The Last of Us is fast becoming one of the most popular TV shows in recent times. With just two episodes in, the series has scored favorably with fans and critics alike.

Seeing the show’s popularity, Google has decided to join in the fun by means of a Google Search easter egg. Typing in and searching for The Last of Us on Google.com, Chrome, and the Google Search app on desktop or mobile triggers the fungal growth via a mushroom that will appear on the screen. Every time you tap or click on the said mushroom will cause the fungal infection to spread until it covers the whole screen.

As you may well know, the cordyceps brain infection is the cause of the zombie outbreak on the show, which is based on a real-world fungus that infects insects.

The Last of Us easter egg

The easter egg is a fun way for Google to acknowledge the show’s massive success. You can watch The Last of Us on HBO Max and HBO GO.

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The Last of Us is a television series adaptation of the popular video game of the same name, developed by HBO and written and executive produced by Craig Mazin of the critically acclaimed HBO series Chernobyl.

The series takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where a fungus (cordyceps brain infection) has wiped out most of humanity. The story follows Joel and Ellie, two survivors who journey across the US in an attempt to survive and find a cure for the fungus. The series so far has garnered high scores on Rotten Tomatoes and critical acclaim for its faithfulness to the source material.

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