New ‘The Last Of Us’ Attraction Haunts Halloween Horror Nights

by Thomas Tuna

Where are the Clickers hiding?

The Last of Us–the popular HBO horror series based on the Naughty Dog video game–will travel to Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights this fall, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The series will come to life as a haunted house attraction at Universal Orlando Resort starting Sept. 1 and at Universal Studios Hollywood Sept. 7.

In the haunted house, guests “will have to survive a brutal journey of carnage and mayhem alongside fellow hardened survivors–and Joel and Ellie–while navigating the Pittsburgh quarantine zone,” according to the description.

When inside the house, guests will experience such game locations as The Hotel Grand and come face-to-face with Clickers, Raiders, Runners and Stalkers–as well as a band of hostile humans known as The Hunters.

The Last of Us series–created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann–is set 20 years into a pandemic caused by a fungal infection, which causes its hosts to transform into zombie-like creatures and destroys society.

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on The Last of Us on HBO.


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