Using the livery editor in Gran Turismo Sport, a player can design a car that resembles the ravaged post-apocalyptic world of The Last of Us.
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As a PlayStation-exclusive franchise and the console’s foremost driving game title, Gran Turismo has earned its place in gaming history. Gran Turismo is Sony’s best-selling franchise, having launched on the PlayStation 1 in 1997 and being released on every major PlayStation console since. The Last of Us, released in 2013, has been Sony’s best-selling individual title, including sales of its remaster. To celebrate the game’s popularity, fans have created everything from fan art to music and even tattoos to show their love for the characters and the game itself. The sequel The Last of Us Part 2 will be released in 2020.
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As a result, there is a large crossover of PlayStation owners who enjoy both of these Sony-exclusive games. As a result, Reddit user u/nascarfan624 created a car inspired by The Last of Us Part 2, specifically one of the game’s factions, the Fireflies, using the livery editor first introduced to the series in Gran Turismo Sport in 2017. The car’s rusted appearance and large Fireflies logo on the hood make it look right at home in the post-apocalyptic world of The Last of Us. Cars like this one might have been right at home in the post-apocalyptic wasteland if things had gone a little more Mad Max-style in the Last of Us world Nissan’s Fairlady Z is an excellent choice of post-apocalyptic vehicle for a fan’s Last of Us makeover. As a result of its looks and racing heritage, particularly in rallying, this car was hailed as a cult classic for much of the 1970s. Wangan Midnight, a Japanese manga and anime series, also had a PlayStation exclusive game for the PS3 based on the series. Even though the car is a cult classic, it would be a good choice for the world of the Last of Us because it is mechanical and lacks many electrical components, and spare parts should be available. Finding a car in this condition makes you wonder where all the cars are in the Last of Us universe. During the games, a few cars are shown to be operational, but the vast majority of them are abandoned, gridlocked on highways, untouched relics for the past two decades. Perhaps Ellie’s brutal makeshift zombie-bashing is based on the classic cars that are kept in climate-controlled garages.