The last of us: Is Joel a “villain” or a “hero”? the interpreter Troy Baker talks about it

The second chapter of The Last of Us, praised by the Naughty Dog Team and critics and audiences, is currently being developed in software house studios.

The last of us: Is Joel a "villain" or a "hero"? the interpreter Troy Baker talks about it
The last of us: Is Joel a “villain” or a “hero”? the interpreter Troy Baker talks about it

Despite the restraint and mystery surrounding the production, some interesting details crop up on The Last of Us Part II. In particular, Troy Baker, interpreter of the character of Joel, has published some interesting statements during an interview granted at Manchester Comic-Con Earlier, he discussed the development of The Last of Us 2 and underlined the passion that the authors put into the project.

However, interesting reflections of the actor on the psychology of the character interpreted by him arise. Referring to the first The Last of Us, Troy Baker talked about Joel and his being or not-being as a “hero” or “villain.” The actor rejects a binary approach and has drawn a more complex image: “In The Last Of Us, you assume that Joel is the hero and David the villain, but … everyone is the hero of his own story. I am firmly convinced that David is convinced that he is doing the best for his people, and he is the hero of his story. He focused on Joel and then stated, “I do not think Joel believes he’s a hero, so if he’s inclined to something, that’s why it can claim to have been on both fronts.” I’m waiting for that, more Find out about the sequel, maybe on a louder state of affairs, what do you think, what’s your opinion?

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