Check Out ‘The Last of Us’ Easter Egg in Google Search
The television adaption of The Last of Us has launched to rave reviews (opens in new tab), and led to some absolutely habitual converse about how videogames are eventually being done justice — this proves games can do stories, etc. Look The game is not indeed all that original, but a total variation on The Road by Cormac McCarthy.
However, you may find some relief and solace in a veritably cute Easter egg for the series that is been enforced by Google, If you are one of those like me who relatively likes The Last Of Us but does not suppose it’s the alternate incoming. It’s one of those intended to be set up by people curious about the show, rather than the type of gaming expert who reads PCG, and so you find it by going to Google and searching” The Last Of Us”.
Go on, I will stay. The results runner appears as usual, but with a little red mushroom icon in the nethermost center. Clicking on this sees tendrils begin to creep in at the edge of your screen the creepy fungus among us that is turning everyone in that world into clickers. You can keep clicking for periods and, as you do, the infection will spread further and further across the screen.
I do not suppose there is an endpoint to it, as formerly your screen is filled with the tendrils, they begin repeating placements around the edge of the screen, but it’s neat that you can still comb through your results with everything encroaching. The Easter egg will also turn up if you search for” cordyceps” or” cordyceps fungus”, which is the terrible real- world parasitic strain that infests ants and grows big mushrooms out of their heads.
It seems certain that the HBO show will continue on (though not everyone thinks it’s the stylish thing since sliced chuck ( opens in new tab)), and outside of that mischievous Canine presumably has no option but to ultimately make a third game. It’ll noway cease to regale me, still, that there’s a game out there called The Last of Us Part 2. It should be subtitled “The Lastest”.