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The Last of Us Part 2: Where to find a map of Seattle

The Last Of Us Part Ii Seattle Bank Location
The Last Of Us Part Ii Seattle Bank Location (Image credit: Android Central)

Without any traditional waypoints to guide you, you'd think having a map would come in handy. The Last of Us Part II doesn't have a typical video game map like you'd think, but instead allows players to find a tourist map of Seattle. It shows up early in the game right before you enter the city, and if you happen to miss it in this location, it'll pop up in other areas across the world, giving you multiple opportunities to pick it up.

Where to find the map of Seattle

The Last Of Us Part Ii Map Location

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Right before Ellie gets to Seattle, you'll have an opportunity to hop off of your horse on the highway and go throw an abandoned building on the side of the road. In one of the drawers inside you'll find a map of Seattle.

The Last Of Us Part Ii Seattle Map In Desk

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This map can be used to mark off locations you've been to and completed, but it's fairly useless for the most part. It's an actual tourist map that Ellie just holds up, and it's rudimentary at best. There are a handful of streets crossing through one another, but it's difficult to tell the direction of a particular building relative to your position.

Frankly, the game does a good enough job guiding you where to go just based on the level design.

If you're interested in what we thought of The Last of Us Part 2, you can read our review where we call it an outstanding achievement in storytelling, but one that's sure to be divisive among fans.

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Jennifer Locke
Jennifer Locke

Jennifer Locke is Android Central's Games Editor and has been playing video games nearly her entire life. You can find her posting pictures of her dog and obsessing over PlayStation and Xbox, Star Wars, and other geeky things on Twitter @JenLocke95.