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The Last of Us documentary now free in US

If you're one of the millions of fans in love with The Last of Us, developer Naughty Dog has a special behind-the-scenes treat for you: A brand new documentary dedicated to the making of the game - and it's available right now, for free!

Grounded: The Making of The Last of Us is a movie-length documentary from Area 5. It's been available to The Last of Us Season Pass holders for a while, but Sony and Amazon Instant Video have teamed up to make it free for everyone.

...everyone in certain geographical locations, that is. Visitors from Australia, Canada and other regions that are not the United States, are faced with an error message instead of learning more about Joel and Ellie.

We could not process your order because of geographical restrictions on the product which you were attempting to purchase. Please refer to the terms of use for this product to determine the geographical restrictions.

These restrictions are leading to the growing number of one star reviews for the video. With all other ratings bringing in five stars, it seems like this is still one to watch - if you're allowed to.

In the US? Want more from The Last of Us? Add the movie easily to your Amazon video library - or, if you'd prefer, use the PlayStation Amazon App!

If you're somewhere else, you'll have to wait. Naughty Dog has promised:

For those of you outside the US, Grounded will be coming to the PlayStation YouTube channel very soon. We’re working on additional ways for you to view Grounded in its entirety, so be on the lookout for those announcements.

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