The Last of Us haunted house attraction announced at Universal resorts

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The Last of Us is getting its own haunted house as part of Universal Studios resorts’ Halloween Horror Nights attractions.


As if Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us games weren’t downright terrifying enough, a new attraction at Universal Studios’ resorts is set to provide a real-world experience based on the series this autumn.

Part of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights, which will take place at Universal’s resorts from 7 September to 31 October 2023, The Last of Us Haunted House will take place in an “abandoned Pittsburgh.”

“You and your squad will encounter the terrifying and overgrown world of Naughty Dog’s video game in a brand new, terrifying way,” Universal’s website reads. “Join Joel and Ellie, and don’t make a sound if you want to survive Clickers, Hunters and more. No matter what, keep finding something to fight for.”

Naughty Dog announced the attraction on its Twitter feed, along with an accompanying trailer. Those of a nervous disposition should look away now – or at the very least, turn the volume on your headphones down. This thing gets loud:

Just what we need: Clickers all up in our living room.

Halloween Horror Nights will take place at all four of Universal’s resorts – so that’s Orlando, Florida, Hollywood, California, Japan and Singapore. The Last of Us haunted house is apparently one of ten such scary premises Universal has planned for this year, though details of the others haven’t yet been announced.

Tickets are already available for the Halloween Horror Nights attractions at Universal’s US resorts, and prices start from $79.99 per person for a single-night ticket. Universal also advise that “The event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 13.” Much like the games, then.

Oh, and bear in mind that there’s “no costumes or costume masks allowed”. So don’t go thinking you can make yourself feel better by exploring the haunted house while dressed as Jason Voorhees or anything like that.

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