The Last of Us: Part II has been attracting criticism for its violence ever since its Paris Games Week trailer previous year, and this week's E3 2018 demo prompted a similar backlash. Druckmann would confirm that Ellie is the game's only playable character. Sony's E3 conference kicked off inside a church - it was an odd setting for their conference, but it quickly became clear that the space matched the opening cinematic for The Last of Us Part II.
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Obviously, this is a bit of a departure from the last game, which saw you playing as Joel for a large portion of the game before briefly allowing you to take over as Ellie. From the way Ellie plays to the way she navigates through this hostile world, you're going to feel her physical, emotional, and mental state expressed through every facet of gameplay. Woodward and Ashley Johnson, who voices Ellie, recreated the scene in real life at the Sony E3 2018 briefing. She walks over to Ellie, and it's not long before the girl - who we learn is named Dina - joins Ellie on the sidelines for a few moments before pulling her onto the dance floor for the next song. He sat and began to pluck at the strings, and soon, it became apparent that this was a part of the OST and main theme of Last of Us Part II.