A man in a khaki jacket sits forlornly in a dilapidated room.

Welp, the first episode of HBO’s adaptation of The Last of Us is out and we’re floored.

Chernobyl director Craig Mazin and The Last of Us creator Neil Druckmann impressed critics with the series debut on Sunday night, and there’s plenty more survivalist doom where that came from.

In a trailer for what to expect from The Last of Us in the coming weeks, you’ll see protagonists Joel (Pedro Pascal), Ellie (Bella Ramsey), and Tess (Anna Torv) journeying through an unrelenting post-apocalyptic America, across a landscape of crumbling overgrown cities and dark basements, trying valiantly to avoid the monstrous Infected victims of the Cordyceps fungus — yes, that includes the dreaded Clickers.

You’ll also get a glimpse of Nick Offerman and Murray Bartlett as Bill and Frank, and Melanie Lynskey as Kathleen, which is just straight-up exciting casting in this bleak, threatening world. So, does The Last of Us Season 1 cover the entire first game? Here’s what we know.

The Last of Us is now streaming on HBO Max with new episodes airing weekly on HBO.