The Last Of Us Part 1: Full Cutscenes Leaked Online

With only nine days to go until the launch, more leaked footage from The Last Of Us Part 1 has appeared online – and now includes full cutscenes from the remake. After being uploaded to Youtube, the leaks were spotted by the Twitter account Naughty Dog Central yesterday, as seen further below. 

Crucially, all of the scenes uploaded to the Youtube channel have since been removed. They included footage between Joel and Ellie at the farmhouse as they talk about loss, two winter scenes featuring Ellie, one as she hunts a rabbit, and a fifteen-second snippet within David’s town. The last and longest of the leaked scenes features Joel and Ellie at the climax of the Boston sequence, as they discover that Tess has been infected.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time leaked scenes from the upcoming remake have surfaced online. Earlier in the month, a scene featuring Henry and Sam was leaked online (shared via imgur). In July, the XboxEra co-founder Nick Baker, known as @Shpeshal Nick on Twitter, revealed an extensive series of images and videos connected to the remake that demonstrated the game’s gameplay, combat, display, and accessibility options, updated workbenches, and more. These particular posts have since been removed too.


The Last Of Us Part 1 is scheduled for release on the PS5 from September 2, with a PC port in active development at Naughty Dog. The original game launched on the PS3 on June 14th, 2013, with the PS4 Remastered version arriving one year later on July 29th, 2014. 

Naughty Dog released the sequel, The Last Of Us Part II, on June 19th, 2020. Neil Druckmann teased fans that when “you see it in motion, it’s really night and day from what it used to be,” he continues. “Everything we’ve learnt on Uncharted 4 and The Last Of Us Part II, we applied to this, again to give this definitive version.” 

For all updates on The Last of Us, stay tuned right here at GameLuster. 

Notify of

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments