Glasgow’s Clyde Bridge given ‘apocalypse’ makeover

Clyde Bridge in Glasgow given the post-apocalyptic treatment by the makers of The Last Of Us. Picture: Contributed
Clyde Bridge in Glasgow given the post-apocalyptic treatment by the makers of The Last Of Us. Picture: Contributed
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Some of Britain’s most famous landmarks, including Glasgow’s Clyde Bridge, are shown as smouldering ruins in a series of images released to promote an apocalyptic survival game.

Iconic buildings such as Buckingham Palace, the Angel of the North and Battersea Power Station rendered as decaying wrecks by a virus which decimates humanity in The Last Of Us, a Playstation 3 game released on Friday.

Cliffton Bridge, Liverpool’s Albert Docks, Cambridge University and Brighton Pier are also given the doomsday scenario treatment.

• PlayStation 3’s The Last of Us will be out on Friday, June 14. thelastofus.com