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Neil Druckmann & Troy Baker Tour ‘Last of Us’ in Hollywood

Updated: 6 days ago

“The Last of Us” Creator Neil Druckmann and Voice Talent and Actor Troy Baker Take a Terrifying Tour of Halloween Horror Nights’ “The Last of Us” Haunted House, Exclusively at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort

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Universal City, Calif., Orlando, Fla., (September 14, 2023) Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights sends Neil Druckmann, Co-Studio Head & Head of Creative at Naughty Dog, and Troy Baker, the actor behind Joel, on a terrifying excursion of the “The Last of Us” haunted house, based on Naughty Dog and PlayStation’s award-winning post-pandemic video game. “The Last of Us” haunted house can be experienced exclusively at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort.

Set in a ravaged civilization, where Infected and hardened survivors run rampant, Naughty Dog and PlayStation’s “The Last of Us” video game, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, has captivated audiences since its release. And now, guests can immerse themselves in a real-life experience that puts them directly into the game’s frightening world.

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"The Last of Us” haunted houses on both coasts propel guests into a world of carnage and mayhem as they follow in the footsteps of the game’s protagonists, Joel and Ellie, who endure a brutal journey in a world overtaken by a fungal virus that turns humans into various forms of a new threat known as the Infected. As guests encounter the Infected – Runners, Stalkers, Clickers and Bloaters – along with the Hunters, a band of hostile humans, they will need to navigate the Pittsburgh Quarantine Zone, including iconic locations from the video game such as the creepy and desolate The Hotel Grand and a labyrinth of dark and dank tunnels, in a desperate attempt to escape and survive.

Halloween Horror Nights runs select nights at Universal Studios Hollywood now through Tuesday, October 31, and at Universal Orlando Resort through Saturday, November 4. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

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