The Last of Us is certainly one of the leading titles in the serial world of the moment. The Hbo series, broadcast in Italy by Sky and Now, has gradually conquered a large slice of the public, becoming a real phenomenon. The proof lies in the long line of onlookers and enthusiasts who queued up for the escape room at the Catella Foundation in Milan (Via Gaetano de Castillia 28) which has already seen a huge turnout yesterday, Saturday 11 March. Today, the last day of the event, it will be repeated from 11.00 to 20.00 with great news. To maximize the possibility of participating in the 4 escape rooms, the capacity has been doubled, offering over 1,000 people this one-of-a-kind experience.
Created by Craig Mazin (Chernobyl) and Neil Druckmann (already behind the success of the video game), the series is the adaptation that everyone has been waiting for. To allow fans to immerse themselves in its terrifying dystopian atmosphere, NOW invites everyone to the post-apocalyptic world of The Last of Us , among terrifying clickers, Phaedra agents, survivors and the remains of the civilization that was before the epidemic that devastated the world told in the series, the Foundation will present itself in full The Last of Us style, turning into a huge photo opportunity. For the occasion, the building has been transformed into a huge themed Escape Room, full of details and iconic elements of the title. The operation was created by Sky Creative Agency and produced by USUP. Social amplification by BCube.
For those unfamiliar with this title, The Last of Us tells the story of Joel, a man who survived the spread, in 2003, of a terrible virus, caused by the Cordyceps fungus, which is capable of affecting people and transforming them. Joel, played by Pedro Pascal, is tasked, twenty years after the spread of the epidemic, with bringing a fourteen-year-old Ellie out of quarantine who appears to be immune to the virus.