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The Last of Us character reveal: introducing Tess

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It’s been an exciting December full of fresh The Last of Us news. If you haven’t watched our brand new The Last of Us story trailer, you’re missing out on some huge reveals. One of these reveals is a new character seen here – Joel’s partner, Tess. Read on to learn exactly who she is.


Strong, smart, and street savvy, Tess is a pivotal character in the world of The Last of Us. Tess is voiced and played by Annie Wersching. You might recognise Annie’s voice from her work on the hit TV series 24. For our in-game cinematics, Annie’s performance of Tess involved many long, intense hours on our mocap stage. To see how Annie’s performance was captured and certain scenes from it were put it into our

, check out this process video:

Pretty cool stuff, right? We spoke about the making of a cinematic a few months ago, and we’re very happy with how the game and all the cinematics within it are shaping up.

Now that we are in the heart of winter here in the US, we wanted to reveal one more new screenshot from the game. Here’s a look at one of the more familiar, strong survivors who inhabits the world of The Last of Us:


Is it 7th May 2013 yet?!

Don’t forget to pre-order The Last of Us. There are two exclusive bonus packs available – the Sights and Sounds Pack and the Survival Pack. For more info check out http://thelastofus.com/.


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