In the second part of The Last of Us, the main characters will travel through dilapidated Seattle, where Ellie in the fourth chapter of the story can visit and fight in the local center with arcade machines Gameworks. Alas, it is now known that the center is closing in real life, as was initially reported with great sadness by local artist and writer Cory Lewis. Apparently, its all about the financial difficulties and debts of the company.
GameWorks is closing, apparently. This is the day Ive dreaded for years.
Seattle about to lose significant cool points pic. twitter.
com/l6nxd7lez6— c o r e y y ✦ (@coastalcoreyyy) December 22, 2021And, of course, many of those who expressed their regrets for this reacted to a tweet post.
Locals and players loved the GameWorks Seattle branch very much. And now it will be possible to see the dark shadow of the past greatness, if the plans are implemented, only in virtual reality, including in The Last of Us: Part II.
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