The Last of Us Part 1 vs Remastered: the weight of the remake doubles the remastering

Near the ninth anniversary of The Last of Us, the Naughty Dog team has confirmed the rumors related to a remake of the first adventure of Ellie and Joel.

The exclusive Sony of the PlayStation 3 era is thus preparing to transform itself into The Last of Us: Part 1a remake that aims to go beyond the work already done on the occasion of the publication of The Last of Us: Remastered. An intention that was already evident with the first dedicated video comparisons, but which is now also confirmed by the memory space necessary for the installation of the title.

The editorial staff of Twisted Voxel in fact confirms that the weight of The Last of Us: Part 1 – excluding any Day One patches – will be around 79 GB approx. A respectable value, especially when compared to that of the remastered version of the game Naughty Dog. In its original version, therefore devoid of any update, The Last of Us: Remastered in fact it proposed a weight equal to 40.55 GB. To further contextualize the information, we remind you that the installation on Day One of The Last of Us: Part 2 required approximately 73 GB.

We are therefore talking about a net increase, which finds its raison d’etre in the characteristics of The Last of Us: Part 1, which strongly rewrites the aesthetic and playful sector of the first. The Last of Us.

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