After nine weeks of incredible and emotional episodes, season one of The Last of Us on HBO has come to a close. It’s been fantastic to see your reactions week after week, and we’re honored that many of you decided to follow along by playing The Last of Us Part I. Not only that, but when we’ve asked you to submit your in-game The Last of Us Photo Mode creations inspired by the HBO show, you consistently delivered. If you’re feeling nostalgic, take a look back at our community albums for TLOU episodes 1 and 2, and The Last of Us episodes 3 – 6.
To celebrate an unforgettable end to season one, and the phenomenal talent present in our virtual photography community, we selected 16 of our favorite #TLOUPhotoMode shots inspired by episodes 7 – 9 of The Last of Us.
See our picks from our wonderful community below:
The featured submissions above are by: @discophotomode, @EclipsedFantasy, @ForgottenJasmin, @HyKirley, @i3ecci_, @jabivgp, @photoingame, @RevolutionAndre, @Simon0aVp, @souchan1235, @TheFourthFocus, @tlou_captures, @VPPops, @vrphotogamess, @XxPAGZxX, @OuterRimsPhoto
To our community: Your immense talent always shines through in your spectacular Photo Mode shots, and we’re so thankful you share your inventive skills and passion for our world with us. We’re so grateful for your participation in our #TLOUPhotoMode Challenges over the last nine weeks, your support of the HBO show, and your wider support for The Last of Us that drives our studio every day.
If these pieces make you want to create your own virtual photography, don’t forget that The Last of Us Part I is now available on PlayStation 5, and available for pre-purchase on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.
Lastly, for more information on The Last of Us and how it was adapted for HBO, be sure to check out our behind-the-scenes series Building The Last of Us to learn more about The Last of Us’ unforgettable opening, the creation of The Last of Us’ Clickers, how the game’s developers built the world of The Last of Us, and why Ellie and Joel’s story is at the heart of TLOU in both game and show form.
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