While The Last of Us Part I has moments that can be described as cruel, there is one that is a real insult to friendship and respect… and on top of your treason with a trophy! Then I tell you how you can get it.

leave Ellie hanging at The Last of Us Part I


The relationship between Joel and Ellie has suffered many ups and downs along The Last of us part I and The Last of Us Part II. They have had very good moments with authentic love-daughter affection and very bad moments, so much that the end could be seen.

The hanging trophy represents one of those ugly that Joel can make to Ellie at a time of her adventure. After fleeing from Pittsburgh, to overcome the sewers and suburbs, you arrive at the hydroelectric dam , where the Camp of Tommy (Joel’s brother) is located.

Before arriving, you must overcome certain obstacles and in one of them is where you should get this trophy. You have to take Ellie in a wooden pallet on the river so that she turns a dam of the dam and so Joel can pass.

When you reach the other extreme, Ellie raises her hand so that the clashes while she sayswork in team_. To get the hanging trophy you have to leave it lying. Do not show him the five. The trophy will jump and Ellie will replicateAre you serious about me hung? Very well, understood… I just had to collide it. It doesn’t wear five seconds.

Do not hit the five to a friend is something very ugly, and more to Ellie! It is the price you must pay to get this trophy and the platinum of the game. This is the strangest trophy of the game and probably hides a story. In any case, you have taken another step on your way to 100%.

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