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Video: See Some Of The Hidden Secrets Of ‘The Last Of Us’
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YouTube user Shesez is back with another installment of Boundary Break, a series which detaches the camera from where it’s mean to be in video games and goes off exploring the areas you’re not supposed to see, revealing some fun hidden secrets. You can find the video they did on BioShock right here if you missed it.

For this video the game being explored is Naughty Dog’s instant classic, The Last of Us. The video offers fans a peek at what’s beyond the menu window, what’s going on around town during that intense prologue sequence, and yes, a closer look at the giraffes among other things.

Continue below to give the video a watch.

You can find many more Boundary Break videos by Shesez over at his YouTube channel if interested.

You can also find much more The Last of Us goodies right here at Geeks of Doom, and don’t miss the reveal trailer for The Last of Us Part II if you missed it.

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