The PlayStation Experience was filled with many memorable moments, but none were as memorable as the brand new trailer for Naughty Dog's "The Last of Us Part 2", the direct sequel to the award-winning 2013 survival horror game. For months, fans have been speculating that Naughty Dog had been hinting towards a sequel based on an Easter Egg found in the epilogue of "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End".

The said Easter Egg comes in the form of a poster that can be found in the room of Cassie Drake, the daughter of Nathan Drake. The poster features a pregnant woman wearing a gas mask with the words "The Last of Us: American Daughters" written on it. Fans speculated that the woman on the poster was Ellie and her obvious baby bump was a hint on what kind of story the sequel was aiming for.

According to a report by Kotaku, the theme for the sequel will revolve around hate which is in contrast to the first game, which was more about the love between Joel and Ellie. During a panel discussion at the recent PSX event, the game's director Neil Druckmann stated that Ellie will be the main protagonist of the sequel. Ellie is now 19 and surviving in a post-apocalyptic world have finally taken a huge toll on her.

The trailer played at PSX shows Ellie playing the guitar in a room with her right hand covered in scratches and scrapes. Blood can also be seen trickling down her cheek as she sings along to Shawn James' "Over the Valley." Joel can be seen entering the room a little bit later on and a dead body is shown lying on the floor in front of Ellie. They have a brief conversation with Ellie stating that she is going to "find and kill every last one of them."

The game is still in its early stages, so there is no other info available regarding who Ellie is referring to. For now, the only things that have been confirmed about the game is that Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson will return to provide the voices for Joel and Ellie respectively. Gustavo Santaolalla will also be returning to compose the musical score for the sequel. According to Gamespot, the director of the original game, Bruce Straley, will not be returning for the sequel as he takes a well-deserved break.

The original game boasted some pretty incredible looking visuals when it was released for the PlayStation 3 back in 2013. If "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" is any indication, then fans can expect the sequel to be a pure visual treat. Other trailers shown by Naughty Dog during the event include a standalone DLC for Uncharted 4 called "Uncharted: The Lost Legacy" and a remaster of the original "Crash Bandicoot" trilogy.