The Last of Us is attempting to infect your screens with Google

The Last of Us is attempting to infect your screens with Google ...

The Last of Us series has won tens of thousands of awards across both games, many of whom praised the storytelling and complex characters. Many believed that the games would reach an audience of over five million people until the HBO program premiered.

The Internet as a whole may be credited for its growth. Some people are unaware of the signs of an early infection from the cordyceps fungus on the platform. While looking for information on "The Last of Us," a button with a mushroom will appear at the bottom of the screen. Don't click this unless you want your browser to become infected.

As it has been known to do with big cultural moments in the past, this is a creative way for Alphabet to support the game series and the show that is expanding by the day.

This animation is unable to be loaded by some users, and it isn't clear why. The screengrab above is used in the United States when using the Firefox browser; it's also compatible with most other browsers in the United States as well. It's also compatible with mobile devices, like the cordyceps.

To remove the browser, click the X icon to the left of the mushroom. You may also share the infection on social media, further spreading the cordyceps infection in the world.