People are flocking to HBO’s The Last of Us. Minus a blip for the Super Bowl, the show gains more viewers every episode.
The world of TLOU is full of gnarly zombi-like (but don’t call them zombies) infected called Clickers. In episode 2 we got a full look at the fungal encrusted Clickers. Below are two great behind the scenes videos from the creators going over the concepts and creations from idea to video game to small screen.
In the second installment of Naughty Dog’s new series, Building The Last of Us, developers from the Naughty Dog team dig into some of the creation of one of The Last of Us’ most well-known enemies: the Clickers. Developers from Naughty Dog and PlayStation dig into the art, sound, animation, and origins of bringing the Clickers to life in The Last of Us, including insight into the iconic sound of Clickers, the way The Last of Us’ Clickers move, and a look at never-before-seen Clicker concept art.
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