, 2013, with a sequel titled The Last of Us Part II set for a future release. The series has garnered universal acclaim from critics and players alike, and won numerous awards and honors.
- The Last of Us (2013)
- The Last of Us Part II (2020)
- The Last of Us (cancelled)
- The Last of Us (TBA)
Media from the real world
|Video games||The Last of Us · The Last of Us: Left Behind · The Last of Us Part II|
|Books and comics||The Last of Us: American Dreams (Issue 1 · Issue 2 · Issue 3 · Issue 4) · The Art of The Last of Us · The Art of The Last of Us Part II|
|TV series and films||The Last of Us TV series · The Last of Us film (cancelled)|
|Stage adaptations||The Last of Us: One Night Live|
|Soundtracks||The Last of Us Original Soundtrack · The Last of Us Part II Original Soundtrack|
|Real-world events||The Last of Us Design Contest · Firefly Pendant Contests · Photo Mode Contest · Outbreak Day|
|Miscellaneous||The Last of Us Podcast|