Naughty Dog is hard at work developing The Last of Us: Part II ahead of its release next year (which was delayed to May not too long ago), and now they've revealed that they've collaborated with art gallery Cook and Becker to show off four new pieces of artwork from the game.
The tweet includes pictures with frames, which look pretty nice, but you can see the full pieces at the Cook and Becker website and below. You might want to start saving though, as these cost upwards of £90, with some options hitting almost £400, depending on the design.
These do a good job of showing off the bleak, post-apocalyptic world that we'll be seeing as Ellie, including the horseback exploration that we witnessed back in September (you can check out our hands-on preview text here).
There's even a cute canine companion, and we hope we'll see the dog in the full game, as it's only fair considering the section we played had aggressive guard dogs hunting us down.
Has this made you more excited for Part II?
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