Last of Us Remake: Naughty Dog shows another comparison video

A month before the release of The Last of Us Part 1 the Naughty Dog team now has another clip for the remake Twitter released, which gives us a comparison of what differences between the original and the remake you can expect. Only recently did the makers have a detailed one gameplay video which gave us a look at the upcoming improvements to The Last of Us Part 1.

What is in the clip?

In the new excerpt we now get to see a scene from the adventure in which protagonist Joel rides a horse on the roads overgrown by nature. The footage keeps alternating between the PS4 remaster of the original and the remake released on September 2, 2022 for now only for PS5 will go on sale. In the clip, the differences between the two versions can be clearly seen. So you can look forward to more environmental details and improvements to the light.


But that’s not all of the upgrades available in The Last of Us Part 1 (buy now €152.89) put. A lot has also been done with the resolution. So you can now play the game in native 4K at 30 FPS or in dynamic 4K at 60 FPS gamble. Support for the functions of the DualSense controller and 3D audio are also included in the remake. In addition, were also about 60 accessibility options integrated. We’ve included the new clip below.

The Last of Us Part 1 is also coming to PC

For the first time, the story of Joel and Ellie is also presented on a personal computer be playable. This version is currently in development – but won’t make it in time for the PS5 launch. However, as a Naughty Dog employee recently revealed on Twitter, there is no need to wait too long. Accordingly, the PC implementation already “very soon” coming after the PS5 release.

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