While we have been taking some amazing pictures with The Last of Us Remastered's Photo Mode, this fan-made video shows just how stunning and beautiful the game really is.

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The Last of Us' director and writer, Neil Druckmann, recently tweeted the following fan-made video. While custom videos using in-game content have been done thousands of times on YouTube, this video is unique because it is entirely comprised of footage from The Last of Us Remastered's Photo Mode. Photo Mode allows you to pause the action anytime during The Last of Us by pushing in L3, letting you manipulate the camera, shades, filters, etc. in order to get your camera shots perfect. What this user did was slowly move the camera during these amazing scenes to make these moments become immortalized. Factor in the PS4's capacity for 1080p and 60 frames per second, and each of these moving stills look absolutely gorgeous. Gustavo Santaolalla's amazing score is the perfect fit for this video.

The ending shot of this trailer brings us to an amazing realization -- the final sequences of Joel carrying Ellie perfectly reflect the game's opening's parts with Joel carrying his daughter through the chaotic streets of Austin, Texas.

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