The Last of Us Part 3 Cast and Details Allegedly Leak Online

Details on The Last of Us 3 Part 3 has allegedly leaked online from one leaker, who claims the series will introduce a lot of new characters into the franchise.

Disclaimer – The leaker in question, DanielRPK has had a shaky track record when it comes to leaks. In fact, he’s mostly known for his leaks in the film industy and as far as we can tell hasn’t dived into video games, so take this informaion with a pinch of salt.

DanielRPK has previously made claims about The Last of Us franchise, stating in May that “The Last of Us Part 3 is currently being developed.” Whilst it’s agreed by most that Naughty Dog is almost certainly developing a new mainline The Last of Us title, so far no reputable leakers in the video game industry, or the developers, have concretely said its in development.

According to Daniel, Naughty Dog is purportedly looking to cast multiple roles for the game and are for the following characters:

  • Lucas – who is an “affable” character “but develops a relationship with another young scavenger and will have a turn to show his dark side.”
  • Mason – a “former soldier” who must “choose between his loyalty” to other characters in the group when “Val gets put in charge.”
  • Val – who is alleged to be the leader of this group
  • Ezra – an antagonist that seeks to take leadership from Val
  • Gracis – a female character said to be aged between 18-25

The original The Last of Us, released in 2013 for the PlayStation 3 and later remastered for the PlayStation 4 sold over 20 million copies worldwide. Its sequel, The Last of Us Part II, released in 2020 for the PlayStation 4, achieved record-breaking sales by selling more than 4 million copies in its opening weekend alone. The series has continued to be a commercial success, with the HBO TV series adaptation staring Pedro Pascal as Joel and Bella Ramsey as Ellie confirmed for a second season.

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