Season 1 of The Last of Us is at an end. Presently we start the significant delay for season 2, which is set to adjust the troublesome spin-off The Last of Us Part II (or possibly part of it). One inquiry that has drifted around on the Web a considerable amount in the beyond couple of weeks is whether the series will reevaluate Ellie for the subsequent season, because of the way that she’s more established in the subsequent game.
There are a lot of reasons we had one or two misgivings of this hypothesis, however, fortunately, we never again need to ponder. IGN reports that showrunner Neil Druckmann set out to settle the matter at a new public interview where he and individual showrunner Craig Mazin examined the finish of the show’s presentation season and its future.
Bella Ramsey will return as Ellie in The Last of Us season 2
“At the point when we made the game, I felt we were extraordinarily fortunate,” Druckmann said. “It resembled lightning in the container that we tracked down Ashley Johnson. I can’t envision that form of Ellie being any other person. And afterward some way or another we got lightning in the container again with Bella.
We are very fortunate to have Bella and the stuff you saw all through this whole season. The main way we could ever, at any point consider reevaluating Bella is assuming she said, ‘I would rather not work with you folks any longer.’ And still, at the end of the day, I don’t know if we would allow her that. We could in any case drive her to return to Prepare 2.
This is all perfect to hear; Ramsey was a power of nature in The Remainder of Us season 1, and it’d be a disgrace in the event that the series didn’t bring her back. Ellie has a lot hazier and more grown-up storyline in The Remainder of Us Part II, which has been at the core of all the hypotheses about reevaluating the job. However, co-showrunner Craig Mazin rushed to remind individuals that “[Ramsey]’s 19 now, which — incidentally — is the time of Ellie in The Last of Us Part II.”
The Last of Us season 2 will be “unique” from the game
While reworking Ellie is fortunately off the table, there will in any case be different changes for fans to fight with in season 2. The Last of Us Part II is a significantly more narratively complex game than its ancestor, and that implies the show should make changes to adjust it for television.
“[Season 2] will be different similarly as this season was unique,” Mazin said. “In some cases, it will be different fundamentally, and at times it [won’t] be genuinely unique by any means, yet it will be unique. It will be its own thing. It will not be precisely similar to the game. It will be the show that Neil and I need to make, however, we are making it with Bella.”
The Last of Us season 1 is accessible to stream on HBO and HBO Max. With respect to prepare 2, we’re speculating we’ll see it at some point in 2024.