The Last of Us Part 2: Fan Discovers Abby Can Actually Kill Tommy
During that epic chase scene, a Last of Us Part 2 fan has found a way where Abby gets her mitts on Tommy in a fatal showdown.
Surprise! Yet again, we have another Last of Us 2 article that once more delves into Naughty Dog’s last release. If you’ve been around these parts for a while, you’ll have seen how much we enjoy it when fans of the game uncover new elements and revealing Easter Eggs that had, up until that point, remained hidden.
This time, YouTuber Speclizer has unearthed a way where Abby can actually catch up to Tommy during the sniper sequence. To add a little context in case you need reminding – Abby and Manny, who is a member of the WLF, are on the hunt for someone who has been sniping at them from afar and who are also dangerously good with their aim.
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As the chase begins throughout Seattle’s Marina area, the mystery sniper keeps getting away while Abby and Manny try to catch up but are always held back in the line of fire. For those who have played TLOU2, you will already know that this assailant isn’t a stranger but rather Joel’s brother Tommy who has been out looking to make the WLF pay.
What players will remember from the game is that Tommy pulls a metal shutter down and in turn, evades Abby – or so we thought. In Speclizer’s video, they have found that if you know the layout of the area and you’re super fast, you can catch up with Tommy by slipping under the shutter before it closes. This then will see Abby come face to face with Joel’s brother as the two duke it out. Abby then can get Tommy in a headlock, point the gun at his head and it’s goodnight for him.
Obviously, this is a glitch and it in no way actually affects the storyline since Tommy plays a part after this scene but it’s still pretty cool – maybe not for Tommy though. Speclizer’s video, which you can watch below, is a really interesting watch as they also shine some light onto other “mistakes” or glitches throughout the game like a possessed hanging body and how you can’t shoot the lightbulbs in certain areas.
While it’s unclear when The Last of Us series will premiere on HBO, filming has finally begun in Calgary, Canada with the hopes of coming to an end in June next year.