The Last of Us' Joel and Ellie Kill Clickers and Norse Monsters In God of War Crossover Mod

A new mod has placed The Last of Us' Joel and Ellie into the world of 2018's God of War on PC, and the results are spectacular.

As reported by Eurogamer, YouTuber OmegaFantasy has not only swapped out the models of God of War's Kratos and Atreus for The Last of Us' Joel and Ellie, but they have also replaced Kratos' Leviathan Axe with a modified pipe more suited for Joel and have turned the Draugrs into Clickers.

Additionally, they have changed The Stranger from the beginning of the game to The Last of Us' David, giving the epic fight in the opening moments of the game a whole new meaning.

Fans are able to download the mod for themselves via OmegaFantasy's Patreon and they can watch the game in action on their YouTube channel. If you want to watch the mod with lines from The Last of Us put in, you can check out Speclizer's video that edits in The Last of Us dialogue.

If The Last of Us isn't for you, OmegaFantasy has also added in other famous characters, including The Simpsons: Hit and Run's Homer, Bart, and Ned.

All of these mods are making the wait for God of War: Ragnarok just a little bit easier. Fortunately, a recent report has revealed we don't have much longer to wait as Sony is said to be planning on releasing the much-anticipated sequel in November 2022.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.


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