The final trailer for The Last of Us: The Collection dropped on Friday.
We had no idea that the entire series of five movies had been released simultaneously, but now we do.
That means that The Last Of Us: Volume 2, Volume 3, and Volume 4 are now available to purchase for $9.99 on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace.
If you have a PlayStation 4, that should be a no-brainer.
The Last, The Second, and The Third are also now available for digital download for $2.99 each, while the PlayStation 4 Ultimate Edition and the Xbox One S are also available for $3.99.
All three of these bundles will come with the original game as a physical disc, as well as the original soundtrack.
The Xbox One version is also a must-buy, as the disc itself comes with a digital copy of The Last and The Second.
The game’s soundtrack is available for purchase on the Xbox Music Store for $7.99 and the PS Music Store will also offer a digital version for $6.99, but you’ll have to wait for those digital versions to arrive.
You can find the complete list of bundles on the official Xbox and PS websites.
We also got the chance to play through the first two episodes of the series for some fun.
We found the story of Ellie, the titular protagonist, to be a good one.
You see, she is the only survivor of the outbreak and is now on a quest to find a way to protect the world from further catastrophe.
The gameplay was easy enough, and the story was interesting enough.
You’ll explore the world and explore its characters with your trusty gun.
The first episode, “The Path,” is the most linear of the five, with no branching paths to go down.
The main story is essentially Ellie and Joel in the middle of the city.
This isn’t an easy task, and Ellie is constantly on the run from an army of zombie-like creatures.
You start the game out as a young woman named Nisha, who is tasked with bringing Ellie home from her father’s estate, a mansion with many deadly traps and zombies.
She makes it through with little help, but Joel and Ellie must go through the mansion several times to bring Ellie to safety.
They’re eventually able to track Ellie to a mysterious place called “The Pit,” where Ellie’s father is preparing for the apocalypse.
The Pit is a place where Joel and the others will eventually fight against the forces of darkness, and a final confrontation will occur between Ellie and the tituleans.
The final episode of the game is “The Grove,” which is filled with interesting story choices and character development.
Ellie and her friends will have to fight to save the world, and you can choose to play as either Ellie or Joel, or as one of three other playable characters, each of whom can be unlocked through a different story.
There’s no shortage of options here.
The plot twists and revelations are the highlight of the story.
We loved playing through The Last For the first time and the game kept us on our toes throughout the entire length of the campaign.
There are many good and bad points in the story, and some of the decisions made throughout the course of the four episodes made us laugh, cry, and make silly faces.
I loved that Ellie was still an innocent child, and we could laugh at her silly moments, like the time she’s trying to help a baby find food.
There was also a bit of humor, and there were plenty of heartwarming moments too.
The fact that the game offers a story-based story is also the icing on the cake.
The worldbuilding is also good, especially in the form of the titules.
The titule-centric plot of The Grove is filled to the brim with Easter eggs and hidden places.
One of the more intriguing ones is an Easter egg hidden in a wall that Ellie can climb down.
This is a nice nod to the original Half-Life 2, and it also comes in handy when you’re stuck on a mission in a place with an abundance of titules (or any other sort of place with titules).
You’ll also see Ellie’s character models from the original games, so it’s nice to have them in your collection.
We’re definitely looking forward to the DLC and the rest of the games in the series.
The DLC packs will release on May 18, and they’re also available to pre-order for $19.99 with the PlayStation Plus subscription.
The series has also announced a number of other game content for The Lost: Season Pass.
This offers access to two additional episodes of The Path and two additional characters.
You will also get a digital download of The Lost, Volume 2 and Volume 3 as well.
You are able to pick up a physical copy of the collection for $12.99 when it